Published at Sunday, January 06th, 2019 - 16:00:20 PM. Curtain. By Astrid Wallmann.
Eyelet heading curtains have an even number of metal rimmed eyelets regularly spaced across the width of the curtains. The spaces between the edges of the first/last eyelet and the edge of the curtain are generally half of that of subsequent eyelets. There should be a gap or around 4cm between the inner edge at the top of the eyelet and the top edge of the curtain. Eyelets are available in a choice of colours and sizes. The curtain is threaded onto a suitable pole, concertina fashion, with the edges of the curtain facing the wall. This ensures that the lining is not visible when the curtains are hanging. The even eyelet spacing gives equal folds of fabric in front and behind the pole.
These come with a variety of patterns, both simple and intricate, that look great when placed over a solid colored curtain. Sizes range from 36 inches to 90 inches and are excellent for creating a more calming atmosphere in a room. The sheer quality of these curtains can easily add a bit of elegance to a bland room. Voile Swags- This style of curtain is more for dressing up a window, instead of trying to achieve privacy. There isn’t really a beginning or an end to this type of curtain. One part of the curtain is gathered for the curtain rod to go through and the rest forms a gentle curve as the curtain is fed onto the curtain rod. One panel will usually cover up to 30 inches of window width and the longest part of the curve will hang down about 26 inches.
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