Published at Sunday, September 23rd, 2018 - 20:40:33 PM. Curtain. By Astrid Wallmann.
When decorating it is a accepted detail that silk curtains offer a luxurious and stylish style to your decor. Traditionally silk curtains have been seen as a sign of riches and prosperity. In modern times silk is still highly considered in the textiles industry, actually so much so that some embroidered real silk curtains are priced well over a few thousand pounds. In light of its exquisiteness and cost of real silk, curtain designer have invented with a textile made from polyester named as ’faux silk’. At present in real world there is no legitimate substitute for natural silk, as the finer fascination for it cannot be altered by machinery, but actually there is nothing that has been seen close to it than the latest faux silk curtains we have found.
Windows of these shapes and sizes are difficult for curtains to hang. You may use the usual curtains you have and pay no heed to the shape of the window. Aside from this, there are available rods on the market that matches you window. You can also create an illusion through hanging fabric made from lace so that the unusual size of the window is covered. With regards to size, curtains are not really required for smaller windows. Instead of curtains, intricate borders around the window will do the magic. It is easier to procure curtains for windows that are longer because most manufacturers create such type of curtains. Windows that are taller and very wide need side panels and fabric on each side over the wall.
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