Published at Sunday, September 23rd, 2018 - 21:30:36 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.
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.
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