What Kind Of Home Curtains Do You Want?


    The style of the curtain is adapted to the shape of […]

    The style of the curtain is adapted to the shape of the window. If the window is floor-to-ceiling, you might as well choose a drop-down gauze curtain, with an art rail on the top, which is simple and yet has a sense of escaping. When the wind blows, a curtain will fly. Curtain styles for different functions should also be different. Curtains in the living room can be complex and decorative, while the bedroom is best for easy opening and closing and good privacy. Curtains such as kitchens, toilets, etc. need to be simple and practical, easy to remove and wash. Here we can determine our home curtain fabrics and styles.

    We know that curtains come in many types of designs. These styles are inextricably linked with interior design styles. Therefore, the choice of curtains, the design style is the first requirement. That is to say, all the factors of curtains must first be matched with the style of the interior.

    From the functional requirements described in a section, you need to choose the thickness of the curtains on the basis of the design style. Generally speaking, there are two methods: using a thicker fabric and using a thicker fabric with layers of tulle curtains inside. As for which scheme to adopt, it needs to consider the actual situation. For example, some design styles do not allow the existence of tulle curtains.

    There are many choices of fabrics used for curtains. The following is a brief introduction to the performance characteristics of the fabrics:

  1. Light, thin transparent or translucent fabrics, such as cotton, polyester-cotton blended fabrics, glass yarns, fine mesh fabrics, voiles, etc.
  2. Medium-thickness opaque fabrics, such as fancy tissue cotton, nylon and its blends. Scrims: Slippery fabrics, such as buffed chintz, buffed cotton, antique satin, silk, and red silk.