Curtain Or Drapery Designs & Fabrics - Suede, Tweed, Sheer Cotton Or Velvet
Curtains are the delicate entryway for the breeze, sunlight and calm moonlight. These royal, trendy and stylish drapes for the window openings, pampers the windows and the interiors as well. But, set aside style considerations for a moment, as function comes first and will also limit your curtain choices, in a good way!
If you are frozen, when it comes to dealing with your windows? Then this quick primer will give you an idea about, how to find the right treatments for every spot in your home.
Here are a few tips and tricks listed, which will help you to drape the windows in style.
Drape In Elegance If you are OKAY with light filtering through, or if your curtains are simply meant for decorative purpose, then unlined fabrics will work here.
The most important fact, is to consider the mood of the room. For a formal space like a living, you may try out heavy silk or velvet for a rich look. And if in case you are looking out for a more practical option, include silky rayon blends and cotton sateen.
Role Of Colors And Patterns
You have to decide, whether you want the curtains to blend with the decor or to pop. For blending, pick curtains that are the same tone as the wall, but a few shades darker, or choose a soft color for the curtains that matches any of the soft furnishing, like the area rug. Even using bold color will add that "wow" effect.
Also, you may try to match the curtains with the interior lighting and fixtures
, to create a picture perfect look.
If you have patterned furniture or a very elaborate rug, stick with solid curtains. Whereas, if you have solid-color furniture or bedding, consider adding patterned curtains.
For an ultra fine hit of style and energy, go for a small, neutral print, like the polka dot designs
or paisley. That is, by the availability of various styles and patterns, you can add a lot to your space!
Ways To Drape
Dress your window openings in various ways like formal, contemporary, cottage, country or in traditional style to enhance the beauty of the interior’s.
Mix and match different fabrics and colors, to create an amazing focal point. Heavyweight fabrics, such as suede, denim, tapestry, tweed and velvet, are used often in commercial spaces, such as those found in hotels, but they are good in home as well.
There are many different styles and designs for window treatments, but adding numerous layers truly makes a huge impact in a room.
Therefore, no matter whether you are looking out for a perfect ambiance, privacy or drama, imagine your window as a piece of artwork and adorn the blank canvas to give the space a well draped, complete look.
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