Published at Tuesday, July 17th, 2018 - 08:15:00 AM. Curtain. By Ambra Gaudin.
You should first consider the size of the room you're decorating. Larger rooms deserve thicker drapes that use more saturated colors. Smaller rooms, on the other hand, need to feel spacious and therefore, require thinner curtain fabric with smoother texture, paired with lighter colors. Of course, this may or may not apply to all households. Spacious, but wooden rooms look better with lighter shades, since the wood's varnish coating already gives the room its warm hue. Modern rooms nowadays employ a one-to-two color scheme, thereby making stand-out home accessories imperative. Curtains for these minimalist design homes need to have an ambient color - anywhere between the focal point of orange, brown and maroon. But there cases wherein there is no need for curtains, especially if beyond the windows is a spectacular view of the sea or an empowering view of the city.
The use of curtains remains widely popular for decorative and practical purposes. The basic definition of a curtain is simply a piece of material suspended from above used as a covering or screen that is often one of a pair. The more practical uses of curtains include blocking any type of light, blocking drafts around windows or doors, or blocking water. There is also a stage curtain that goes up when a show begins and this covers the stage during breaks or at the ending of a show. Many people spend a great deal of time to choose curtains that serve either practical and decorative purposes or decorative purposes alone.
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