Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 11:39:08 AM. Curtain. By Capucina Chauveau.
If you do prefer your curtains to provide heat insulation and absorb the light at the same time, then perhaps you might be interested in thicker fabrics. Often times, specialists in the field use uncoated fabrics for the creation of curtains. They represent a popular choice among many homeowners. They block sunlight but the visibility through the curtain is not completely reduced. This can only be achieved by purchasing curtains made from coated fabrics. A good option refers to lined curtains; these are top of the line when it comes to the absorption of light and insulation. Made from both uncoated and coated fabrics, these curtains will surely last and provide you with everything needed. Apart from the properties already presented, curtains can also act as noise stoppers and offer an increased level of protection against dust and/or moisture.
The history of curtains goes right back to the 1700's when they were made out of cotton wool or silk, silk being the most expensive and exquisite. In the middle ages fabric was very expensive so only the very rich or upper classes would have them. It wasn't until the industrial era and the development of the textile trade that made fabric prices more affordable to most people. Once the glass industry was in full swing and homes were installed with glass windows, this again helped with the textile industry and brought the prices of curtains down.
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