Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 12:30:34 PM. Curtain. By Deniece Charbonnier.
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.
More than just a simple piece of cloth, curtains today are used as beautiful window treatments. They not only prevent sunlight and protect against drafts, but they also improve the appearance of a room and add a special touch to its design. Used since the ancient of times, curtains have their very own history, with various fabrics and patterns invented all over the world. Generally speaking, we prefer to have curtains on our windows in order to sleep better at night, for privacy reasons and also due to their insulation qualities.
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