Fabric is an essential part of choosing curtains, as the material will determine how well the curtains are functioning and how well they will hold up over time.
And note that over time, sunlight can fade fabrics. If the space in-home or office is getting a lot of light, avoiding bright colours is wise, because they appear to fade faster. Various headings on the curtain establish distinctive looks. A pencil pleat is the most common style but a pinched pleat works well for a more detailed formal finish. Instead, try a cottage pleat or tie-tops for an informal effect.
Wisely select fabrics – cotton and linen are of good quality and fit the majority of rooms. Heavyweight velvets, such as bedrooms or living areas, have an opulent look and match period homes and certain spaces. Evite the use of silk in humid conditions because it can rot.
When choosing a patterned fabric, make sure that the curtains are both open and closed and will look good. Also bear in mind that strong colors, particularly in a bright south-facing space, will fade in the sun.
The use of stylish tie-backs to match and add a pelmet can give your windows a more traditional look. Also calculate the amount of material needed for curtains with care, using a measure of steel tape. Allow enough fabric to overlap slightly when closed and be the right length for your scheme-curtains that sit in line with the floor may look more modern and tidy, but you may prefer a longer, 'pooled' effect.
Choose a curtain rod, clip, or tracking system that fits your home or office style. Also, check out the latest collections of Window curtain rods
to get better ideas.