If you don't fashion yourself as a master designer and don't have much in the way of hands on design experience, it's still possible to decorate your home with pre-made curtains. While it would be nice to design your own window treatments, making your own curtains is likely to be more trouble than it's worth, particularly if you have to struggle through the entire process due to a lack of experience. Not only can these curtains be purchased for much less than custom curtain options, but they also look quite professional. Another great thing about buying pre-fabricated curtains is that they are available in so many different styles and material options. Of course, there are some things you should know about buying curtains before just heading down to your local home improvement retailer.
The color of your curtain is one of, if not the most important factor in selecting a kitchen curtain. Consider the color of the wall and the other kitchen fittings. Make sure the color is pleasing but impacts the room in a way that makes it seem larger. Make sure you try a window to test before selecting your color.
For instance, one thing you can do is try out a spring window topper design. To do this, purchase a couple of yards of a spring season fabric that you love. Stitch a rod pocket that is about an inch in thickness across the top of it. You'll have to make sure there's enough room between the material and the rod to make room for some creative gathering.
Curtain Monday , April 16th , 2018 - 20:24:23 PM
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