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Adding window treatments to your room has an undeniably stylish way of completing the look of your decor. A window without curtains is kind of like eyes without brows! The look is simply unfinished. Not only do curtain panels frame your window, add colour, texture and interest, they also deliver privacy and control light.
When it comes to choosing aweight of fabric for your curtain panels, think about the job they’re going to do for you. Is it privacy you need, but still want light to enter your room? Go for a panel made from a sheer or lightweight fabric. The thicker the fabric, the more light blocking ability they have. Pick up some curtain panelswith thermal qualities if you want to cut energy consumption costs. They’ll help you keep drafts out in the winter and the sun’s heat out in the summer.
Materials come in a huge variety of fabrications. From sheer voile-like panels to linen-cotton blends to heavy velvet and everything in between, there’s something to suit the decor of any room. Anything goes, really!
Picking a colour should be a fun exercise and a way for you to express your creativity. Options include every colour of the rainbow and every shades ranging from the whitest white to the blackest black. If your room is neutral, you can add a pop of colour or even a bold pattern by choosing curtain panelswith bright hues and prints. Or, if you want to keep things monochromatic, try a tonal print in a shade like grey, white, cream or taupe. For a room that already has a lot going on colour-wise, a pale shade can help keep your decor in check.
Many of our curtain panelsfeature metal grommets as an alternative to more traditional rod pockets. Grommets have a trendy look and help curtain panelsopen and close easily on a curtain rod. Because the rod is visible when used with a grommet panel, it’s best to opt for a decorative curtain rod.
Other curtains we sell feature rod pockets with invisible back tabs. The most versatile curtain style, it features a sewn-in rod pocket and invisible tabs to give you three options for hanging. You can slip a rod through the pocket, through the back tabs or clipa curtain to a rod with clip-rings.
We’ve got the variety and you’ve got the inspiration. All you need to do now is find your favourite curtain panels and get them hung up for great style.
What are the various drop effects for curtains?
- The floating style: Let your curtains hang a maximum of 1” above the floor.
- The kissing style: Have your curtains barely make contact with the ground.
- The puddle style: Add drama to your space by letting the curtains gently pool on the floor.