Audra Odom. Curtain. November 09th , 2017.
In addition to money and time savings, you will gain a valuable asset with advice and insight on curtain and blind fitting who can help you decide on the right thing to do if there are challenges with the project. They are well aware of the different brands and styles of curtains and blinds available and if you are dithering between one or the other, your Myfitter expert will be able to offer guidance on points you might not know anything about in order to help you make a decision that you will live with for some time to come.
Blinds are commonly found in businesses and most commercial based properties. Blinds are known to look a little more professional and lower maintenance compared to curtains. Curtains can often be a lot of money, whereas blinds tend to be more affordable, which won't have the same royal appearance as curtains, but are completely customisable like curtains. Blinds can add the same décor affect to your home, but your window treatments will no longer be the focal point, rather than subtly blends into your home. Available in a host of different colours, shapes, materials and styles, it is important to get the right choice for your window blinds.
Here are some guiding design principles that can assist you in selecting the right drapes for your beautiful home: Harmony and Unity - In general, you can achieve a better result if you choose curtains that can bring a sense of unity and harmony to the room in question. This is often a function of taking the time to recognize the architectural style with which you are working and then trying to make the most of it – as opposed to covering it over or just pretending it isn’t there. You can also harmonize your surroundings by choosing colors that are already a part of the room’s decor, especially those used in accent pillows. Also, crisp folds tend to be more pleasing to the eye than excessive draping.
Designing with Curtains: It’s one thing to mix and match styles of drapes until you feel as though you have a selection that will work more or less OK with a specific room or area—and quite another to make conscious design choices along the way that result in a more cohesive effect.
Now consider what kind of curtain or drape you'll be hanging. Will it be light and billowy, heavy and insulating or something in between? You guessed it: the weight of the coverings will be instrumental in choosing your rod. Maybe you want a layered look, so you'll be considering double or triple rods.
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