Curtain. Sunday , February 11th , 2018 - 22:04:10 PM
Transparency Matters - Always consider the amount of light that a particular set of draperies will let in – and how various combinations of draperies might work well together. Sheer Curtains, for instance, can be very effective at letting in light. They can also be modulated by adding a set of Signature Blackout Velvet Curtains. Mixing and matching various drapery openings can often give you just the right quality of light for every occasion.
Functionality: Both blinds and curtains have the same functionality behind them, which is light control and privacy. Curtains block are known to shut out light, as well as stop those walking by from peering through your home. Curtains add an extra dimension as they are decorative, which can allow you to shine a controlled amount of light and still block out the view from the outside. Whether you choose thick curtains, or lightweight, they can all be adjusted to your needs, but are no longer beneficial once they are wide open. Sheer curtains are normally combined in order to get the benefits once curtains are closed and open.
Back to that question: how do you know whether to pick visible or invisible? Let's ask another question first: what kind of window coverings are you using? Like we said, some curtains require the invisible rod called a traverse rod. Pleated drapes are made to attach to hooks that hang from this curtain rod and open-and-close by pulling the cord hanging down one side. So if you've got pleated draperies you've already got your answer: use the traverse curtain rod.
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