By Engleberta Heinrich. Bedroom. Published at Friday, September 01st, 2017 - 17:10:40 PM.
Curtains (or other window treatments) are like the shoes of a space‐they complete the space as well as either add a flourish of undeniable manner in⁃conjunction with taste or they deaden everything else good. There are some tricks of the commerce, some dos also do not if you shall, about how to hang curtains for optimum shape together with function.
How to Hang Curtains for Maximizing Light
Curtains are essential for managing the quantity of natural illumination in a room. These days, trends slant toward less curtain as well as more window. One process to attain a good equilibrium is to install curtains with light⁃filtering choices. In this living area, for example, a dual curtain rod allows for sieving light. Both curtains could be drawn back to permit maximum natural light. A sheer first curtain layer could be left above the window to strainer out harsh daylight while still maintaining natural light together with a (somewhat blurred) view.
Curtains are important for providing privacy, particularly at night when the lights inside your home could put you in a rather fishbowl⁃esque position from the perspective of the darkened outside. Hang curtains in such a way that they are easily maneuvered each night to be closed for privacy ‐ no one wants to spend 15 minutes wrestling with a stubborn curtain; eventually, you just would not close it at all, also your privacy is then nonexistent. This smaller side window that flanks the living area's larger picture window are in awkward⁃to⁃reach spaces, so the curtains themselves could be let down from their daytime hooks with the flick of a finger. This is an excellent way to maintain privacy.
Tip for Maintaining Privacy: Make sure your curtains are easily accessible and easy to close. Even something as little as a narrow walkway by the window so you could tug the curtains closed apiece evening would create a big divergence in maintaining your privacy. As well as, a good rule of thumb is to use curtain fabric that is about twice as wide as the window it's covering. When this is not feasible (like in this living area, where going bulky on the curtains will contravene on at least one window's view), use as much fabric as you could to adequately and comfortably shelter the window when closed.
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