The windows in your home are your connection to the outside world, and how you choose to dress them speaks volumes about your interior design style. Leaving them uncovered is a sleek, modern look for those who live in wooded or isolated areas. If curtains are too fussy for your minimalist furnishings and blinds are too blah for your modern taste, plenty of alternatives are available.
Swing arm curtains are one of the more unique window treatment ideas, and they haven’t seen much use in the United States in recent years. They require a special hinged curtain rod that allows you to move the curtain to stand out at a 90-degree angle from the window. Swing arm curtains are a brilliant and surprisingly inexpensive solution for bedrooms where you want to be able to block light easily without having to worry about ruining a carefully pleated or artfully scrunched curtain fabric with daily adjustments.
But in other case the pelmet board is completely decorated with the curtain fabric and with swags and tails of the same fabric. The number of swags vary and depends upon the size of the window or where the pelmet curtain is being used. Even the frills and pleats are also given. To further decorate the curtain pelmets the lower end of the frills are then embellished with braids, beads or fringes.
They also make it really easy to darken up your room for relaxing, or to let in the Sun if you feel like enjoying the daylight. There are several different types of shades you can choose from including the Roman shades, cellular shades, honeycomb shades, etc. You can also just get those simple plain sunshades which just keep the sunlight out. Blinds are also making a rise in popularity these days. The nice thing about them is the fact that you can get can customize them, they are quite affordable, and they can be fitted to pretty much any window size. You have the choice of both vertical and horizontal blinds.
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