So can’t afford a wall as a room divider, try a curtain. Double glazing out of your reach for a drafty front door, think curtain.
People usually see curtains as a traditional window covering, often used to add warmth and texture to a room. However, curtain fabrics can be used across your home to serve a variety of other decorating needs, adding a special touch to unique spaces.
Casey Ho, decorating expert, at Curtains.com has shared with me her top five fabric tips for alternative decorating, and I liked them so much, I am sharing them with you.
“A princess bed is every little girl’s dream. Canopy beds not only create imaginative spaces for children, and private dens for teens but can also transform traditional master bedrooms. Net curtains can serve as elegant …
My tab top curtains were annoying with the sun streaming in early morning. The curtains weren’t lined so I needed a solution to reduce the amount of light coming in.
As they aren’t normal hook and eye curtains, I couldn’t buy those useful linings that just hook easily onto the curtain rail.
I wanted to save time and money, so skipped the unstittched black out lining, that you can buy by the meter. Instead I:
1. Measured my existing curtains 2. Bought some pre-hemmed blackout linings to fit normal curtains 3. Pinned the linings to the curtains, ensuring that any access fabric was at the tab top end of the curtain 4. Sewed the linings on following the existing stitching lines at the top of the curtains 5. Cut off any extra fabric 6. Hung …