You should also pay attention to where the windows are located. Windows on the north and east sides of your home will naturally get less sunlight, and windows on the south and west sides get most of the sun. You need to determine how much heat and light you want in your home, and choose drapes or curtains that will support that idea. You may want to choose a heavier drape that can be opened to let in the winter sun, and closed to the heat of the sun in summer.
No I have been there done it and have the evidence hanging in my own home. I have also written up full simple step by step instructions with photos. So you can repeat it yourself with no big expenses. Most people have the tools they need to make these around their homes already. If you need anything it won't cost you much, or you can borrow it from family or neighbors.
For instance, one thing you can do is try out a spring window topper design. To do this, purchase a couple of yards of a spring season fabric that you love. Stitch a rod pocket that is about an inch in thickness across the top of it. You'll have to make sure there's enough room between the material and the rod to make room for some creative gathering.
Curtain Thursday , November 08th , 2018 - 00:57:20 AM
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