By Fawnia Rey. Curtains. Published at Monday, March 18th, 2019 - 01:43:01 AM.
Some fabrics can help keep out the cold. Many hotels use suede, velvet, tapestry or tweed since their weight helps block light and keep heat in. Still, nearly any fabric can be interlined with bump, a thick, insulating felt material. And interlining — a piece of fabric slipped between the lining and the face fabric — can also help prolong the life of the curtains.
Unless you’re designing a bedroom, you probably don’t need blackout shades. Instead, pick sheer fabrics that let the light in and create a natural breezy look. Sheer Belgian linen is great to achieve this look.
On JC Penny’s website, 100% of the reviewers would recommend buying this shower curtain liner. Many expressed their pleasure that the fabric is not just water repellent but also nearly waterproof.
Of the more than 1,300 reviews on Amazon, N&Y Home Shower Curtain Liners have an average of 4.5 stars. One buyer wrote, “Great! Does just what it says. Water beads up on it and it dries quickly. We have a bathroom that doesn’t get much air circulation if any, and we’ve gone through a few plastic liners because they mold so fast. I shake this out after the shower and turn the fan on. It’s dry within an hour or so. Washes well too. Great investment!”
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