By Fanette Masse. Curtains. Published at Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 - 20:16:07 PM.
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.
While this shower curtain liner is not on the cutting edge of fashion, Target’s Room Essentials Solid Super Soft PEVA Shower Liner is an excellent buy for anyone on a budget. The 71-by-70-inch liner offers features that you probably won’t find in other lower-cost liners.
When measuring the width of your window, be sure to add four to eight inches on both sides and double the total number to ensure curtain fullness. ”Then you won’t block a lot of window glass when the curtains are open, and they won’t get in the way,” says Lawrence.
Lana Lawrence, who is vice president of Anthony Lawrence-Belfair curtain fabricators and who works with designers like Alexa Hampton and Katie Ridder, suggests holding fabrics up to a window, even in a fabric showroom. ”Pleat it like an accordion at the top and let it drape,” she says. ”If it starts to flare like a piece of crinoline, then it’s not going to fall nicely on the window.”
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