By Hettie Boyer. Curtains. Published at Tuesday, April 02nd, 2019 - 03:18:44 AM.
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.”
Get your curtains right with a home consultation. Some companies, like Macy’s, will send a consultant to your home to help you decide on colors, textures and finishes that blend perfectly with your design — saving you a few trips to the store.
Reviewers on Target’s site have given the liner 4.25 stars out of five. One shopper wrote: “A little shorter than liners I’ve had in the past but water never escapes and does the job. Probably the best liners I’ve ever had. Doesn’t collect mold like liners I’ve had in my shower. Not flimsy at all, probably one of the thickest ones I’ve had. Highly recommend. Can’t beat the price either.”
This liner rates 4.4 stars from buyers on Overstock’s site. Clearly, the organizational function of the pockets was a winner with one buyer, “This is the best-organized shower curtain. I have purchased it before and I love how there are pockets to put all your shampoo and conditioner in. You can put razors up from little kids so they do not cut themselves. Also, the bathtub is so easy to clean with everything in the pockets.”
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