Solid Color Thermal Lining Total Blackout Curtains - Grommet - 2 Panels

$24.99 – $53.99

About this item TOTAL BLACKOUT? It's more than comfort! It's the most easy and economic way to recreate a completely dark indoor, day and night, without spending much! We made...

Silver Wave Line with Dots Pattern Thermal Insulated Blackout Curtains - Rod Pocket - 2 Panels

$31.99 – $47.99

About this item A beautiful pair of drapes designed for the modern home with silky fabric that is smooth to the touch and highly functional. Blackout, energy-saving, and noise reducing...

Solid Color Faux Linen Thermal Insulated Total Blackout Curtains - Grommet - 2 Panels

$28.99 – $57.99

About this item It's 9:00 am, the bright sun is shinning but you still in the bed? Experience the total blackout curtains that blocks out ALL lights, day or night!...

Solid Color Thermal Insulated Blackout Curtains - Rod Pocket - 2 Panels

$23.99 – $32.99

About this item At Deconovo, curtain making is an art. We make everything in-house including weaving fabric, making accessories, and even printing the packaging. That is how we are able...

Solid Color Blackout Curtains - Rod Pocket - 2 Panels

$21.99 – $51.99

About this item At Deconovo, curtain making is an art. We make everything in-house including weaving fabric, making accessories, and even printing the packaging. That is how we are able...

Silver Wave Line with Dots Blackout Curtain - Grommet - 2 Panels

$24.99 – $38.99

About this item Modern and beautiful drape designed with a silver foil printed line and dots pattern and a high-quality polyester fabric that is silky and smooth to the touch...

Linen Look Wave Pattern Semi Sheer Curtains - Grommet - 2 Panels

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Wave Line with Dots Gold Foil Print Blackout Curtains - Grommet - 2 Panels

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About this item [Basic Information] 100% polyester. Each package contains 2 panels. The size indicated in the title is for each panel [Beautiful Design] Beautiful silky like fabric that is...

Solid Color Total Blackout Curtains - Faux Linen - Grommet - 2 Panels

$31.99 – $55.99

[Material] Thick and soft faux linen 100% blackout material. Each package includes 2 curtains. The size indicated is for each panel [Thermal] With its special back layer, it will help...

Solid Color Thermal Insulated Blackout Door Curtain - Rod Pocket - 1 Panel

$13.99 – $21.99

About this item Get your door a charming look that comes with a full set of functionality. Blackout, semi-thermals, and noise reducing; all in an affordable fashion. Specifications: Material: 100%...

Solid Color Valance Curtains-Rod Pocket-4 Panels

$21.99 – $24.99

Description: 100% high-quality polyester fabric. Each package includes 4 valance panels. The size indicated is for each panel. Designed with a classic touch, these scalloped valances are the short ornamental...

Sheer Curtains with Foil Printed Wave Line with Dots Pattern-Linen Look-Grommet-2 Panels

$22.99 – $36.99

About this item Introducing the most versatile, luxurious, and simple sheer curtains with wave and dots pattern. This discreet and modern pattern will instantly add a chic tone to any...

How to Choose Curtains

Choosing the right window treatments for your home doesn't sound like a complicated task, but there are a lot of factors that go into the decision. It's common to see people standing in a hardware or department store looking completely bewildered or frustrated because they didn't realize just how many options are available.

Curtains are an excellent way to bring any room together and showcase your unique style, but it's best to go shopping only when you're fully prepared. Below are five important tips that will help you choose the perfect treatments for any room in your house.

1. Consider the Room

This one might seem obvious, but your first step should be to consider every aspect of the room you're choosing the draperies for.

If it's a bedroom, you may want a blackout style to minimize the amount of light that filters in. For a livingroom or kitchen, you may want to have an airy, sheer set behind another, heavier set so that you can control how much light and privacy the space gets.

The function of a room can help narrow down your potential options considerably, so this is a good first step to take when choosing the perfect draperies.

2. Decide on Color and Fabric

There are almost as many fabric options as there are colors to choose from. You should make sure you understand the differences before you start shopping, or you'll end up frustrated.

Heavy fabrics like velvet, damask or silk are best for large spaces that have a polished, formal aesthetic. While these fabrics provide plenty of privacy and thermal insulation, they can be difficult to clean. Heavier materials also tend to close up a room, so they can make a small space feel stuffy.

For less formal spaces, cotton or linen are usually the best choices. While some of these drapes let in plenty of light, it's also possible to get lightweight draperies that are lined with special, light-blocking fabric for extra insulation. These are popular for bedrooms and spacesthat require a bit more privacy.

Most of these fabrics come in an array of finishes and designs, so you'll also need to decide on things like sheen and texture while shopping. It can be helpful to bring paint chips and fabric swatches from the room so that you can compare colors before purchasing.

3. Don't Forget About Hanging Options

The two most common hanging styles are tracks and rods.

Using a track system is popular for its convenience and smoothness. Draperies are able to be moved around potentially awkward spots like curved windows or corners without fuss, and they are relatively soundless.

Using a pole or rod means that it will always be visible unless you decide to cover it with a valance, pelmet or specially-designed set of draperies. If you choose a decorative rod, however, being able to see it can be incorporated into the room's aesthetic.

4. Choose a Style

How your draperies attach to your chosen window hardware is referred to as the "heading style." This is where you will see terms like rod pocket, grommet, tab top, back tab, eyelet and tie top.

Rod pocket curtains, as the name suggests, are threaded onto the pole through a small pocket at the top of the fabric. This covers the hardware completely, but it can make it difficult to slide the draperies open and closed. You'll also need to ensure that the pocket is wide enough for your hardware.

Choosing grommeted, tie top, eyelet or tab top styles means that the treatments will have more mobility and durability. However, you should keep in mind that the rod will be exposed, so it's important to make sure that it matches the decor.

5. Measure Your Windows

This is another one that seems obvious, but you should double-check all of your measurements before shopping. Remember that you will need not only the width and height of your window but also the distance from the rod to the floor. This will help you determine how long your chosen treatments will actually be when hung. Here's a detailed guide on how you can measure curtains .

In Summary

Window treatments are a vital part of any finished space. Despite the number of choices available, if you start your shopping with the right preparations, picking the perfect style will be a breeze.

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