Sunday, 29 November 2015

Full draperies

Draperies are not essential to every room. In fact, there’s a certain modernist charm to leaving windows completely unadorned. But when used, draperies should be in sufficient fullness and height to look like a celebration rather than a functional afterthought. 

Three-foot-wide curtain panels may cover a window, but for designer fullness the material should be 2½ to three times wider than the window, and start at either the ceiling or a good 12 to 18 inches above the window line.
In the below bedroom photo the window behind the draperies was actually rather small and off-center. With the wall-to-wall drapery, you’d never know it.
Artcle by Yanic Simard

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