Kerri Vargas. Curtain. July 26th , 2017.
Letting professional Blind fitters London or curtain fitters London do this work and get it right is a great move by London home owners. Whether you are in the midst of a remodel or you're moving into a new residence and making the place your own to reflect style and decor, you're looking at a lengthy and detailed task that can take the inexperienced person forever to get right. The loads of time that might be wasted in your efforts, and the risk of still not getting it right and putting extra holes in your walls or window casements, can be mitigated altogether when you hire professionals like Myfitter to do the job quickly and efficiently. The money and time saved are well worth the cost of professional installation.
If you're hanging a curtain rod inside the window frame (typically spring or magnetic rods) measure at the inside point of the window. Again, measure each and every window - you don't want any surprises later!
The material you select for your window curtains will depend upon the upholstery of your furniture and the color of the walls. You also need to decide whether you want a thick material to block out sunlight or a lighter material that will let sunlight filter through. If you want to your curtain to be made of silk, make sure that you line it with cotton and interline it with flannel. If you don't do this, the sunlight will fade your silk and you will have to keep replacing your curtains often.
Maintenance: Curtains aren't something that require consistent cleaning, apart from the times where there may be a little spill or stain. It will important to treat them accordingly, but until then, it's important to give them a wash every 3-4 months. This will keep your curtains colours and longevity, which is only beneficial when it comes to the price of curtains. Lighter curtains can be washed with any home based washing machines, however if you have larger, thick and heavier curtains, it will need to be dry cleaned.
What are your options? You can choose from standard rods, spring-loaded rods, traverse rods, decorative rods, adjustable rods, magnetic rods, double and triple rods . . . made from brass, chrome, ivory, graphite, mahogany, teak, and walnut, plastic, metal . . . . And we haven't even mentioned color or style yet!
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