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      How To Measure Curtain and Drapes Size?

      Curtain Width

      We always recommend to choose curtain or drapes width 1.5 to 2 times wider than with of the window or pole or track. This will create folds and add fullness.

      If you have curtain rod, then measure distance between finials.

      If you have track, then measure total length of the track.

      curtain and drape width 

       

      Curtain Height

      • Tab Top or Grommet Top (Ring)
      Measure the distance from the top of the curtain pole (rod) to where you want to finish.
      length of grommet curtain
      • Pleated - Pinch pleated or Box pleated or Triple pleated  
      Measure the distance from the eye of the hook (where the curtain hook attaches) to where you want to finish.
      how to measure lkength of pleated curtains
      • Rod Pocket - with header or without header  
      Rod pocket with header -
      Measure the distance from the top of the curtain pole (rod) to where you want to finish. Height of the header can be  customized. So, shouldn't be included in the length
      Rod pocket without header -
      Measure the distance from the top of the curtain pole (rod) to where you want to finish.
      How to measure length of rod pocket curtain

      Types Of Curtain Top Processings

      Types Of Curtain Top Processings

      ROD-POCKET

      With Header

      Rod pocket curtain with header

      Without Header

      Rod pocket curtain without header

       

      Grommet Top 

      Grommet top curtain

       

      Tab Top

      Tap top curtain

       

      4 - Prong Hook or Tape For Hook

      hook top curtain

      5. Pull Pleated

      pull pleated tape curtains

       

      6. Fixed Pleated - Hook

      Pleats are sewn along the width of the curtain. 

      Double Pinch Pleat - one panel's width must be 2 times the area to cover. If area to cover is 54 inches, then order 108 inches wide panel.

      Triple Pinch Pleat - one panel's width must be 3 times the area to cover. If area to cover is 54 inches, then order 162 inches wide panel.

      Box or Goblet Pleat - one panel's width must be 3 times the area to cover. If area to cover is 54 inches, then order 162 inches wide panel.

      Double Pinch Pleat

      Double pinch pleat curtain

       

      Triple Pinch Pleat

      Triple Pinch Pleat

      Should Curtains Touch The Floor?

      Should Curtains Touch The Floor?
      The trend of the present-day life is to have long curtains for the living room, bedrooms, kid’s room, and study room as well, bestowing warmth and a classy look. So, the question arises in the mind of individuals looking out for long curtains, drapes is, Can the curtains touch the ground or the floor? Is it right? Does it look good?

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      How do Blackout Curtains save energy?

      How do Blackout Curtains save energy?
      We often use a thick pair of curtains on the windows to lower electricity consumption and reduce the bills. But beware of judging the pulling it too close. Then on what the energy savings depend? It mostly depends on whether you live in an older home or a new one. But, at the same time, technology has changed a lot. Now, we have energy-saving curtains. 

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