Published at Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 - 16:33:00 PM. Home Design. By Sabrina Konig.
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Colors and Fabrics, once you decide whether you want curtains or drapes, you need to consider fabrics and colors. If you are choosing from among ready‐made products, your choices will be more limited than if you go custom, where the world is your oyster as far as the available fabric range is concerned. With regard to colors, most decorators will advise that you stick to neutrals if budget is a concern or if you plan to keep the same curtains or drapes for a longer period of time. This will allow you to freshen up the look of a room’s décor and not be limited by the color of your window treatment. It’s also a more budget‐conscious choice for expensive custom draperies that are intended to last a long time. Finally, you the space gets a great deal of sunlight, fading of bright colors is a concern that can limit the lifespan of any types of curtains.
Aluminium, the term thermally‐broken aluminium basically means that the aluminium exposed to the temperatures on the outside of the frame and the aluminium on the inside of the frame are separated by a non‐conductive material so that heat or cold doesn't pass through. Aluminium itself can be quite ugly therefore the aluminium frames are powder‐coated in a polymer that provides a smooth, warm finish. Colours can be added to the coating to produce a virtually maintenance‐free frame (it will need a wipe now and then) in white, graphite, silver, green, brown, blue or up to almost 200 colour choices ‐ including purple, orange, red or pink. Barbie and Jordan would love that!
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