Warm, dense, “winter” curtains in the interior

Warm, dense,

Warm, dense,

Warm, dense,

Warm, dense,

Warm, dense,

When choosing curtains for a “winter” interior, be sure to pay attention to double curtains on the lining. It is she who will give the curtains additional density and splendor, protect the upper, more expensive layer of fabric from fading, and allow it to maintain its shape. There are removable pads that can be easily washed separately. Usually the lining is made of satin or silk, it can contrast in color with the top layer, there is a lot of room for imagination. To make the lining a visible part of the decor, hooks are used to tuck the curtain.

Warm, dense,

Another interesting “winter” version of the window decoration is two layers of curtains. The upper one will also be more festive, ceremonial, as in the case of the lining, and the lower one will simply complement it, making the curtain dense, warm.

Warm, dense,

Warm, dense,

Warm, dense,

Warm, dense,

For truly warm curtains, thermal fabric is increasingly used today, which reliably protects the house from drafts and cold coming from the window glass. A dense fabric such as tapestry is also great. Velvet curtains look very expensive and rich, although this fabric is one of the most difficult to use..

In addition, panne velvet, velor, jacquard, dense satin, chenille, damask, velvet-devore, taffeta are used. We must not forget about natural fabrics such as cotton, linen, satin, they are often used in the form of lining or double curtains..

Warm, dense,

Warm, dense,

Roman blinds can also be double – transparent fabric is hidden for the winter under a thicker one. This option looks cozy, in addition, it copes with protection from cold glass. A dense Roman shade can be complemented by upper light curtains, simply decorating the window.

Warm, dense,

Warm, dense,

Warm, dense,

Experts call all shades of brown, beige and green suitable colors for “winter” curtains. Fashionable colors – olive and coffee, you can also use mustard, terracotta, pomegranate, cherry, ocher.

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