Curtains add privacy, filtering of lights, and softness to the interior. Here are some tips for choosing curtain fabrics.
Decide your style
Start with browsing through Pinterest and Instagram of your favorite curtain styles. If you would like the curtains to blend in, choose a color/pattern that is similar to your wall color/pattern. If you would like to create a focal point with curtains, go with bold patterns or a color that complements your wall finish. Curtain headings are another factor that will change the style dramatically, our heading blog will show you how different heading style work and how they would fit your style. Weaving pattern is a factor that will subtly transform your space. For example, a natural weave linen blend fabric works great with wood and ranch style decoration.
Our Flow sheer fabric is our most popular sheer that lets a lot of light in. Canvas and Grace fabrics are semi-sheers that are 30-40% light blocking when closed and they are great for privacy. Mood and Block collections have a blackout layer in between the front and back layers. They will help darken the room, ideal for bedrooms and lounging areas. We also offer 100% blackout lining to all fabrics.
Think about how much light that comes in
For the living room and lounge area, sheers and cotton/linen blend semi-sheers are most recommended. They let light in while providing privacy. For the bedrooms, add blackout lining behind if you are a light sleeper. A double layered look is also popular, which you can benefit from both sheer and blackout layers.
Also, think about the weather
For warm and mild areas, single layer semi-sheer or blackout curtain fabric will suffice. For cold and extreme weathers, think about dense fabrics like wool or velvet, and thermal lining. Linings can also help block noise.
1. Flow - Shadow White
2. Grace - Off White
3. Canvas - Warm Gray
4. Mood - Smoke
5. Block - Blue Gray