Different Types of Curtains
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If you want a less formal, modern look to your window treatments then you want tab Top curtains.

Perfect for making in any weight of fabric from the finest sheers to heavyweights such as velvet and brocade.

Tab Top Curtains

are basically straight curtains that are more casual in their effect; they are fitted onto the rod with tabs.

Café Curtains

are a very inexpensive way of creating privacy in the room by screening off the lower portion of the window.

Café CurtainsThey can be used in any room of the home but are ideal in the kitchen.

Rods, decorative poles or curtain wires can be used to hang cafe curtains and they are positioned inside the window recess halfway down the window.

Tiers

Straight curtains, usually with a high header that ruffles, they are perfect for any room in the house.

Priscilla CurtainsPriscilla Curtains

Drawn back at the center of the curtain to make a draping effect, they are essentially floor length tier curtains.

Valances

Curtains which cover only the upper portion of the window, are usually used with blinds or tiers beneath them of fabric.

HourGlass Curtains

Are a straight curtain fitted onto a rod at both top and bottom, then tied in the center.

Window Scarf

A very long strip of fabric that usually does not have rod pockets but instead is wound on the rod and draped for effect.

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