In curtain terms, swag refers to the manner in which curtains are pulled to the sides of windows, about midway in their length. A draw back tie is looped around the curtains and is attached to a hook on the window frame, thus securing the curtains with the tops joined and the bottoms hanging freely. When released, the curtains close completely.
Commonly used in kitchens and bathrooms, they provide privacy while adding a stylistic element to the room. These curtains are installed inside a window frame, but generally only cover the bottom half of a window. If you prefer to cover the whole window, these may not be your best option, but you can also install a valance from the top of the window.
For your living room and kitchen, you may want to consider a swag curtain pattern for your windows. They are similar to curtains for French doors but smaller in size. Their purpose is to simply cover the frames of the windows and add elegant details to them, while still allowing some amount of sunlight to keep your living room or kitchen bright in the morning.
Nathalie Poullain Curtains Thursday September 13th, 2018 20:12:25 PM
Hit One of The Thumbnails Below to Get More Curtains Ideas
Thursday September 13th, 2018 20:12:25 PM