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.
Another room that benefits from this cost effective method of redecoration is the bathroom. An additional benefit to having a curtain in your bathroom is a little extra privacy, as the shadows shown through the frosted glass are eliminated. Bathroom curtains come in a variety of fabrics including 100% polyester window treatments that have a water repellent finish and are mildew resistant. Once your curtains are installed, you can have fun picking out other bathroom accessories such as mats, shower curtains and towel racks to match.
The slot pleat can be made easily. The slots are slashed in the header where the pole is inserted. This appearance can be enhanced by letting a quality curtain stand over the pole. The size of the cloth should be 2 1/2 times wider than that of the window. You also have to determine the slot spacing that you want.
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