What type of attachment for your curtains?

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There are several ways to hang your curtains to add style and utility to your living space.

All our Curtains have the following 4 options :


Carnations:

Grommets are a type of curtain hanging that consists of a row of small metal rings sewn onto the top of the curtain. They are placed at regular intervals and allow the curtains to slide onto a bar or curtain rod.

Upper Hook (Flemish fold):

The top hook is a type of hanging that consists of a hook attached to the top of the curtain and that goes over a rod or curtain rod. This type of hanging is easy to use and can be adjusted as needed.

Pencil Fold:

The pencil pleat, also known as the Flemish pleat, is a type of curtain hanging that consists of a thin, even pleat that forms at the top of the curtain. This type of hanging is ideal for adding style and texture to your living space.

Rod Pass:

The rod pocket is a type of curtain hanging that consists of a curtain rod that passes through holes sewn into the top of the curtain. This type of hanging is easy to use and can be adjusted as needed.

Choosing the right make for your curtains, whether for a Living Room Curtain or a Bedroom Curtain , is essential to complete the atmosphere of each room. In a living room, where curtains must be both aesthetic and functional, opting for curtains with grommets or pencil pleats can add a touch of sophistication and ease of use.
These styles allow for easy handling of curtains, essential in a frequently used living space. For a bedroom, favor calm and privacy by choosing curtains with a top hook or a rod pocket . These hanging methods offer a more discreet appearance and contribute to a peaceful atmosphere, ideal for a space dedicated to rest.

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