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Fabric window treatments for large windows are among the most common decorative choice. Including curtains, drapes, and sheers, fabric treatments are elegant and functional. Light fabrics are usually recommended for rooms with high moisture content, as they are less likely to retain moisture. Alternatively, heavier materials can provide excellent privacy and even an extra barrier to temperature changes.
Imagine a time when window curtains were bought purely as something to keep the light and cold air out of a room, or protect a person`s privacy when needed. Decades ago, curtains and drapes filled mainly a functional role, as people saw a need to keep their rooms warm in the winter and cool during summer months. The design of these treatments was secondary to functionality.
They came in one color - white, and always operate with spring-action pulls that involve a lot of jerking back and forth of those annoying cords. Not only is lifting and lowering these blinds a real hassle, but the cords are hazardous for small children. To open and close the slats, you must twist the attached wand. Thank goodness the world of blinds is now being updated for 21st century living. Motorized window treatments are a growing trend that combines ease-of-use with contemporary design.
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