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How to choose the material and type of curtains

Time : 2022-07-02 Hits : 24

On the market, the following materials are commonly used for home curtains:






This texture of the fabric has a little coarse, will look a very natural, warm feeling, and the color is also very rich, drape, and breathable good. However, it has a little light transmission, lacks elasticity, and is easily deformed.



Polyester curtains drape well, and resist wrinkles, the fabric is stable, and resistant to sunlight, acid, and alkali, but the moisture absorption and breathability are a little weaker. However, in the curtain world, it is the most suitable material for curtains, cost-effective, and easy to take care of.



Silk satin and velvet material curtains, the texture is quite good, light-blocking, heat insulation, sound insulation, and drape, for improving the quality of space has a great help. However, it is thicker and will absorb dust, so cleaning is not very convenient.



Pure cotton curtain texture is relatively fine, moisture absorption, and breathability is very good but too easy to wrinkle, and not very easy to take care of.


Now the market is also popularly called "chenille" curtains, the fabric is thicker, very high blackout rate. Both can reduce light, and block light, but also prevent wind and dust, heat insulation and warmth, and improve the living environment. 

These are the above curtains with blackout effect, with the use of white gauze curtains, white gauze curtains is a thin layer of yarn, not blackout but can weaken the light, feel the daytime sun harsh, but don't want to have no sunshine at all, you can use this white gauze curtains.

In addition to fabric-based curtains, curtains for the home are shutters. Shutters can create the art of light and shadow in the space through the blades, which is perfect for some spaces that do not need to consider too strong shading effect.


Curtains are made of different materials and applied to different spaces. Like fabric curtains, suitable for installation in the dining room and bedroom, study, but also can have a sound insulation effect. Shutters, on the other hand, are less suitable for use in bedrooms, and more suitable for living and dining rooms, studies, bathrooms, and other spaces, considering the blackout.