sound, heat and cold. But they extraordinarily decorative and add enormous personality to a room and to our life.What’s the difference between curtains and draperies — and does it even matter? Traditionally, windows were treated to three types of curtains, a sash curtain (to filter light), a draw curtain (to block out light), and an over-drapery (which was purely decorative and is now just called a drapery). In very formal rooms (with sufficiently high ceilings), all of this was topped with a cornice or valance (to hide the hardware).
This traditional treatment carries on today in period or very formal or dressy rooms.The modern tendency is to think of curtains as sash curtains (often unlined and in a variety of lengths), and draperies as those that draw, completely closing off the window.
Another modern move is to drape and swag fabric loosely over a decorative rod or pole, in a nod to conventional valances and swags. Often, swags serve no function, but earn their keep by looking, We would like to invite you to entrance to our gallery and watch few samples of our works,If you find a little piss of design that interesting you we are happy for this opportunity to contact you soon ! and for that.thank you