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Strickland's Drapes and Fabrics Wilmington NC
When you want to add design impact in a room, a great place to start is with your windows. Custom drapes are a versatile tool for adding a pop of color, a sense of drama, or a soft layer of seasonal (or long-term) color. There is no shortage of inspiration to get you excited about adding designer window treatments to your home. Here are a few tips to get you started on your own one-of-a-kind
Blackout curtains are a great option for a variety of reasons. Today, they come in many different styles, fabrics and colors (yes, even in white!). Here are the main functions that blackout curtains provide: Light Blocking: Blackout curtains are great if you do not want to be woken up by the sun, or, if you need total darkness when you’re ready for bed. Blackout curtains have been used for different reasons over the years. They
custom curtains from Stricklands Home Wilmington NC
One key factor that differentiates custom curtains from off-the-rack curtains is length. Whereas store-bought curtains are available in only a few lengths (which often fit windows wrong or leave them looking a bit cut off), custom-tailored curtains can be trimmed to suit your unique window treatment design. They can span the length of your doors, stretch floor-to-ceiling, puddle onto the floor, or cut short to complement cafe shutters. In this sense, the ideal length for
custom velvet drapes
If it’s bold and stylish window treatments you seek, you can’t go wrong with custom velvet drapes. Synonymous with softness and royalty, velvet curtains provide a one-of-a-kind finishing touch for your windows. They’re far from one-note, though — you can choose from a number of different styles and types of velvet, including mohair, silk, solids, crushed, and devoré (a.k.a. burnout velvet drapes). While velvet drapes are best-known for their soft and sumptuous fabric, there are
custom patterned drapes from Strickland's Home
While some fabric window treatments fade into the background (like simple sheers and neutrals), custom patterned drapes do just the opposite: They insist on being seen. Of course, because bold prints can go out of style, sometimes would-be pattern-lovers shy away from them. With the help of a professional drapery designer at Strickland’s Home, though, you can create drapes with a timeless color scheme and pattern. If you’re considering custom patterned curtains for your home,
 

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