Published at Wednesday, 17 July 2019. Curtains. By Pascal Pierron.
Cubicle curtains are extensively used for the purpose of creating room separation, particularly in hospitals. They are also utilized by institutions and corporate offices for special occasions or for certain specific purposes. Cubicle curtains is a generic name, with the varieties of blackout curtains, disposable curtains, bio-active curtains, shower curtains, eco-friendly curtains, and cubicle curtain track systems. Normally, a cubicle curtain could be defined as a cloth dividing the room into separate enclosures. In the hospital, the tracking systems are extensively used to provide privacy to the patients in a large room and to facilitate easier medical treatment.
The top side of the curtain can have hooks or a continuous loop depending on the curtain rod you have. To make the loop, fold the top part of the curtain backwards and then sew it. Make sure the rod fits in well into the loop before stitching it. For a curtain with hooks, there are two options to choose from. You can have hooks made from the curtain cloth using buttons or you can opt for ready-made steel or plastic hooks that are readily available in the market.
If you have just bought a house or you are thinking of re-decorating your home, consider the options presented to you by a number of different curtain types and their functions. With correct curtain choice, it is possible to change the look and feel of a room completely. Curtains are an important feature of your room’s style and feel. Curtains are no longer just used for blocking cold, keeping warmth inside, blocking out light and creating a private atmosphere. Now curtains are used in a decorative manner as well as practical functions. Depending on the window you need to dress, curtains can become a focal point of an entire room or frame a view from the window. Interior decorators use colour, style and new materials to help create an excellent looking window curtain.
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