During the last fifteen years the interior design industry has seen a massive upheaval taking place. Whilst an English man’s home has always been his castle and we have long since taken a pride in our homes it seems to be that with a wealth of magazines and television programmes, not to mention other media, telling us all how to be professional decorators and room dressers is turning us all into a bunch of semi professional stylists with modern furniture and haberdashery stores lining up to help us in our endeavours.
Small Touches Make the Difference
When it comes to interior decoration it’s quite often the small touches, or so we’re told, that make all the difference; throw cushions, vases with twirled wood in them and fruit bowls with anything but fruit in them will apparently dress a room like no other and mark out our surroundings as being of the highest quality and best possible taste.
As nice as these little finishing touches might be, little else dresses a room like a well-made, perfectly fitted and co-ordinating pair of curtains. In addition to helping us maintain privacy and go about our evening business without the eyes of the world on us Made to Measure Curtains crafted using a quality material and lining can be both economically sound and environmentally friendly. Indeed something as simple as a pair of curtains can make a huge difference in helping us keep heat in and the elements our which will in turn save on the rising price heating costs and can assist in cutting our carbon footprint.
In terms of the existing design of your house if it’s a spruce up that’s needed nothing livens up a stylish but tired room like new window dressing. Whether it’s a statement of colour which compliments an achingly stylish nude colour base or a neutral colour designed to downplay vivid wall or accessory colours and styles. With a vast array of styles, lengths, colours and patterns available there is simply no easier way to pick up a living or bedroom than with a new pair of drapes.