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Door Curtain – Protect Your Privacy

By Adam Jackson

Door curtains are usually used on French doors that are full of windows. There are some privacy issues with glass doors and some people just feel better knowing that there is some type of barrier on the door to block the view of outsiders.

Usually the curtains have a top rod and a bottom rod; they are pulled tightly from the top of the door to the bottom. There are curtains that have designs or motifs on them to add a decorator touch.

There are opaque model curtains for total privacy and sheer model curtains that allow more of the natural light in but do not provide as much privacy. Some curtains have thermal properties that keep the cold out. Most of the time, these curtains are used to supply some privacy but allow the natural light to come through the door and allow the beauty of the door to be seen through the curtains as well.

They vary in cost according to what kind of material they are fabricated from. Usually between twenty and fifty dollars is a fair price for curtains. A great option to save some money is to make them at home using inexpensive material. They are simplistic and can be fashioned from an array of materials so making them at home can cost next to nothing. There are patterns for them that can be found at most sewing stores and many discount warehouse stores.

They can be purchased typically where linen and home good items are sold. There are catalogs that offer them for sale.

Whether you are looking for curtains to get a little privacy or to bring a little bit of extra style to your home, these door curtains are a terrific way to go. They are great for the inside of doors, especially bedroom doors. A nice curtain can add style and privacy to an interior door easily.

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