The most common types of curtain fabrics are cotton, silk, linen, polyester, velvet, acrylic, rayon, brocade, lace, and voile.


   Cotton is a versatile fabric used to achieve a variety of styles. It provides a crisp, clean feel suitable for traditional or contemporary styles. Since it can be a very light fabric, cotton curtains do need to be properly lined so they can hang and fall as needed. If you want to block out the sun in a bright room, choose a tightly woven cotton cloth or lining.


    If silk doesn't say "luxury", it doesn't say anything. Note, however, that silk is best chosen for its aesthetic appeal rather than functionality. Silk is a heavy fabric, so it drapes well; it looks very romantic in a bedroom or formal dining room. But it's not the most practical.

Silk can only be dry cleaned and is very susceptible to sun damage. If the room has a lot of natural light, you may want to use roller blinds underneath or use a light-colored panel as a lining to protect them. You can opt for a silk-look polyester fabric for added durability.


    This is a very common choice. Polyester is durable, affordable, easy to care for, and doesn't really wrinkle, stretch or shrink. Choose polyester for bedrooms and living areas, but avoid using it in the kitchen as it is flammable, does not facilitate good air circulation, and absorbs odors.

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