When dealing with the most important parts of your home décor, windows are definitely one of them. Curtains are the simplest and most popular type of window dressing and have involved greatly with the changing times. Curtains are used to only be available in a typical rich fabric which added volume and traditional weight to your interior décor. Placing window dressings that you really like can add extra interior decoration. Aside from adding a design, curtains can also protect you from sunlight.
Today, wide varieties of materials are available where you can choose a various styles of curtain. Though, you must also consider the decoration of your home before you choose the window dressing. It is very important that your curtains match the design of your house. If you want a modern décor and contemporary then eyelet curtains may suit your home. And if you want a 1950’s interior design curtains, it is possible. 1950’s style are coming back and there are many products now available to “capture the past” in your home decorating. To help you started, here’s a partial list reproduced products inspired from the 1950’s interior design curtains.
• Fabric by the yard including bark cloth for curtains, pillows and furniture upholstery.
• Interior design curtains matches the kitchen table and chair sets complete with chrome legs, Formica table tops and vinyl covered seats in many colors. It also matches with small retro style kitchen appliances including, toasters and soda shop drink mixers.
• 1950’s design is also applicable in stoves and refrigerators styles reproduced with today’s technology, but with the original appearance in many original colors
• Your antique and local second hand appliances are very good style because it will add the feeling that you are in 1950’s.