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French Door curtains
Sarah Moore
December 2, 2012 in Design Dilemma
My master bedroom has French doors that open into a sunroom. Should I get blinds, curtains or something else?
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maggicoast
Curtains would be my first choice.
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Bonnie
Curtains would be my first choice too but you don't say what the style of your room is. I would go with curtains for a traditional room but if you are going more modern or contemporary you could consider blinds, shades or window films.
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Creatively Yours Custom Inc.
Hi Sarah,
Consider whether you need to have privacy and or light control at those French doors that open into the sunroom before deciding on the right treatment for you. Will you be opening and closing those doors on pretty much of a daily basis? Certain treatments offer better privacy and light control than others. Rod pocket top and bottom lined curtains can give you privacy and ease for opening and closing the french doors at the same time.
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Sarah Moore
Thank you for your ideas!
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