Curtain Tiebacks in Attractive Shades

Aug 1st

Curtain tiebacks serve a purpose, pulling drapes or curtains aside to allow flow of air or light entering through a window. But tiebacks not have to be boring strips of same color matching fabric. Think creatively and use tie-backs as part of its decoration. From formal coward, curtain tiebacks can define their style.

Curtain Tiebacks Blue
Curtain Tiebacks Blue

Way serves curtain tiebacks with attractive shades. Shades extend all way over a window for light control and privacy. Raise curtains when you want to look out window or allow light in. Set tones tie in any position using loops. Curtains moor mooring for a beautiful and functional feature that adds a special element to your curtains.

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Fold shadows upward from bottom to raise them. To most beautiful curtain tiebacks look, make accordion folds narrow forward and backward until you lift curtain to desired height. Take ties hanging down from shadows. You will find two links on left side of screen and two loops on right side of curtain Рa loop in front of curtain and tie on back of curtain. Tie two loops on left side of screen together in a standard arch. Make tight bow and tighten enough to lift curtain. Tie two loops on right side of screen together in a standard arc, using same technique used on left side. Settings back and look in shade to make sure it is uniform. If shade is not uniform, make a laxer or stricter tie to even shade. Untie links to lower shade.

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