kitchen door curtains
Kitchen door curtains can make your kitchen warmer and more gorgeous at the same time. Whether its the main front or back door or even just room to room, kitchen door curtains will certainly help to keep the heat in and the cold out, which in turn will help to make your house more energy efficient and therefore reduce fuel costs.
It is common to have a single curtain (rather than a pair) for a door and eyelets on a pole are often the best option as you can have less fullness in your curtain so that it does not take up too much space when drawn back open. You will find it more practical to stack the curtain back at the hinge side so as not to interfere with the operation of the door. Kitchen door curtains with thermal lining to best cut out draughts and a bump interlining will increase thermal insulating properties of the curtain by trapping air inside the curtain.
Change and improve the look and feel of any room with a set of Fireside Tab Top Curtains. Made with a 100-percent cotton face and 80-percent acrylic/ 20-percent cotton foam back you are sure to get a curtain that’s both beautiful and functional. The 100-percent heavyweight soft cotton face creates a smooth draping effect and softer texture that sometimes can’t be achieved with inferior synthetic fabrics. Constructed into the curtain is a thermal insulated foam back. The advantages to you are improved light blocking and insulating qualities that save energy and money year round. Thermal insulating Curtains hold drafts and help keep out the cold while holding in the heat during the winter months keeping you warmer. During the summer months kitchen door curtains can block the suns rays and keep the heat out while holding the air conditioning in keeping you cooler.