Collection: Traditional Collection

  • This one is Traditional Print Curtain, with Elephant and Camels in direct and indirect shades, made from quality polyester fabric making it durable, enhanced life thus giving it a modern look. The design is perfect to suit classic and traditional theme interior.
  • The fabric won’t shrink on washing, excellent color fastness thus can be used again and again. It hangs nicely with enough folds to cover up the doors and windows of your rooms.

Frequently Asked Questions

Blackout curtains are designed to block out all light from entering a room, making them ideal for bedrooms and home theaters. They use thick, opaque fabrics to achieve this effect.

Buying plain curtains online offers several advantages, including a vast selection of styles and colors, the convenience of shopping from home, competitive pricing, and the ability to read customer reviews to make informed purchasing decisions.

Blackout curtains are specifically designed to block out light and provide insulation, while regular curtains are primarily used for privacy and decoration.

Plain curtains are available in various materials, including cotton, linen, polyester, and silk. Each material offers different benefits; for example, cotton and linen provide a casual, airy look, while polyester is durable and easy to maintain. Silk adds a touch of luxury but may require more delicate care.

To ensure the quality of plain curtains when shopping online, look for detailed product descriptions, high-resolution images, and customer reviews. Check the return policy in case the curtains do not meet your expectations. Opt for well-known brands and retailers with a good reputation for quality and customer service.

When choosing design curtains, consider the room’s color scheme, furniture style, and the amount of light you want to let in. Patterns and textures should complement your overall decor.

Yes, blackout curtains can help with energy efficiency by providing an extra layer of insulation, keeping heat out in the summer and retaining warmth in the winter.

To measure your windows for curtains, use a tape measure to determine the width and height of your window frame. Add extra length if you want the curtains to pool on the floor or cover molding.

Yes, there are various curtain designs, including grommet, rod pocket, tab top, pleated, and tie top. Each design offers a different look and level of ease for opening and closing.

When buying curtains online, consider the material, size, color, and style. Read customer reviews, check return policies, and ensure the measurements match your window dimensions.