In window decoration, curtains are synonymous with versatility. Virtually every interior can be decorated with curtains, and this has been the case for years. In modern villas we see a lot of light fabrics that are tightly made. In more classic interiors you can opt for heavier fabrics that strongly accentuate the grandeur of the interior.
The design of your curtain can also determine the appearance to a large extent. Here too we have various options for all interior types. Everyone can find what they are looking for among the possibilities for curtains.
Transparent curtains are particularly suitable for living spaces due to their cosy appearance. Because of their transparency they offer a very good view through to the outside. You should be aware, however, that people also have a view through to the inside at night. Especially ideal for a window overlooking the garden.
Light filtering fabrics offer privacy but still allow a limited amount of light through. This allows you to maintain a perfect connection with the outside world without sacrificing privacy. In the evening there is also only a limited view inwards. We also recommend that you always line the fabric. This not only creates a darkening effect but also extends the life of the fabric. Light filtering fabrics are mainly chosen for living spaces.
This type of fabric is mainly chosen for bedrooms because of its darkening effect. Please note that dim-out fabrics are not completely dimming. If you want a fully dimming fabric, it is best to choose a light-filtering fabric in combination with a dimming lining.
The window decoration is placed between the window frame or the walls.
Measure the width in different places each time and then take the smallest size.
Finished width = smallest measured width - 1cm
Next, also measure the height in different places and also take the smallest size here.
Finished height = smallest measured height - 1 cm (curtain to tablet)
Finished height = smallest measured height - 2 cm (curtain to floor)
The window decoration is placed on the window frame or the wall. In this case, you can choose the desired overlap.
To do so, measure the width of the window frame and choose the overlap.
Finished width = measured width + desired overlap
You can also choose the desired overlap in height.
To do so, measure the height of the window frame and choose the overlap.
Finished height = measured height + desired overlap
We are constantly working on our customer experience and the perception of our products. Soon we will place short instructional videos online in which the mounting will be shown step by step. In the meantime, you can use the installation instructions below. These explain step by step which things you need to pay attention to during the installation and operation of your curtain.
If you have any questions or encounter problems during the mounting of your curtain you can contact us online or contact the Diaz distributor where you picked up the product.