Lowes love helping people make their homes looks amazing all year round. Whether you are looking to paint and entire house or just a small room they can help you with anything. With a Lowes Money Off Coupon you can save money on anything Lowes have in store and that includes a fabulous range of Winter curtains. In part one of this article we looked at choosing the right curtain for winter, in Part two we continue and then keep you warm.
Get the right sizing
When you are choosing a winter window curtain, you need to choose curtains that will fit your windows properly. A trend today is to have curtains that drape, these look luxurious but at the same tome ensure your window is fully insulated by the curtain.
How to keep warm during winter
If you live in a cold climate, there are several things you can do to keep warm. First off, if you don't want to have your windows open, then use a light colored curtain. Second, consider using a warmer curtain for your windows, such as curtains made with silk or cashmere. By using winter materials, it will help warm the room while keeping you cool. You can also use non-insulated blinds that will help keep the heat in and out. Also, if you have a window with something similar to a valance over the window, you could remove it and replace it with a winter curtain instead.
If you don't want to have your windows open, then use a light colored curtain. Second, consider using a warmer curtain for your windows, such as curtains made with silk or cashmere.
Here are a final few tips for choosing winter curtains.
Choose Winter Curtain Shades
The reason curtains are often considered an extra expense is that they don’t work well with winter sun. But shades, which don’t make direct contact with the window, are still an excellent choice because they block out some of the sun’s rays and retain heat. If you choose a natural or neutral color, consider a shade with gray or gray-blue tints.
Look For Winter Closure Options
Drapes may not provide direct sun blocking, but there are still several ways to help keep your home warm and bright. You can have plastic film or metallic can apply to your drapes for protection from sunlight, or you can consider velvet curtains or weighted winter curtains.