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There are three main groups: day, night and universal (one curtain for both day and night). The difference between them is the transparency of the fabric. Day curtains can be extremely transparent, light and completely permeable to both light and view. Or a denser fabric that slightly obscures the image. Night fabrics - fully covering. You can also choose a "blackout" night curtains that blocks the view and light 100%. Universal curtains are in a middle between day and night, so it has both - light and video transmission.
If the room has more windows or the window occupies a larger part of the wall, it is recommended to choose fabrics of more neutral texture and color, as they will occupy a large part of the interior. When there is one window in the room, you can emphasize it - choose a more effective color, more expressive texture or fabric with a more interesting pattern. All this must be in harmony with other items in the interior that complement and combine.
Laying curtains on the floor - beauty and practicality. Some fabrics fall beautifully and softly on the ground as soon as the curtains are pushed, while others can stand, warp, so every fold should be handled. Laying the curtains on the ground creates a light "bardak" in the interior, which softens the modern, tighter interior with the plasticity of its fabric. If you like it - feel free to experiment, but if you are annoyed and would like to keep tidying up, stroking it every time you see it, choose curtains up to the floor, with a minimum gap. In this case, you will always see a nice drop of the curtain, anywhere in the pushed place.