curtain recommendation

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curtain recommendation

Postby dozer » Tue May 31, 2005 8:37 pm

Cruzing was asking about curtain installer recommendations. There are a bunch to choose from on Thepprasit road, I really like the one we used. For the entire house the cost was 23200, vertical blinds on 6 windows and long good fabric pull curtains on two windows. The owner, Lat, is quite a nice lady with good taste (I thought). During installation they used a dust catcher to catch the cement soot instead of just leaving it on the floor, which I thought was quite unique.

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draperies

Postby cruzing » Wed Jun 01, 2005 7:33 am

Hey Dozer,

Were your draperies lined??? And if lined was it regular lining or insulated---(to help keep out the heat.)

Thanks,

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lined draperies

Postby dozer » Wed Jun 01, 2005 7:41 am

I think that was an option, but these are not lined as far as I can tell. My main concern was keeping out the light in the morning, which these do as they are real heavy.
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