NICKS PLACE - NectaarScandinavian Dining Room, Melbourne

Nectaar transformed George’s family home in Avondale Heights, from a giant, 500,000 brick monster into a modern beauty. Featuring Designer Curtains from DIY Blinds.

Inspiration for a scandinavian dining room in Melbourne. —  Houzz
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Julia Fairley added this to The Secret to Hanging Curtains Beautifully19 April 2022

The exact stacking space required will vary greatly with material thickness and flexibility, so it’s best to consult an expert. However, as a general rule, a light, unlined curtain will require 10 to 15 percent of the panel width to stack, while a heavier, lined curtain will need 20 to 25 percent.Therefore, if you want your curtain to open wide enough to reveal the whole window, the rod or track should be this percentage wider than the window itself.

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