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Hotel Curtains

Hotel Curtains


Hotel curtains in Kenya are also known as blackout curtains or hotel black out curtains. In Kenya the need to understand hotel curtains is important as Kenya has a big tourism industry and many hotels. The essence of a hotel is to provide overnight lodging or accommodation and relaxation. The extent to which hotel blackout curtains aid in the quality of a hotel guest's sleep and relaxation is of supreme importance to a hotel establishment. Hotel blackout curtains are curtains designed to black out light or at least obscure light and noise. Hotels guest rooms in big cities like Nairobi catch sleep-disturbing light at night from powerfully bright street lights and car headlights, but many sleepers like to wake up with a bit of natural light. The best hotel blackout curtains should not provide total black out though but rather meet the morning halfway with a hotel-style setup of curtains over sheers, as suggested by Apartment Therapy. Don't choose absolute hotel blackout curtains like you'll find at some motels with too much light. Instead, choose a pair of heavy drapes that match your decor, and run them over some gauzy, privacy-providing sheers. Apartment Therapy suggests, this setup blocks the majority of street lights, passing headlights, and other sleep-disturbing lights at night, but gradually lets in an adjustable amount of light each morning to help you wake up. Hotel blackout curtains are also used for aesthetic purposes in addition to these functional qualities.

Hotel curtains are mostly drapes. Like curtains, drapes are fabric panels but heavier than curtains, and are typically sold in pairs. But unlike curtains, drapes are lined, sometimes with fabric heavy enough to block out all outside light, making them perfect as hotel curtains for guest rooms and home bedrooms use. Hotel curtains (sometimes called hotel draperies) are long enough to reach from the top of the window to the floor, sometimes even puddling a bit beneath the window. Heavy, somewhat stiff fabrics are the norm for hotel drapes, including luxury materials like velvet, damask or silk for both aesthetic and functional purposes.

Nairobi Curtain Designers makes sure your hotel guests can feel at ease while on your premises by supplying you with quality hotel curtain drapes and curtains from our wide hotel curtains fabrics catalog. We have a selection of hotel blackout curtains and drapes available in a variety of colors and designs, so you have plenty of options when it comes to matching your hotel curtains to your present interior decoration. We would also be delighted to have to match your hotel curtain with wallpaper which we are dealers. Nairobi Curtain Designers is actually an off shoot of Wallpaper Kenya. Our hotel curtains effectively blocks light from outside from entering through the window, they are also selected to looks fabulous. For a more sensuous environment, consider our matching curtain sheers (each curtain design has its own matching sheer curtain), which diffuse light to create a gentle, natural feel.