Curtains for French doors – French windows and doors are usually two long windows with hinges sides and the ability to open from the middle. Commonly used to indicate external verandas or sunroom. French doors are a traditional feature in many older homes with elegant design elements. Different window treatments work well on French doors and can coordinate to complement almost any type of decor.
First curtains for French doors is blinds. Whether wooden or composite of varying widths are suitable for use to cover the French doors. Install blinds on each door as a separate unit. Which enables independent operation for each blind, so you can open and the other close. Attach a small cafe-style curtain rod above the glass section of your French door, then add sheer curtains.
Roller shades curtains for French doors are make by different materials such as bamboo, straw, silk, cotton or nylon, and they provide privacy, light control, and color if need. Roller shades should be attached to the top of each door, and tend to inject a less formal feel to a room. Wood or composite shutters offers superior light control and privacy. However, ensure that there is enough space on each side to pull back and open the shutters if desired.