Drapery Lining

October 12th, 2017 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

Why should you use a drapery lining on your draw drapes, panels or valances?

Drapery lining extends the life of the fabric

It improves the drape and body

Light exclusion (room darkening) is available

Noise insulation

Thermal insulation

UV protection

What to consider when selecting a drapery lining:

Fire code

Noise reduction

Outside appearance

Room location and sunlight

Style of the curtain/drape

Temperature control

Weight and type of face fabric
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Bright colors will enliven your home

August 15th, 2017 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

Add bright color to your interior design plan to create excitement in your decor and express your personality.  Bright colors tend to make people feel energetic, so use them in moderation and in the rooms where you want to feel spirited and lively.  Be cautious about using too much bright color; it can make a room chaotic, especially when the colors are in bold patterns.

Bright . . .
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July 5th, 2017 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

SunDance Interiors was voted by the readers of the Roseville/Granite Bay Press Tribune for 2017 Best of the Best category of Upholstery and Upholsterer!

We offer new custom upholstery furniture where we can make a new piece for you or we can re-upholster your existing furniture or just the chair seats. We will always tell you if it’s worth it to reupholster your furniture or not. . . .
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What Is Lightfastness?

April 19th, 2017 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

Lightfastness or Colorfastness to light is, “the degree to which a dye resists fading due to constant light exposure.” Although this may be particularly important when shopping for fabric that will be used in a sunroom or outdoors, it is important to note that all dyes have some susceptiblility to light damage. Problems with fading tend to occur when the fabric chosen was not produced . . .
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California Proposition 65 Warning

March 28th, 2017 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

Some fabric, vinyl and polyurethane may contain chemicals identified by the State of California as a cause of cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Under the California law know as “Prop 65” certain warnings to consumers are required where such products are sold or may be installed.
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Decorating With Less

March 27th, 2017 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

1)Minimalist colors are usually muted and monochromatic. White is the most common color for minimalism, but you can also use soft earth tones like beige, taupe, and and gray. In minimalism, a variation in texture usually takes the place of a variation in color.

2)se these tips to create a minimalist style in your home:

3)Make one element the focal point in a room, then the other . . .
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CRYPTON, The Ultimate Performance Fabric

February 15th, 2017 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

At Greenhouse Fabrics, one of our vendors, they offer Crypton Home Fabric.  This fabric is made to fit your lifestyle.  It is soft, durable, and resistant to both stains and odors and comes in a wide array of textures and vibrant colors. Crypton’s breakthrough performance technology is woven into every fiber, so it won’t ever wear away.  Spills bead up, stains are easy to clean, . . .
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February 9th, 2017 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

Often we think about soft, rounded shapes as the only design aesthetic, especially for home decor. However, an interior design look based on sharp edges, with square, rectangular and trapezoidal shapes, can be equally beautiful and comfortable. Square edges give a sense of symmetry, order and stability, calming an interior look into a sense of harmony.

You might think squared-off design elements can only complement a . . .
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December 15th, 2016 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

Often the terms PATTERN and PRINT are used incorrectly throughout the fabric world.  It is very important to differentiate between the two because patterns and prints are not the same – printed patterns are actually very different from woven patterns.

A PATTERN is any repeated design, such as a floral, geometric, medallion, etc. It can be woven into a fabric or printed on top

A PRINT is . . .
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Tips To Optimize Your Dining Room

November 30th, 2016 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

A dining room is about fashion and function.  Function is key, but at the same time the dining room is about so much more than just eating a meal.  It’s about the experience and the ambiance people feel when they dine in your home.

Think about whether you need a table with leaves if you plan to entertain a crowd

Make sure the chairs are comfortable (we . . .
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