The advantages and disadvantages of chenille velvet curtains


The chenille yarn, also known as chenille, is a new typ […]

The chenille yarn, also known as chenille, is a new type of fancy yarn. It is made of two strands of core yarn, which is twisted and twisted in the middle by twisting.

Generally there are chenille products such as viscous/nitrile, cotton/polyester, viscous/cotton, nitrile/polyester, viscous/polyester. The chenille decoration products can be made into sofa sets, bedspreads, bed blankets, table blankets, carpets, wall decorations, curtain curtains and other interior decoration accessories. Among them, chenille curtains are very popular in daily life.

Appearance, chenille curtains can be made into a variety of exquisite patterns and patterns, the overall look high-grade gorgeous, decorative, can make the interior a magnificent feeling, showing the owner's noble taste; in the sense of touch, curtains The fabric is characterized in that the fiber is held on the plied core yarn, the suede is full, has a velvet feel, and the touch is soft and comfortable; in suspension, the chenille curtain has excellent drape, maintaining the vertical vertical, texture Well, to make the room more tidy; in the opacity, chenille curtains are thick in texture, can cover the glare in summer, protect indoor furniture, home appliances, etc., can also play a certain role in warmth in winter.

Although the use of chenille yarn gives the curtain a thick feeling, it has the advantages of high-grade luxury, soft handfeel, full suede, good drape and excellent water absorption.

However, chenille curtains have some shortcomings due to the nature of the material itself. It will be deformed and will shrink after washing, so it cannot be smoothed by ironing, so as not to cause the curtain fabric to be velvet and fluffy, especially the curtains. On the front side, as a result, the curtains are not much ornamental.