Late Georgian style (1714-1770 years)

The most important of the ideas that developed during the late Georgian style was the idea to bring window curtains in accordance with bed draperies. Rich damask fabrics and brocade of gold, blue and red flowers are now used for curtains and bed draperies. Elegant lambrequins of elegant outlines defined the silhouette of a window of the late Georgian time. Decoration of applications and embroidery made these elements of window decoration even richer. In England during this period curtains with scallops were the most popular style. Modern designers still use this very elegant drapery technique. Used frame curtains of natural flax and cotton to control lighting and create privacy.

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