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Why line curtains?

Lining fabrics serves two purposes:

    - To guarantee that the fabric does not bleach in the rays of the sun.
    - To make the curtains more opaque.

All these fabrics have normal light resistance. But prolonged and permanent exposure of these fabrics can cause bleaching. For this reason it is advisable to line them with a white or light resistant linen fabric.

Lining curtains also makes linen fabric more opaque. This means less light enters the room. The finer the fabric, the brighter the room will be; and the thicker the linen fabric, the darker the room will be.