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Fabrics have been used for thousands of years to provide window dressings which not only offered a means of privacy but also helped reduced the amount of heat inside a room in hot climates and retain the heat inside a room in cold climates which was lost through the window opening before the introduction of glass. In later years curtains were placed in front of window glass to help reduce heat loss and draughts caused by ill fitting and single glazed windows. With the invention of double and glazed windows heat loss has been greatly reduced however, people still require a of privacy and have the need to block out light during the night. As the need to have thick heavyweight curtains has been eradicated in the majority of homes, window dressings have become an integral part of interior design styles, with the focus on having a window which compliments both the style and d

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