Japanese curtains

Japanese curtains

As our fabric styles change frequently, with new styles arriving weekly, we request that you contact a TCE Store directly and discuss your window covering needs. From simple sheers to elaborate draperies and window treatments, we offer beautiful fabric selections and over a decade of window design experience to assist you. Our fabrics are sourced from all over the world but our curtains, shades and custom bedding are all made in the USA.

We offer many different options in drapery hardware. Modern, traditional, transitional, or contemporary, our product styling is up to date; interior designers nationwide find us to be a valuable resource for curtains and hardware. We also offer window shades, top treatments, blinds and valances.

If you are ready to order we have quick ship options in both custom curtains and drapery hardware.

We’ll also provide advice on linings and light control. We believe that once you have experienced our products and service, you’ll wish you had more windows.

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Light control and insulation[edit]

A curtain hook stopper is a device used to stop the curtain from falling off the end of the curtain rail.

Commercial types[edit]


  • Flat panel curtains are simple and versatile: to make them, pieces of fabric are hemmed on all four edges and the final rectangular or square piece is hung from curtains poles with clip-on rings or something similar.[4] If pleated, the look is strongly influenced by the fullness of the pleats.
  • Tab top curtains are made with narrow straps, that loop or tie at the top edge and hung from the curtain pole.[5] This curtain style is often designed as two stationary panels at the sides of a window.
  • Grommet curtains are hung by threading the curtain pole through a hole in the top of the fabric. This could be either a cut-out hole with the edges finished by a row of stitching or it could use a grommet to prevent fraying.
  • Sash curtains are used to cover the lower sash of the windows.
  • Rod pocket curtains have a channel sewn into the top of the fabric. A curtain rod is passed through the channel to hang.[6]
  • Thermal or Blackout curtains use very tightly woven fabric, usually in multiple layers. They not only block out the light, but can also serve as an acoustic or thermal dampener.


  • Different curtains
  • Chateaud Amboise

  • Austrian blinds

  • Hotel Transvaal

  • Waterfall curtain

  • Main curtain used as a backdrop at a movie theater.

  • Noren (Japanese curtain) at an onsen.

  • Hotel bed room

  • Bottle top curtain

  • Bedroom of Queen Charlotte Mathilde

  • Bed with baldachin

  • Bathtub with curtain at the Bernheimer House

  • Seashell curtain

See also[edit]

  • Iron Curtain


External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Curtains.

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Posted on: October 31, 2016

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