Sliding glass door curtains – A large curtain consists of a single panel fabric provides functional light blocking and privacy. Several textiles are useful to create single panel curtain, usually hung from an aluminum runner 2 to 4 inches above the sliding glass door. Light-medium thickness textiles provide a privacy barrier while still allowing some light penetration through the door. A heavy fabric provides complete light blocking and privacy.
Sliding glass door curtains double panel or curtains hung from both sides of the door offers functionality paired with design options. Double panel curtains were typically install on a single aluminum runner over the door, the curtains to glide varied distances from the sides of the door. If desired, draw the panels together to create a solid privacy barrier or withdraw them for both sides to provide decoration.
Hang accenting fabric around the edges of the sliding glass door as sliding glass door curtains, the decoration and not blocking the large window. This is often a joint committee for housing in remote areas, which provide necessary privacy without the use of panels. Hanging textiles from the typical aluminum runner, draped in folds to give a stylized design around the sliding glass door. Made material allows accenting textiles many design options for purely aesthetic-based curtains.