Simple curtains can be added to glass front cabinets to hide clutter or as a way to soften and add texture or pattern to the room. Installing inside cabinetry can be a challenge as there is not much room for the hardware to project. One solution is to use simple barrel style, close-fit brackets with 3/8" steel rod.
Rowley Company has a wide variety of hook and loop products including sew-on and pressure sensitive. For very tight projections, pressure sensitive adhesive backed hook strip can be attached inside the cabinet and there is also hook strip available that is attached to a rigid plastic strip which can be screwed into the cabinet. The loop strip is then sewn on to the curtain and pressed to the hook strip.
|Simple white-on-white curtains cover the bottom half of the cabinet glass.|
|A bright print fabric adds color to this cabinet.|
|Sheer material is the perfect choice for cabinet doors.|
|These cabinets do not have glass, a curtain creates a beautiful texture. Simple ticking stripe creates a retro feeling.|
|Lace create instant cottage charm.|
|A small pattern on the cabinet curtains compliments the toile drapery and herringbone tile.|