Washington DC HomeTraditional Bedroom, DC Metro
Gordon Beall, photographer
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Design ConsiderationsFabric type. For a full or partial wall installation that isn’t tufted, a light- to medium-weight fabric — such as silk, shown here, or cotton or linen — will work well. A heavy fabric will likely pull downward and droop. Silks can be backed for additional stability.Heavy fabrics, such as velvets, are best used in applications where they are routinely anchored, such as a tufted installation.Depending on where you live, local ordinances may require flame-retardant fabrics and batting or foam, so it’s best to check first.