Door curtain Japanese door curtain is also known as a bead door curtain or Japanese door curtain. It originated in Japan and is made of cloth that is gathered from various locations in Japan. Some people have asked me why this type of curtain is called a “bead”, and I have to tell them that it simply is not. The reason it is called a bead door curtain is that it has a series of small beads sewn into the material.
These types of curtains are usually used for Japanese doors. The great thing about this type of curtain is that they have a woven texture to them and they are woven onto curtain rods with raw edges. If you are not a Japanese door curtain familiar with raw edges, they are edges that are not completely finished; they are not smooth or squared. You will notice that when these types of curtain rods are installed in your home, they will have some sharp or jagged edges.
Door curtain the natural material of the door curtain will have sharp or jagged edges on them. You can imagine that with the sharp edges, these will catch hair, skin, or any other material that could get through. Because of this, there is a need to make sure that the curtains that you purchase have had the factory or professional hand wash and seal the fabric. If they were not washed and sealed, you run the risk of the material being eaten away by the sharp edges of the door curtain rods. The reason that I tell you this is because a good curtain will have the factory seal on it. After the curtain has been washed and the factory seal has been applied, the curtain is ready to be installed. To ensure that the rod fits through the door openings and onto the door curtain panels, you will want to take some masking tape and cut it to the proper length. You can then use the masking tape to measure how long the rod should be, and then you will want to cut it to the correct length.
Bead Door Curtain
Bead door curtain once you have the proper measurements, you are ready to start installing. First, attach the rod to the curtain fabric. Once the curtain fabric is attached, you can then move on to the next step. This next step is attaching the panels to the door opening. To do this, you will first want to place masking tape on the outside of the door that has the panels attached. Once you have placed the tape, you will then want to pull the raw edges of the bead door curtain out to where the panel will sit. The raw edges are there so that you will be able to slide the panel over the rod. After you have the panel and the rod placed, you will want to push the two together. In order to do this, you will need to work from the inside corners to make sure that the plastic sticks are tight.
Japanese Door Curtain
Japanese door curtain once you have the curtain panels in place, you can then pull up on the top part of the door. You will then pull down on the bottom half of the door to seal the bottom of the curtain panels in place. Once you have the bottom of the door sealed, you can then pull up on the sides to make sure that the top and bottom are sealing properly. The bottom half of the door should now be covered with the plastic sheet that you used when you attached the raw edges of the curtain panels. You will then want to sew up the bottom of the Japanese door curtain using the sewing machine you are using. When you sew the fabric together, you should use 3 inches total for each panel. This will give you a sturdy material to hang the fabric from and to create the pocket for the rod. You will then want to attach the rod pocket to the bottom of the curtain panels and then to the inside of the door.