Girl who dances in a cage (cagekitten) wrote,
Girl who dances in a cage

Curtains up

Finally, half the curtains are up in the studio. It took the contractors about 3 hours to put in all the wires on the wall above the windows to support the curtains. No more ugly paper blinds, at least on one wall. I still need to purchase tension rods for the other 4 windows on the North wall. You can't tell from these pictures but the curtains TOTALLY class the place up. 10 foot high velvety curtains are a rare sight.

Unfortunately a bit of brick is exposed up at the top. But there wasn't any way around that. But here's the surprise that I'm very unhappy with. Each panel of curtains has a seam up the middle. I didn't ask for the width of these curtains. You are only allowed to custom order the height, not the width of these. So I was stuck with the width they gave me. So why do my curtains look like some one took two sets of curtains and sewed them together in the middle? If these were cheap curtains, I would totally understand the seam right up the middle of each panel. But when I pay over $1,000 for curtains, I expect some classy curtains. Am I unreasonable to complain to the store that ordered them for me that they shouldn't have seams up the middle (or they should have told me about the seams before I ordered them)?

Should I complain to the store about the seams up the middle of each of my new curtains?

Curtains often have a seam right up the middle of each panel
If you didn't even ask for that width, then there's no excuse to have seams up the middle of your curtains
Other, posting comment to explain

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