Light resistant linen fabrics for Regular Curtains and Net Curtains

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Fabric by the metre in light resistant linen

Did you know that UV rays from the sun and moon attack the dye in linen fabrics?

Previously, in fact, to bleach natural fabrics, weavers used to lay them out in large plains so they would bleach in the sun, but especially in the rays of the moon, which are more effective.

All fabrics by the metre available on our website conform to the standard for UV resistance for clothing. In the present case, these UV resistant fabrics have been optically dyed so as not to fade after prolonged exposure to the rays of the sun and moon.

Ideal fabrics for making curtains

These fabrics are especially popular for making linen curtains. In fact, the colour of linen fabric is designed to counter the permanent exposure of fabrics to the rays of sun and moon.

There are several fabric weights for your curtains:

- Fine fabrics ideal for making sheer curtains. This net curtain allows light to enter the room.

- Thick fabrics, often in 250 g/m², perfect for stopping the light from coming through.

You can also use non light resistant linen fabrics to make your regular curtains and net curtains, but we recommend that you line them.