The world’s best-selling curtain is no longer just a novelty.
There are now dozens of brands that will happily sell you a curtain that looks as good as it costs.
These curtain lengths are usually priced at $200 or more, and range from about 10 inches to 40 feet long.
Some curtain makers even offer “cage lengths” of up to 40 inches in lengths.
And some brands, like Curved Curtain, are selling curtain lengths of up the 80-inch range.
Curtain makers and others like them are in the business of making curtains that are “better than the wall” and are a way to boost sales.
And the curtain lengths they sell are often designed to be as long as possible.
“We see curtains in homes as an important tool for enhancing the aesthetics of homes,” says Curved Ceiling’s marketing manager, Emily Feltman.
“But we don’t necessarily sell them for a $200 price tag.”
A curtain’s length is the length of a cord that hangs over a curtain, and it’s usually measured from the back of the curtain to the front of the bed.
Most curtain lengths, including the ones you see in the ad, are measured in inches.
Curved’s curtain length is measured from front to back, and its length is usually between 11 and 15 inches.
“The length is actually what defines a curtain length,” says Feltmeantman.
In the U.S., curtains are typically measured in feet, and curtains are measured from back to front.
But the lengths for curtain lengths in the U