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    I have a sheer curtain behind the normal ones for privacy but tan out so DS3 HAD a lace on in his room until the other day when I found a massive huntsman had decided to make a home for its egg sack in the folds of the lace

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    My place had them. I hated them so much and they came down immediately. Unfortunately the lounge and my room have massive windows and it's not overly private, so I had to out some sheer curtains up for privacy. I would prefer none but it's not an option.

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    I really, really hate it. It doesn't suit any type of house at all, there is always a better alternative to lace curtains.

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    i LOVE lace curtains and doilies... NOT. lol. I grew up with the horrendous things, and omggg, i can't stand them..

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    I don't mind them. Odd one out as usual I find the sheer ones too sheer and I loathe nothing else but parted curtains. I have absolutely no interest in seeing what people are dong inside their houses.

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    Ew. Lace is just..gross.

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    I would have loved lace curtains in this place... it would have blocked out more then the ones that were up I found out after a month of showing with the bathroom door open(kids love to talk and walk in and out) that the bedroom curtains are see through but do not look see through but were hahaha

    I like lace overlay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ana Gram View Post
    I don't mind them. Odd one out as usual I find the sheer ones too sheer and I loathe nothing else but parted curtains. I have absolutely no interest in seeing what people are dong inside their houses.
    I agree, I don't mind them either. They don't suit every home or even every room but there's certainly worse things to put up as window coverings! I have them on our bathroom and toilet window and I think they look nice.. So I'll sit on the odd one out bench with you too.

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    I hate them too! collect way to much dust and dirt.
    And more know after someone mentioned earlier they had a huntsman making eggsacks- yuck!


 

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