D.C. nursery curtain makers have a new product to sell to their customers: curtains that don’t get blacked out when they’re closed.
The nursery curtains are being sold at D.A.M. stores and online and are a major success.
The company, which also makes curtains for churches, bars, churches and other venues, is making the curtains because it thinks it can make them cheaper than buying new curtains from manufacturers, said co-founder Sarah Koczela.
She said the curtain makers thought that the best way to reduce costs is to keep the curtains in the house and keep the lights on and the curtains closed when the lights are off, so that the curtain stays dark when the house is dark.
So far, the curtains are sold in more than 100 stores and at online stores.
They cost $35 to $40 for a 20-inch curtain.
That price is lower than curtain makers in other parts of the country, said Kocsela.
The curtains come with instructions for how to hang them in the kitchen and at a table.
There is also a “black and white” version for use in the office and in churches.
A, a nursery curtain manufacturer, said it has sold more than 1,000 curtain kits to customers.
The curtain makers also have made a white version that goes in the washing machine.
The company said it’s been doing business in the U.S. for 20 years.
The new curtain makers are not going to sell the curtain kits as new products.
The new products are just for demonstration purposes, Kocsa said.
The curtains were made for other nursery curtain companies in other countries, and so the curtain companies were trying to learn from the nursery curtain company’s experience.