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Style Meets Sustainability: Transform Your Space with Smart Drapery Choices

By The Marsh Household

Today, we had the pleasure of consulting with Sienna from Ultra Luxe Linens to choose fabrics for drapery, head boards, and blankets in both our current and future homes! The eco collection stole our hearts, and we appreciate their range of prices.


  • Effective Insulation: Thick drapes that keep us snug in winter and cool in summer.
  • Lower Energy Use: Saving on energy bills while reducing our carbon footprint.
  • Natural Ventilation: Welcoming fresh air without the need for AC.
  • UV Protection: Safeguarding our decor from sun damage.
  • Reduced Lighting Needs: Letting natural light brighten our space.
  • Longevity: Quality drapes for timeless style and less waste.

Heavy blankets

  • Energy Savings: Lowering your thermostat with heavy blankets in cold weather reduces heating needs, decreasing energy consumption and your carbon footprint.
  • Eco-Friendly Materials: Heavy blankets made from sustainable materials like cotton, wool, or bamboo minimize the environmental impact of synthetic fabrics.
  • Longevity: Durable heavy blankets reduce waste by lasting longer and requiring fewer replacements.


  • Improved Insulation: Insulated headboards create a thermal barrier, maintaining a stable bedroom temperature while reducing heating or cooling needs.
  • Temperature Control: Headboards prevent heat loss in winter and block sunlight in summer, decreasing reliance on climate systems.
  • Sustainability: Quality headboards with longevity minimize the environmental impact of disposable furniture.

Purchasing drapery, heavy blankets, and headboards enhances comfort and supports eco-friendly practices by reducing energy consumption, choosing sustainable materials, and optimizing climate system efficiency.

Written by The Marsh Household

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