Cotton drapes or curtains would be best for a person with allergies.
There are several UK department stores that stock curtains and drapes. Some of these stores include Montgomery Curtains, Paul Simon Curtains, and House of Fraser.
Could be any room - Drapes are curtains over the window
To find information about curtains and drapes, go to a local home deco store. The employees there could help with advice. Stores like Ikea, West Elm and CB2 have a great collection of curtains and drapes.
It depends on where you are. Most places and people interchange the two terms. From what I have seen Drapes are typically the lined nicer fabric that drapes from a rod to the floor and are considered more formal. Curtains can go anywhere, like above the sink in the kitchen, and are considered more casual. The primary difference between drapes and curtains is the material they are made from. Drapes are made of a heavier material than traditional curtains.
You can find good deals on drapes and curtains online at stores such as Macy's. Alternatively, you can also get good deals on drapes and curtain from retailers such as Amazon and Overstock.
There are many new hot color trends in curtains and drapes. Red is both hot and bold for the very dramatic look. And lilac is a color trend that appeals to many with its cool inviting hue that feels like spring. And of course white is a color trend in curtains and drapes that is here to stay because it is crisp, clean, bright and goes with everything.
Many popular stores sell drapes and curtains. Pottery Barn, Bed, Bath and Beyond, Walmart, Sears, JC Penney, Macy's and host of other merchants both on and off line sell drapes and curtains.
Curtains/Drapes, can be made from cotton, linen, or wool.
Depending on the window type,drapes alone can be enough.
If the curtains and the drape are in the same colours, or contains the same patterns - yes, they match.