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4 Curtains That Will Keep Your Home Breezy Without Breaking Your Budget

Keep the rays of the sun out with the right piece

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There's nothing more satisfying than waking up, basking in the sun, and feeling the breeze against your skin. However, now that the temperatures are rising, this can cause more damage than comfort.

While opening your windows can offer relief from the summer heat, it can also make your house extra stuffy. Don't worry, there are simple solutions to beating the heat aside from using air conditioning and one of them is changing the curtains! 

We've come up with a list of summer-friendly curtain materials that can help keep your home cool and comfy: 

Main photo from: Townhouse 12

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