Barbra Streisand once remarked that she never disposes of any of her clothes explaining that all fashions eventually make a come back. Consequently, if she was to hang on to a particular top, for example, sooner or later, the fashion would come back and she might get a greater and potentially more bona fide return on the money it initially cost her to buy the retro garment. This has already occurred with many fashions, such as bell bottom trousers, which seem to make a comeback every few years. The same thing has happened with beaded window curtains, which are not really curtains in the true sense of the word, and neither are they just for windows.
Beaded Home Decor
There are a very few things that still hold as much charm as the beaded home decor from the 70s. From the beaded lampshades, to the long and very decorative beaded room dividers, they are seeing a rise in popularity. Beads have been used in homes and the home decoration business for hundreds of years, with a lone history of delightful patterns and colors combined to produce some of the most intricate of bead work.