Rosa Sabbatini Curtain Rods June 24th, 2018 - 15:07:24
You can either go shopping personally for the curtain rods or order them online after doing a thorough research of the designs and patterns available. You should use rustic curtain rods when the décor in your home has a typical countryside flavor. The curtains with wildlife prints and patterns will go perfectly with the rustic curtain rods. These rods are sometimes available in various shapes of animals maple leaf tiebacks and scroll and ivy leaf. The rustic iron curtain rods are great works of art and craftsmanship. All of these rustic curtain rods are available hammered on an anvil and brushed to increase the natural polish of the rustic rods.
Are you planning on buying new curtain rods to replace the old ones that you have at home? Or maybe you have moved to a new house and you need to install new rods for your curtains. Whatever your reason is buying a curtain rod is something that you really need to think about. Before you go to the place where you can buy curtain rods you need to be armed with information that will help you choose the perfect rod. The perfect curtain rod depends on your curtain your window your rooms style and also your preference. Choose wisely and carefully by taking these things into consideration.
The different types of shower rods include rolling shower curtain rods 5" and 6" shower rods with brushed nickel finishes. The rolling shower rods have ball bearings that help in the opening and closing of the curtains with a slight tug. All of these shower rods create the feel of open spaces in your bathroom. The brackets used in the curved shower curtain rods allow adjusting of the rods of different lengths between the end walls. However if you want a shorter or longer than the normal sizes the curtain rods can even be cut down on site for shorter or longer installation purposes. Completely compatible with standard shower curtains these curved shower curtain rods are truly durable thereby fitting and adjusting to all standard bathtubs.
Installation curtain rods First and foremost decide whether you want to mount the curtain rod on the window frame or the wall. On consideration here is that often frames are made from oak or other high-quality woods and you may not want to drill into them. Plaster or sheetrock walls are very easy to patch if you change decor later. To determine the proper positioning hold up the rod to the wall using a long carpenters level over the rod to make sure you have the rod level. (Very much a two-person task!) Also mark the placement of the brackets on the wall or frame with a pencil. When doing this you may want to have the curtains mounted on the rod if there is any question about how they will look or their hanging length.