Deodata Marino Curtain Holdbacks June 27th, 2018 - 14:52:19
But then there are those things you wish youd known about years ago because theyre so useful-helpful-delightful. And thats the category for curtain rings. Now dont be mistaken - even though some of you will think so curtain rings really dont fall into the I-dont-need-to-know-about-this-ever category like Window Coverings. Theyre actually amazing and for more reasons than you can hang a curtain on. Why you say should I be interested in these uh ringy-thingys? Because we say your life will totally improve in useful-helpful-delightful little ways for Window Coverings. Yes curtain rings.
In terms of the actual designs of this genre of curtain rods; there are a couple that are fairly dominant. These designs tend to be simple for the most part exhibiting light humored pictures that are painted or printed onto the outside of the tubing. There are also options where the rod itself is simply a solid colored shaft with themed finial that deliver the specificity of the character the curtain rod is intended to exhibit. One thing to remember about these curtain bars is that they are meant for light weight drapery sets for smaller windows. As such it is recommended that you double check the efficiency of the specific curtain rod you are purchasing to avoid any injury down the road. If you have any doubts as to whether or not the rod can hold up the drapery for the window it will be used on; ask an associate or email the retailer to ensure you have all your bases covered.
Bay window curtain rods You might think curtain tracks are the only option for bay windows as these can be bent to the exact dimensions of the space but there are now curtain rods and poles which do the same thing. Curtain rods create a more opulent bold effect than tracks. Imagine having your dining table in the bay with a chandelier further into the room and luxurious curtains draped from antiqued metal or stainless steel poles. Rods can be bent to any shape whether you have a square or round bay and are suitable for eyelet curtains or more traditional rings.
Find out how far out from your window they extend and youll have an easy-breezy time hanging your rod - you wont need anchors or cussing or lots of beer later. How do you do this? Youve gotta have a stud finder. Its an electronic gadget you can get at a hardware store for $10-50. You really only need an inexpensive one if youre just hanging curtain rods and the occasional wall hanging. Follow the instructions to find your studs and then mark your spots. If youre not going to mess around with a stud finder be sure to attach your rods very close to the window trim - youll more than likely find a stud there.