Cinzia Calabresi Curtain Poles June 15th, 2018 - 10:28:07
These are the ends of the rods that connect to the support brackets. They often protrude out further than the window for just such display purposes. This means you can leave the curtains drawn and still get the aesthetics with the finials showing. There are three parts that make up window curtain rods: the rod which fits through the top curtain hem the finials which keep the rod from slipping off the brackets and the brackets which support the rod. The rod itself is often made in two parts. One end fits inside the other so that it can be adjusted to fit any window. There is often a screw that tightens against the outer sleeve so that the adjustment stays securely in place and wont slide out of position. All of the hardware is sold as a unit but you can purchase separate finials if they will be the only decorative part displayed.
There is more to curtain rods than just holding up your curtains. They have become decorative pieces of window treatments as much as the drapes themselves. You can still find the simple adjustable rods that have the basic functionality of supporting curtains but if you are interested in elaborate window dressings that enhance your drapery then there are plenty of decorative curtain rods to get the job done. If you are planning on making your curtain rod part of your decor then you need to plan on having curtains that can remain open so that the rod can be displayed. Or another alternative is to incorporate decorative curtain rod finials.
Transverse curtain rods If you have a home office a transverse curtain rod can style the window perfectly. This rod has a pulley system with which you can open and close the drapery effortlessly. This provides convenience to the user. As you are not pulling the cloth every so often it remains fresh and intact. You may find a wide spectrum of traverse rods easily and you can find out the one which goes well with the window pane designs. Double/triple rods Well this is designed for heavier drapery which usually adorns your living room or hallways. This will help you to have layered and patterned curtains.
These measurements are your wall measurements. Next take another measuring tape or string and lay it on the floor between your two pencil marks. Measure the length of this line. Lastly you will measure from each corner to this line. This will allow the calculation of the angles of your wall and therefore your total rod. If you have more than two corners you can continue measuring the sections as described above. You will have multiple measurements and more sections of rods. When marking the spots of where you want the rods to end be sure and keep finials in mind. If you would like decorative finials at the end of your rods you will need to confirm that you have enough room to add those finials. A custom corner rod manufacturer can take the wall measurements to fabricate your rods.