Rosa Sabbatini Curtain Poles June 17th, 2018 - 14:19:00
Bay windows can look even more beautiful with curtains or drapes. Window treatments can block out or filter light give you privacy or simply add decoration to the room. Measuring your bay window for mitered or corner curtain rods is not complicated. You just need a measuring tape and a pencil. First mark on your walls with pencil where you want the draper rods to end. Assuming you have a three part bay window measure from the spot you marked on the left side to the first corner. Then measure from the first corner to the second corner. Next measure from the second corner to where you marked on the right side.
More decorative could match the theme of your room. For example a cowboy room needs horseshoes. A princess room might need a star. An animal themed room might like an animal shaped finial. If you are going to use a curtain that covers your curtain rod you might want a decorative finial since that is all that is going to be seen. The next decision is finish or color. This one is probably a little easier of a choice. You can choose a specific color to match the walls or something in the room like a bed comforter or a decorative item. Or you could do a flat black if you do not want it to stand out. It also depends on the color of your painted walls. If you have white walls a bright color might look great with your room. Look at your curtains and the other items in your room and decide on a finish that will match or complement them.
Some also like to have light blocking curtains in the front so you have many light options for your room. Also smaller rods usually look better for the back rod. Holdbacks are convenient to use so you can pull the front curtains back to expose the window and possibly the rear curtains. You can also use rings on the front rod so the curtains are easy to move. Wands can also help with moving those front curtains. The double brackets can have different projections. Projection is how far the rods are from the wall. So you can specify where your rods are in relation to the wall depending on what curtains you are hanging and what style you want for your room and window.
Instead simply hang it up in its regular place on the shower rod and let it drip dry. The popular materials for shower curtains are vinyl fabric terry cloth and plastic and most require a liner which hangs from the rod and goes inside the bath or shower; the purpose being to keep the water inside and offer a degree of protection to the shower curtain by keeping it dry thus giving it durability. If you dont have a lot of money and you are working on a budget there are many ways to spruce up your bathroom take for instances the bathroom rod and shower curtain you can change these and create a whole different look. his style of rod is not suitable for really heavy fabric so if velvet is your thing you may look into installing a rod that has to be mounted securely in the wall.