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There are several things you will need to consider before hanging a curtain rod. First figure out the style of window treatment you want the height and width of the window space you would like to cover with curtains the height of the curtain heading and the height of the hardware you will use to hang the curtains on the rod such as hooks tabs or rings. The style of window dressing you want is vital and for this you should consider the overall interior design theme of your room the type and shape of windows in your home whether you want to fully cover the window or allow a little sunlight during the day as well as the level of privacy you desire.
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.
Curtain Rods are a device that is usually used to suspend curtains above windows or wherever the curtains might be used. They can be made using various materials such as wood plastic metal etc. They come in a variety of styles and designs and are available from numerous companies. The installation of curtain rods is very easy and do not need a specialist to install. The prices vary according to the size and quality of the rods. They can also be made at home by using common household items. The following are a few ideas of making them at home: 1. Inspired By Nature Some rods can be made by using a tree branch.
Some of the things you will need are the rod its end caps brackets and fasteners measuring tape pencil screws plastic wall anchors or toggle bolts power drill and screw driver. The brackets are the parts that hold the curtain rod. These are also of various shapes and styles but normally they are just screwed on the wall to keep them secure. For this purpose you will need the help of a power drill to penetrate the wall whether it is a concrete or wooden type of wall. Two brackets will be enough to hold a curtain rod but they have to be properly screwed on the wall to ensure that the rod will stay in place and carry the weight of your curtain securely without danger of falling off any time into the future.