Deodata Marino Curtain Poles June 13th, 2018 - 16:17:19
Make sure the mounting brackets for the rod will fit on your door. A popular curtain for patio doors is sheers. They let the light in but still give you some privacy. If you need light blocking or want something more decorative there are many styles of curtains sold for standard patio door sizes. Some cafe curtain rods even allow for rings to go on them so you have more choices for curtains. The last step is to slide the curtains on and install the rod. If you are unsure of how to install the rods ask your home improvement store about your type of door and what type of screws or fasteners you should use. Once installed you will have an attractive window covering and curtain rods for your patio doors.
Read and follow the directions on the set carefully so you will not have a hard time doing it. Insert the rod inside the curtain. For your curtain make sure to use the right fabric for your window. Some common fabrics are velvet sheer and silk. And also pick a cloth that is right not just for the theme but also for the weather. For cold season thick fabrics are in while for hot weather light linen is the best. Window plays an integral part in the overlook of the house. Transforming its look once in awhile is necessary. The enhancements do not have to be expensive. Placing lovely valances or using window clips for accents are great suggestions. As long as you are using double curtain rods you will not run out of lovely home renovation ideas.
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.
Brackets will be necessary to hang your drapery rods. Depending on how long your sections of rods are dictates how many brackets you will need. You usually will need at least one bracket per corner in addition to one bracket on each end of the rod. Along with finials rings are also available if your curtains require them for hanging. Other accessories to use with your corner rods are holdbacks to drape your curtains back and wands to help move the curtains along the curtain rod. Corner rods can be manufactured a few different ways. One of the most popular ways is to have a rod for each section and connect them using connectors welded at the correct angle. Corner rods can also be welded or attached together at the correct angle in one piece. This is only feasible for shorter rods since it is in one piece.