Deodata Marino Curtain Poles June 13th, 2018 - 16:19:17
It is very easy to install a magnetic curtain rod. You could choose a single or double rod and these may be had in any of three finishes brass white or off white. When you say yes to a magnetic curtain rod its the easiest thing to install or remove when you want a change of drapes or you need to launder them. Goodbye to screws bolts and arduous drilling. Magnetic rods are so sturdily built and have such powerful magnets to hold the brackets in place that they can bear the weight of the heaviest of drapes even canvas ones. They are adjustable and come in a range of sizes and cost upwards of $20.
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.
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.
Wrought iron curtain rods are easy to install and last a long time since they are made of iron. However you need to keep in mind that the thicker the rod the heavier it will be so make sure that the support brackets together with the attachments are strong enough to hold them up (with the weight of the curtain as well) and that the mounting surface is also solid enough to take on the weight. Even so they are a much better choice than wooden rods which are subjected to terrible wear and tear every time the curtains are drawn or when the curtain rings glide up and down. Since there are many designs but not many colors to choose from make sure that you make the right choice as the choice you make will be literally hanging around your home for a long time.