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Giuseppina Sal Curtain Holdbacks July 02nd, 2018 - 14:01:41
Find out how far out from your window they extend and youll have an easy-breezy time hanging your rod - you wont need anchors or cussing or lots of beer later. How do you do this? Youve gotta have a stud finder. Its an electronic gadget you can get at a hardware store for $10-50. You really only need an inexpensive one if youre just hanging curtain rods and the occasional wall hanging. Follow the instructions to find your studs and then mark your spots. If youre not going to mess around with a stud finder be sure to attach your rods very close to the window trim - youll more than likely find a stud there.
These differences are minor for the most part in terms of functionality; however in the design aspect and the incorporation of these accessories into pre-existing themes these differences can make or break a deal. The first major difference between curtain rod rings opposed to drapery rings is the fact that these accessories are rarely ever manufactured in wood. Wooden rings tend to be aimed more so towards specific elements in rustic and country themes in rooms that exhibit drapery. Aside from that comes the fact that most wood rings are simply not functional in the bathroom setting for a long period of time.
The whole process will only take about 15 minutes. 1. Measure 4 inches above your window then mark it. This is the location where you will place the rod brackets. Check that when the curtain rods are installed these will be placed at least one to two inches outside the window frame. Take note that there are at least two mounting holes per bracket which are needed to be marked. 2. Drill holes for the screws then insert tox in each hole to secure the screw firmly. 3. Screw all the brackets to the walls. 4. Place now the inner curtain rod to the mounting brackets followed by the second rod. Check that the rods are properly placed in the brackets. Now you can placed your favorite colorful and decorative curtains to make your window area look rich and elegant.
If they will not be going all the way to the floor then they should hit about six inches below the window for full coverage of the window. Measure where the wrought iron curtain rods should be mounted based on the measurements of your curtains. Using a power drill mount the brackets directly into the wood stud within that four inch area on either side of the window. This will be the most difficult part of the process. Once the brackets are installed it is just a matter of putting the rod where it fits into the brackets and installing the finials if any to the ends of the rods.