Curtains. Sunday , December 04th , 2016 - 18:00:33 PM
Back to that question: how do you know whether to pick visible or invisible? Let's ask another question first: what kind of window coverings are you using? Like we said, some curtains require the invisible rod called a traverse rod. Pleated drapes are made to attach to hooks that hang from this curtain rod and open-and-close by pulling the cord hanging down one side. So if you've got pleated draperies you've already got your answer: use the traverse curtain rod.
The top-down feature is another factor which makes cellular shades better than the usual kind. You can lower the shade so that the light can come in, while still maintaining your privacy. And, of course, there's the bottom-up feature to raise the blinds from the bottom. The cordless feature is another option for extra safety. This technique does not require a lift cord, just a touch of the finger is enough to raise or lower the blind. For windows that are hard to reach, you can add a remote-controlled sensor on each shade. With the help of the remote, you can control the shades from a distance of 20 to 30 feet away, and raise or lower them as you see fit.
So how do you narrow all these options down to the perfect curtain rod for your window? It's not as hard as it sounds. Like most projects you'll need to have a plan, so start deciding - -
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