Curtains. Thursday , January 05th , 2017 - 21:00:33 PM
To begin, hold the blind up to the window near the top and use a pencil to make a mark at both the ends of the head rail, this will let you know where to mount the installation bracket.
1. Choose a Fabric Buy a fabric of your choice to make eyelet curtains. Depending on the room for which it is, choose a color and fabric, there are also many interesting curtain patterns. It is always better to go in for a lightweight or medium weight fabric, such as sheer cotton, linen, organza and lace. If the fabric is too heavy, the eyelet tape may not be able to withstand the weight of the fabric. If you want a heavy fabric in particular, then remember to take eyelets and a tape accordingly.
For a professional look, add dimension to your window treatments. This can be drawing interest to the curtain rod rather than the curtains themselves. Many professional window covering installers use the technique of adding several different textures to a window. This could be using a shade or blind in the background then adding a curtain on top. Different colours and textures can help make any window look bigger, brighter, and beautiful. Different rod levels and depths will also help increase the dimensions of a window treatment.
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