Curtains. Saturday , June 10th , 2017 - 05:00:36 AM
So let's take a look at one of the first decisions you'll make when picking out a new curtain rod: visible or invisible rods. And that requires a clarification: the invisible rods really aren't totally invisible. The mostly invisible rods are completely covered - invisible - only when the drapes or curtains are closed. When your curtains are open part of the rod is visible. In other words your curtain rod still needs to complement your decor whether it's mostly visible or mostly invisible.
There are many variations in pleated drapes; viz: goblet pleats, pencil pleats, French pleats, box pleats, and pinched pleats. The pinch pleated ones are available in double or triple folds, and are very easy to make at home.
A triple curtain rod comes with three metal arms, from which you can hang the curtains. You do not need to invest in any special brackets as these can be hung from the regular bracket on the window. They come with adjusters, using which the rod can be adjusted to fit any window size. Although, if you are really particular, you can order for the customized triple rods as well, which are specifically designed to fit a particular window. These will, however, pinch your pocket as they are way too expensive. Hence, a better idea is to go in for the adjustable triple rods which can fit in any window size. Also, if your window is very large, you can buy extenders and increase the length of the curtain rods, to match your window size.
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