Curtains. Tuesday , July 25th , 2017 - 08:00:37 AM
When deciding on a curtain rod design, you may be surprised at the abundance of choice. Double, as well as standard rods are common. Drapery hardware such as tie backs, curtain shelf brackets, curtain rings and others may add to a decision dilemma. To help you decide, picture your wall coloring and texture. What look are you going for? Dramatic or more subdued? Drapery hardware size is another major factor. Again decide if you are aiming for a "statement" or a more cohesive blend? Once you get home, hold your items against the wall and window you want to cover. If you are at all unhappy, or course return them and try again!
Once you know what kind of room you have and whether a lighter or heavier window treatment will look better, then you can move on to choosing colours and patterns. Some people choose to match their curtains to a sofa that they have in the room. This is a great idea for rooms that do not contain much colour. However, if the room is papered and the sofa is a dark colour or bold pattern, then this is not such a good idea. The blinds or other coverings should not be the focal point of a room. In general, the smaller the room the smaller the window coverings should be.
Do you want your curtain rod exposed or hidden by the curtains? If it's exposed it should match the room's style and d'cor, so look around the room to figure that out. (A lot of you don't have to do that; you just know your style. But there are others'.)
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