Werknesh Vidya. Curtains. June 05th , 2017.
When you purchase blinds, the first thing to remember is that they must be waterproof. It does not matter whether these come in contact with water or not, they must be suitable for moist and humid condiions. In shower areas, there is a lot of moisture which slowly damages the coverings which are not waterproof. You can also pick ones which slightly reduce the light entering this area. In any case, privacy is the main concern and shades must be chosen so that they provide complete privacy.
There are many enchanting designs, such as star, plant and animal motifs to match any home decor with wrought iron curtain rods and wrought iron drapery hardware. In other words, you can mix and match them with nearly any other type of home furnishings, or you can use them to flatter the home decor you already have.
You would then need to position the brackets on the wall, and mark around the outside edge using a pencil. The next step is hammering a nail into the wall where the screws are supposed to be put. The curtain shower curtain rod set would have screws if mounting on a stud, or drywall anchors if mounting solely on a drywall.
'First decide if you want a track or a pole 'It's best to use a metal tape measure as it will be more accurate 'Your track or pole should be placed approximately 15cm (6") above your window top and should be wider than your window by approximately 15-20cm (6-8") 'Measure the width of your track or pole excluding the finials (decorative endings on poles). Do not measure the window 'Add an extra 2.5cm (1") to your track/pole measurement. This will allow for your curtains to overlap in the middle when they are closed so as not to let in any light or draught
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