Curtains. Thursday , November 17th , 2016 - 18:00:41 PM
Before you actually start hanging up vertical blinds, you need to ensure that you have everything you need in order to hang up the blinds. For the process of hanging up vertical blinds you will need a tape measure, a level, a drill, a screwdriver, marker or pencil, the blinds, and studs or brackets. Before you actually start hanging up the blinds you need to take the proper measurements for the blinds. Vertical blinds are either hung on inside mounts or outside mounts and depending on what type of mounts you choose, the method of measurement will differ. For an inside mount, you need to measure the width of the inside of the window at the top, middle, and the bottom and use the shortest width. The shortest height is taken into consideration after measuring the height at the right, center, and left. You will also need to measure the depth of the window frame. Normally you need a depth of at least two and a half inches. For the outside mounts, you will need to measure the width, across the window and then add four inches on each side. Ensure that you leave about half an inch of clear space at the bottom. The height of the window can be measured by measuring the center of the window from the top to bottom. Ensure that you add six inches to the height that you have measured. Once you have decide on the type of mount you want to use, follow the simple instructions given here to learn how to hang vertical blinds.
Planning to redo your home? Then you must have decided the type of flooring, wall colors, and furniture to be placed in. What about the window treatments? No need to mention that this plays a major role in the overall appearance of your house once the rest of the interior decorating is done. So, what have you decided to use for gracing the doors and windows, curtains and drapes? You can have classic and elegant looking blinds for them. These are available in a huge variety, and you can choose from these the style that goes well with your home decor.
Holdbacks and tiebacks serve the same purpose: to gently scoop up your curtains and hold them at the side of the window. Holdbacks are attached directly to the wall. Tiebacks are often lengths of cording, some with tassel ends that tie around the "belly" of your open curtains to hold them back.
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