Curtains. Friday , July 28th , 2017 - 00:00:44 AM
Where you use these rods completely depends on your choice. It could be in a living room based on a tropical theme, or even as a shower curtain rod. As mentioned earlier, this simple rod in itself can add that much-needed jazz or appeal to your space without having to invest too much in it. Use appropriate curtains to go with these them, depending on their color and style, and you will be able to give your room a makeover in a matter of minutes.
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.
First and foremost, you need to decide on a level line. Draw a line above the window or the door to decide the level at which the top of your blinds will be placed. Even if the window or door top is not level, the blinds still need to be level.
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