Curtains. Monday , December 19th , 2016 - 17:00:47 PM
A few years ago, the alternatives to vertical blinds were limited. Now, we have an array of options to choose from. I will list a few contemporary alternatives, which will add panache to your home.
You can make bay window curtain rods with the help of big sturdy branches or stumps cut out of trees. While using branches to make bay window curtain rods, there are a few things that you need to keep in mind. Use branches that are relatively straight and sturdy and hang curtains that are made in some light material. To make curtain rods with branches, you need to hunt for three branches that are long enough to cover the entire width of the windows. Avoid using soft wood for this project as it will not be able to bear the weight of the curtains. Once you have found the branches, cut or trim them with a saw into the required shape and length. Now lightly sand the branches with a fine grit sandpaper and paint them with spray paint in a neutral color. When the paint is dry, mount the three branch rods on the three window casement of the bay window. Voila! Your branch bay window curtain rods are ready to mount on the brackets. You can hang tab-top or tie-top curtains for best results.
Waterproof blinds are surely a smart choice to add long-lasting beauty along with privacy. Also remember that the vertical blinds are best avoided as you cannot get complete privacy with most of these. Horizontal and roll ups, along with those in overlapping slats, are the best. Go for colors to match your bathroom decor theme and add a new style element to it. Placing a few small plants around the window will enhance its look. Checkout the huge variety available before you decide on one.
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