Curtains. Sunday , August 13th , 2017 - 21:58:51 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.
Needless to say, there are numerous fabrics in the market that will look good on your windows. However, the decision of choosing the curtain fabric should depend on the kind of effect you want to create in your room. Silk, cotton, sheer, linen, synthetic blends, tapestry or voile can be used alone or in combination with other fabrics to produce a light and breezy or heavy and formal impression of the room.
Sheer Drapes Mounted from Ceiling If privacy is not a concern, and you want the drapes to be such that it lets you enjoy the view outside, then sheer drapes are a great option. You can use install a long and sturdy curtain rod at the upper part of the top window and then hang the drapes from it. Choose sheer drapes in a bright colors like apple green, watermelon pink or warm orange if you have a predominantly white or neutral colored dcor. Such bright colors on sheer drapes will give the room a burst of color and make it look modern and elegant. If you want the airiness that sheer drapes provide, but also want a bit of privacy, then a good idea would be to layer two sheer drapes over each other in similar color tone or contrasting colors. Since the drapes are mounted from the ceiling, it will give the room a spacious look without making it appear to stark.
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