Window panel curtains – Window treatments are not only to keep out the light; that add a decorative element to any room and soften rigid walls. Panels can hide unsightly or worn window trim that frames the window until the frame can be repaired. Two curtain panels usually covering a window, and metal or fabric curtain holders apart to cover the edges of the structure. The optimal placement rod positions the panels to cover the entire window when closed and most of the frame when opened.
Framing a window panel curtains, Measure the length of the window and buying the panels cover at least the entire frame. Floor-length panels provide additional length for draping. Place the mounting brackets on the wall, mark the screw holes and check the level. Brackets mounted just above the corners of the window trim, or 4 inches from glass for frame less windows. Screw the mounting screws through the brackets and into the wall. Anchors are unnecessary because they will be drilling on wooden posts that frame next to the adjustment window.
Measure and mark a point halfway between the floor and the curtain rod on both sides of the frame. Install tie – backs with mounting brackets. The curtain holders should be directly under the edge of the curtain rod. Thread the rods through the curtains and put the rods in the brackets. The curtains evenly through the window inner edges together in the center. Tire and put each panel behind the respective tie-back. Fluff the curtain until the balloons and window panel curtains during the tie-back.