blinds. Friday , November 10th , 2017 - 03:38:07 AM
Most hardware retailers list the plains rods suitable for hanging fixed drapes as curtain rods. If your drapes move back and forth to open and close, you need to search for a traverse style rod. Sub-groups in this category include triple, double and single rods, which is something else you need to know before you make your purchase. Many curtain rod manufacturers produce a variety of traverse styles, including split draw and one-way draw, both left and right.
They integrate fully with the window or door, allowing the blind to operate as one with the opening ensuring the ideal combination of shade with ventilation. If you do not wish to be able to see the guide cords, consider the honeycomb and honeycomb blackout ranges. Because you're blind becomes part of your window or door you can still operate them as normal.
Before you shop for your fabric, youll need to calculate the number of dowels and the amount of fabric youll need. To figure out how many dowels you will need, divide the window height by six to nine inches, which will be the space between each dowel fold. Youll need to find a number that goes evenly into your window height. For example, if your window height is 64 inches, divide by six. Youll then need eight dowels for eight pleats. Each dowel needs 1.5 inches, so multiplied by eight, youll need an extra 12 inches of fabric. Youll also need an extra six inches of fabric to mount the shade, meaning youll need 18 extra inches for this example. Add this to your window height to get your final height. Add two inches of fabric to your window width. Now you have the size of the fabric you need. Whew!
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