How to Select Curtain rods for French doors
French Doors are the most trending design for your home decor. It is most likely and attractive comes in lots of designs that fit in your budget.
French doors are typically found on the back of a home, allowing access to outdoor areas from your kitchen, living room or bedroom.
If you have French doors in your home and you want Curtains or Curtain rods, then you better to go big!
You can really emphasize their size and presence in the room when you choose a style, pattern, and color of drapery that can be hung high above the doors themselves.
A drapery rod becomes a focal point once it is installed, and if it is installed too low it will create an optical illusion of a lower ceiling thus bringing down the height of the room.
A drapery rod installed higher makes the windows and room look taller, grander. The eye is tricked, creating the visual illusion of height.
When measuring the width of your window for curtains rods, add 25% to the measured frame or width the factor to consider when measuring the width is space needed for the stack.
When your curtains are opened, they will gather on end to expose as much of the window glass as possible to give an illusion of a larger window.
Finials. Be sure to consider the extra space required for decorative finials, as the rod measurement will not include the additional width added by each finial.
Finials come in a wide range of sizes, from 1.5 inches to 6.
If you have wall in one end then use wall bracket to hang the curtain rods
When measuring the width of your window for curtains, For a draped look, the curtain should be 2 times as wide as the curtain rods.
If you're choosing curtains for a common area like a living room or sun room, opt for sheer curtains to allow more light into the space.
Use a blackout curtains in room where you want more privacy or less natural light, such as a bedroom or in your theater room.
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