What size curtain bracket do I need?

Use the largest of the three as your window’s width. If you don’t have much space to either side of your window, look for a curtain rod that is the same width as your window. However, if space permits, we recommend that your curtain rod extend five inches past your window on either side.

How do you measure for curtain rod brackets?

It is measured from the back of the curtain rod/drapery to the wall/window. Projection is the measurement of the full extension of the curtain rod bracket, front to back, from the mounting plate to the outer point/end. It is measured from the front of the bracket back to the wall.

How much weight can a curtain rod bracket hold?

Divide the weight by the required rod width to get the amount of weight per foot and choose a rod, based on the manufacturer’s information, that will accommodate this weight. For example, if the curtains weigh 50 pounds, and the required rod width is 12 feet, the rod must hold just over 4 pounds per foot.

How far should curtain rod extend past bracket?

Curtain rods should extend at least 3 to 6 inches past the window frame. Just as hanging curtains above the window frame makes the window appear taller, Bob Vila writes that extending the curtain rod past the window frame makes the window appear wider.

What can I use for curtain rod brackets?

An old piece of fence or a coatrack that you don’t use any longer is a great way to create your own DIY curtain rod. Just take a section of fence or rack and hang a few hooks on it to hold your curtains. This is a great rustic décor idea and a really cheap one, too.

What is a standard curtain rod size?

Curtain Rod Lengths The most standard sizes you’ll find in stores are 28-48 inches, 48-84 inches, 66-120 inches or 120-170 inches. These ready-made options cater to most common window sizes, but it’s best to purchase adjustable rods that can accommodate a broader range of window sizes.

What is the best way to hang heavy curtains?

Use longer screws or nails The best way to do this is to install the brackets with longer screws or longer nails. The extra length helps distribute the weight of the curtains further into the plasterboard, making it the joint sturdier than the screws used in traditional window installation.

How do you hang heavy wide curtains?

If you hang heavy curtains and find that your rod is still sagging in the center, there are two methods to fix it:

  1. Install a center bracket. Drill a third bracket underneath the center of your curtain rod to provide more support.
  2. Buy a stronger curtain rod.

How do you reinforce long curtain rods?

To reinforce your curtain rod brackets and secure your curtain rod, try these methods: Use curtain rod anchors or longer screws….

  1. Use Curtain Rod Anchors or Longer Screws.
  2. Use a Thicker or More Durable Curtain Rod.
  3. Install Center Support Brackets.

What is the maximum length of Curtain Poles?

We have an excellent range of extra long curtain poles in both metal and wood that don’t just stop at 300cm. Some ranges go up to 600cm. To make it easier to find we have separated the extra long wood curtain poles from the extra long metal curtain poles .

What are curtain brackets?

Curtain brackets are an important piece of hardware in any home. You can choose brackets that match the finish and style of your curtain rod and rings for a pulled-together look.

What are the different types of Curtain Poles?

Other Curtain Poles Heavy Weight Bay Window Double Extendable Extra Long Eyelet All Curtain Poles Shop By Diameter 28mm 35mm 45mm 48mm Finials Metal Wooden All Finials

How do I choose the best curtain rod brackets?

Consider replacing your old curtain rods with new decorative rods and curtain rod brackets. Sturdy curtain rod brackets are made to support even the heaviest drapes. If you’d like to hang a set of sheer curtains behind your drapes, double curtain rod brackets can accommodate two rods, and many are adjustable for the diameter of the rod you choose.