How do you hang curtains in a corner window?
To hang curtains in a corner window, start by hanging two single rods at the same height on each window. Be sure there is enough room between the brackets and the wall to create an actual L with the rods in the corner.
Can you get curtain poles that go around corners?
Our nifty curtain rods allow panel curtains to span any length and they can even go around corners. We offer many choices of curtain hooks and rings, and finials, to complete the look. The hardware may be simple, but the possibilities are almost endless.
How do you measure a corner curtain rod?
Measure from the outside edge of the outermost curtain bracket to the corner-side edge of the corner bracket on one window. Add 2 inches to this measurement and cut a curtain rod to this length. Measure the remaining window in the same way, and cut the rod for it.
How do you dress a window in a corner?
How to dress a corner window
- Drapes. Hang them so that when they are pulled, the windows are free from any obstruction.
- Easiest solution: window shades.
- Should you opt for valances, they won’t give you privacy, but they can be made to beautifully finish your room.
How does a corner curtain rod work?
When two windows are adjacent but separated by a corner, dressing them with one window treatment pulls them together visually and can help make both the windows and the room seem larger. In order to allow the drapery fabric to hug the corner, you will connect two separate drapery rods with a flexible corner connector.
Can you put tension rods in a corner?
Use a tension rod in a tiny corner to maximize the space and hang some jewelry. This works well in a bedroom too if you have the right spot for it.
Should curtain touch the floor?
Yes, curtains should be long enough to touch the floor. With a few exceptions, the longer the curtains are the more stylish and elegant it will look. This is why most standard ready-made curtains are lengthy. But the reality is that various decorating styles use different curtain lengths.
What blinds are best for corner windows?
Shading options for corner windows Popular products for corner windows include Roller blinds, Honeycell Duette® and Curtains with curved tracks. Other solutions used include Roman and Venetian blinds. With planning, these products can be flush or concealed to minimize the visual impact when not required.