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How to Choose the Right Curved Curtain Rod from Your Shutters and Drapery Service
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Curved curtain rods supplied by a reputable shutters and drapery shop are excellent for bay, arched, bow, and corner windows. They’re specially made to fit these types of windows. Choosing the best one, however, can be tricky. To determine the best rods, you’ll need to think where you want them installed, how much weight you are going to hang onto them, how much money you are looking to spend on them, and whether or not you want to put them up yourself.
One of the first decisions before you purchase curved curtain rods is where you are looking to install them. The obvious place is above windows obviously, but these rods can be used in different parts of a house. Many people use these rods on their showers or to highlight their beds. Where you want to use them will affect the kind of rod you can and should buy. For instance, rods that will be used in showers or curtains are best bought inexpensively from hardware stores; however, rods you will be using on windows could be custom made to fit in with the design of them and your room.
The most popular method to highlight a curved curtain rod is to put curtains on it. You also have the option to use valances or window scarves. You can also find many choices from your local shutters and drapery shop. The kind of window dressing you choose is entirely up to you and can depend on preference, but the design of your window will also come into the equation. A curved curtain rod made from wrought iron or aluminium more money, than the ones found in stores. These particular types are more durable and sturdy to handle heavier drapery material.
Another solution for people who want to put up a curved curtain rod is to purchase bendable rods. The flexibility of these and the tracks allow you to do the adjustments needed to cover your windows. These kinds of rods work well for people who are looking to save money by putting them up themselves. Some even come with instructions. So if you’re interested in buying bendable rods and tracks, note that they do come with weight restrictions which have to be factored into your choice of curtains.