Curtain. Sunday , March 04th , 2018 - 19:46:11 PM
Holdbacks and tiebacks serve the same purpose: to gently scoop up your curtains and hold them at the side of the window. Holdbacks are attached directly to the wall. Tiebacks are often lengths of cording, some with tassel ends that tie around the \"belly\" of your open curtains to hold them back. So here you are then, ready to make that plan, Stan, for creating a room you'll love - all by beginning with the perfect curtain rods!... Who'd a though?
Before you read further, it is confession time. We're a little biased - but for good reason. You see, some draperies are made to hang from mostly invisible curtain rods but not to all. And this is where our bias comes in: the way we figure it, if you're going to see all or part of the curtain rod at one time or another, why not pick one you love looking at? Why should you ever have to stare at a long, white metal rod (read: not pretty)? Okay, now you know our little secret, so read on -
There is one more advice for you we should mention, and its about the window frame. You can buy some wood to make two frames and fit them inside the window where your cafe curtain should go. Use the stapler, or hot glue if you have some, and set up your fabric on the window frame, lower and upper side both, to make beautiful country style curtains.
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