Curtain bras add a nice decorative element to your window. Curtain rods keep the curtains over the window frame, a decorative finish, one at each end of the rod. Choose a design bra match curtain decoration curtain rod or accent. Being the two pieces mounted on the wall so close, they have to look good together.
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Sizes and location of the bras
The purpose of bras curtain is evident in its name: keep the curtains open to allow maximum amount of light in the room when. When the curtains are closed, the bras will remain hidden behind the curtains , they will not until they’re needed again. There are no strict rules about the correct location of the supports relative to the window opening.

 

There is, however, recommended height range, a guide. To find this range of height is the distance between the top of the window and the floor, this for curtains that extend from the curtain rod to the floor. For curtains hanging just after the bottom of the window opening, measures the distance from the top of the window to the end of the curtains . Reduce measurement between a third and half of the total distance to find the recommended height range. Fit bras anywhere within this range will look great height. Make a small mark on the wall with a pencil to indicate the upper end and the lower end of this range. Keep your bra against the wall and decide the location that is best for that set of curtains specifically. Use the same steps to place curtain bras in other windows.

 

Putting the team bras
When fitting the bras to any wall curtain is ideal to use a sturdy wall stud, this gives extra strength, especially if the curtains are made ​​of heavy materials. The bras are made ​​of metal or wood, so they are resistant. Find the studs using an electronic metal detector, if one is at the correct distance from the window, make a small mark on the wall with a pencil. Keep your bra against the wall and put a screw through each hole with a drill. If you do not find a wall stud, use plastic anchors to mount the supports to the wall. Mark the location of the holes in the wall with a pencil, drilled into the drywall and put plastic anchors into the holes. Keep bras in place on the wall anchors and screw them in place. Repeat the same procedure for the other side of the window, and each window requiring bras.