It Is Advisable To Choose Right Curtain Bracket


    It’s also very important to ensure you select the correct style of hanging method for your needs. There are a few different variations to consider and a couple are only suitable for a select few types of curtains.

    Classic curtain poles will work with every curtain heading and are the prime choice for most people’s needs. Eyelet, pinch pleat and tab top headed curtains will all require a pole. Curtain bracket are sold as a set which include brackets, rings and screws so you can fit your curtain pole in one fell swoop.

    Net wires are ideal for hanging net curtains, due to the extremely lightweight fabric that is used. Usually the wire will be hung from eyelet hooks attached to the window frame or a net rod.

    Tension rods are ideal for mounting curtains within a window frame, needing no screws or hooks; the rod holds itself in place so is easy and fuss-free to fit.

    Curtain tracks are really only suitable for pencil pleat curtains. The downside to a track is that it will be in full view as the curtains hang beneath. Typically, curtain tracks are only available in white plastic and this can have an impact on your desired appearance. A pole will be visible too of course, but there is a wider choice of decorative options available when you choose a pole instead.

    For the majority of people a traditional curtain pole will fit the bill for your curtain needs. If you are hanging light weight or net curtains however, you will need to consider the options mentioned above.

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