Sara Holder. Curtain. July 27th , 2017.
Blinds are the real winner when it comes to functionality. There adjustable stance, rod manoeuvrability can help you control the exact amount of light that enters your room. Blinds can help you obscure the view, offering the perfect amount of natural light into your home. When it comes to functionality blinds are vastly superior compared to curtains, so again, it entirely falls down to preference, décor and style.
How will your rods be hung - inside or outside the window frame? For outside the frame - on the wall: the idea here is usually to cover the window completely. Measure 2-5\" out from each side of the window trim. The total curtain rod length should be about 12\" longer than your window width. And don't be fooled: measure each window in the room - they may look the same size, but they may not be!
Now consider what kind of curtain or drape you'll be hanging. Will it be light and billowy, heavy and insulating or something in between? You guessed it: the weight of the coverings will be instrumental in choosing your rod. Maybe you want a layered look, so you'll be considering double or triple rods.
Letting professional Blind fitters London or curtain fitters London do this work and get it right is a great move by London home owners. Whether you are in the midst of a remodel or you're moving into a new residence and making the place your own to reflect style and decor, you're looking at a lengthy and detailed task that can take the inexperienced person forever to get right. The loads of time that might be wasted in your efforts, and the risk of still not getting it right and putting extra holes in your walls or window casements, can be mitigated altogether when you hire professionals like Myfitter to do the job quickly and efficiently. The money and time saved are well worth the cost of professional installation.
What are your options? You can choose from standard rods, spring-loaded rods, traverse rods, decorative rods, adjustable rods, magnetic rods, double and triple rods . . . made from brass, chrome, ivory, graphite, mahogany, teak, and walnut, plastic, metal . . . . And we haven't even mentioned color or style yet!
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