Before we start sewing curtains, let's think, where they will be suspended, The choice of the method of hanging and the shirring tape also determines the dimensions of the curtain. Various types of curtain rods are used for hanging: visible metal or wooden poles or bars, and also rails, mostly made of plastic, hidden behind the top edge of the curtain, behind a lambrequin or a cornice.
RODS AND RODS
These simple curtain rods with the appropriate rings and end caps are available in a wide selection of wood species – painted and natural, and the ones made of brass and iron. They enable decorative hanging of curtains and curtains. They can only be used for straight holes.
The thickness of the rod or rod should be selected according to the weight of the fabric. Rods and poles are usually attached to the wall with two side supports. However, if we are going to hang heavy or wide curtains, it is good to put an additional bracket in the center.
Wooden bars are equipped with various decorative endings, which prevent the wheels from slipping. These bars can be attached to the wall with wall holders and supports, and they can also be inserted into the side supports.
BRASS RODS AND RODS
Of all types of rods and poles for hanging curtains, those made of brass are produced in the largest selection of diameters You can therefore choose the right one for all types of fabrics – from the lightest curtains to heavy ones, insulating curtains. Like wooden bars, they can be mounted on supports protruding from the wall or in side handles.
FORGED IRON BARS
Iron, just like brass, has become a popular material for curtain rods. Often times, iron bars are forged to order and these have a special charm, emphasized by fancy endings. The iron bars are usually strong, although they are very small in diameter. This allows them to be used for curtains with straight tunnels on the top edge, without the use of suspension rings.