By Arcene Alisanne. Blind. Published at Saturday, July 28th, 2018 - 15:56:26 PM.
Once you have determined the purpose to the installation it will be easy to select the right treatment. You will have to have all the accurate measurements of the windows. You should also consider the style of the room. If the style is modern traditional country or eclectic. It is also important to take into consideration the direction of sunlight and the actual color scheme of the room. There are so many different options to choose from that can make coming up with a design daunting.
When deciding what type of curtains to add to your rooms make sure to measure the windows and furniture in the room before becoming too set on one type. For instance if you have a large bed frame with large nightstands but small windows you will want to place more emphasis on making the windows grand. When you measure for a small window that is in a room with large items you will want to look for hardware that can extend past the existing window frame. This will make the window appear larger and won t allow the furniture to be the main focal point of the room any longer. With extra large windows if you want to down play them you will want to use simple window treatments to de-emphasize their size.
To install the mini blind on the inside of the window frame the first step in the procedure is to determine where the brackets will be positioned across the top of the window. Mark each spot (top middle and bottom) along the top of the window and then use a tape measure to determine the distance between each mark. Be sure to make note of the shortest length. Keep in mind that at least 1" of clearance will be required in order to successfully fasten the brackets to the inside casing.
If you would like to mount the mini blind on the outside of the window the first thing to do would be to measure the width of the window you want to cover. Keep in mind that if you have less than the required 1" of flat space on the inside casing you will have no choice but to hang your mini blind on the outside of the window frame no matter what your personal preference might be . Measure your window and be sure to add another 1 1/2" on each side to account for overhang.
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