How to Hang Double Curtains Without a Double Rod – Layering
One vital element in the home is windows. If covered properly, windows can beautify the interior of the home and allow for the entrance of light beams. Layering your curtains can serve the purpose of an interior design for your room.
The following steps are easy ways to layer your curtains with just a rod:
Dressing your windows using two-panel curtain pairs or more in other to dress your windows is referred to as layering. Most times, people make use of two different styles for layering. It usually consists of a combination of sheer curtains and solid patterned ones.
The sheer curtains are placed to occupy the middle portion of the rod, while the main ones are placed to the curtains’ edges. The outcome of this positioning is a unique style. Panels fixed at the rod’s end look like they were put on a distinct rod; they also shield against excess sunlight.
This look can be achieved by simply sliding one of the main curtains’ panels to the rod. Adjust it to the extreme to make more room for extra panels. When you are done with this, include two sheer panels to the rod. How many sheer panels you add is greatly dependent on what you want; then slide and adjust the main panel.
When you make use of the four-panel method above will make closing your curtains quite difficult. The sheers that were put to occupy the middle part of the rod stop the main ones from moving. Privacy and the amount of light that you enjoy are greatly determined by the sheers you pick.
Window treatments that employ sheers with lace patterns or prints help filter off the light, improving privacy in the room.
Sheer curtains can be replaced with light-colored curtains, which are complementary to the main ones. The room’s privacy is maintained, and the light-colored area gives the room a chic style feel. With this method, very minimal natural light would get into your room.
Here six panels are used alongside three styles for the layering. Here a solid-colored curtain is chosen to anchor at the window’s edges. When choosing the second curtain, the anchor curtain’s patterns should be considered as there should be a color-match. This second curtain should consist of a fun pattern.
The third pattern/style should be a sheer curtain. Make use of a white curtain as the complementary one for the other two curtains.
It is advisable, to begin with, the panel that is solid-colored. Push it to the edge of the rod in other to make room for the remaining panels. After that, add the patterned curtain. After this, two sheered panels should be included, and lastly, include the solid panel at the edge.
Proceed to adjust the panels in other to get a finally neat look. The outcome would be an amazing mixture of textures and color gradients. It is most suited for windows with an extended breadth. This method makes a small window appear untidy and squeezed if applied to it.
Bungee Cord Style
Lovers of fun and thrill, who often jump off cliffs or bridges seem to be how we interpret the word “bungee cord” in our minds. In this post, the cords we are talking about are powerful and much smaller. These Bungee Cords are produced from a strong elastic cord, covered with plastic material and colorful fabric/cloth.
Due to their resistance to damage, these cords are the best fit for windows. Two curtain panel pairs are needed for bungee cords to be used effectively. These pairs are standard and sheer panels.
Place the sheer panels onto the cords in other to make bungee cords create a layered look. Proceed to slide the cord through the regular openings for rods in other to get this outcome. After that, make use of the hooks provided in the window brackets to hold each cord. Make sure that the cord is firmly secured, and then make some adjustments to the sheers.
Making use of a double-sized hook is another means by which a layered appearance can be gotten by using a single rod. This method is mostly used to design shower curtains in bathrooms, yet it can be applied to other rooms. These double-sided hooks have hooks on the two opposite sides, making it easy to hold two curtain panels on at the same time.
An important factor to consider in making your choice is the hooks’ ability to sustain and bear the curtains’ weight without being ruined.