Living room window curtains to maximize the natural light in a space, but these strangely shaped windows present a challenge when it comes to hanging windows treatments. Common curtain bars will not work, and if they are, the result is often uncomfortable. This type of window requires a special type of curved curtain rod that encompasses both windows, so drapes hang well and can still be opened and closed easily without any big gaps in the corner break.
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Determine where you want your brackets for your living room window curtains rod to go. Ideally, the consoles extend an inch away from the window frame and attach to the wall, not the frame. Mark with a pen where each console will go. Fit the consoles. Most curtain bars come with hardware, or you can buy it separately. Use screws for better grip in the wall. Insert the upper screw and then lower it. Make sure the bracket is straight. Repeat with the other console.
Put the rod through the living room window curtains. Separate the rod into two pieces. Feed one end through a curtain panel. Set this aside. Feed the other end through the other panel. Fix the two pieces of the bar in the center. Hang the curtains. Attach one side to the console. Make sure it catches completely. It helps to have someone else hold the other end of the bar while attaching the first page. Repeat with the other side. Arrange the curtains. Drag a panel over a window and the other panel over the other window. They should meet in the corner. Straighten out tops each curtain panel should be centered and not compact within any area.