Curtain. Saturday , September 23rd , 2017 - 01:51:30 AM
Before you read further, it is confession time. We're a little biased - but for good reason. You see, some draperies are made to hang from mostly invisible curtain rods but not to all. And this is where our bias comes in: the way we figure it, if you're going to see all or part of the curtain rod at one time or another, why not pick one you love looking at? Why should you ever have to stare at a long, white metal rod (read: not pretty)? Okay, now you know our little secret, so read on -
You can even choose from the wide variety of curtain hanging materials and blinds plus hanging equipment that MyFitter can provide should you want to obtain your materials and equipment direct from them. They will always have samples on hand for you to review and choose from when they are with you for consultation. You can always count on your Myfitter representative to provide the best customer service experience you could have, and you can rest easy knowing there are no extra charges or hidden fees with Myfitter - give them a call and let them take the hassle out of blind fitting London off your plate.
Back to that question: how do you know whether to pick visible or invisible? Let's ask another question first: what kind of window coverings are you using? Like we said, some curtains require the invisible rod called a traverse rod. Pleated drapes are made to attach to hooks that hang from this curtain rod and open-and-close by pulling the cord hanging down one side. So if you've got pleated draperies you've already got your answer: use the traverse curtain rod.
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