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    Do-it-yourself: Measurements of your Curtains

    Decorating your bare windows and doors with curtains is not something you undertake daily. Therefore, we are sure you need guidance on how to measure the dimensions for your curtain.

    If you have a curtain rod mounted

    The length of the curtain rod gives you the width of your curtain. The length from the curtain rod to the lowest point till where you want your curtain to fall is the length of your curtain.

    For sheer curtains, the width is same as the length of the sheer curtain rod. The distance from the mount of the sheer curtain rod to the lowest point till where you want your sheer to fall gives you the length of your sheer. The sheer curtains can fall to the sill or below the sill if you are using them with the curtains. However, sheer curtains should terminate one inch above your main curtains. In case, they are standalone, they can fall to the floor but should terminate one inch above the floor. This is because the light colored sheers might get dirty by touching the floor constantly.

    If you do not have a curtain rod mounted

    To measure the width, ensure that you add 6 to 8 inches on either side of the window or door frame. This leaves adequate space for the curtains to gather and clear the window completely. This also ensures that no outside light enters from the sides when you draw the curtains to cover the windows.

    Curtain Measurement

    To measure the length, measure the mount (where the rod will be fitted), 6 to 8 inches above the frame. From the mount you can choose whether you want the curtain to fall to the sill, below the sill, or to the floor. In case of door curtains, you need to measure from the mount to the floor. Sheers used with curtains generally terminate one inch above the main curtain.

    • For curtains falling to the sill, measure the length from the mount to half inch above the sill if you want the outside light to enter. However, if you do not want the outside light to enter, measure the length from the mount to 1 inch below the sill.
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    • For curtains falling below the sill, measure the length from the mount to 6 inches below the sill.
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    • For curtains falling down to the floor, measure the length from the mount to 1 inch above the ground to avoid curtains touching the floor.
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    Curtain Heading Style

    The type of stitch defines much about how the drape will hang. So, you need to understand different types of available curtain headings for the curtains before choosing any one kind. Some curtain heading styles require more fabric which might increase the cost of your drape. Following are the common styles for the curtain headings.

    EYELET CURTAINS:

    Also known as chrome ring top curtains, come with metal holes at the top of curtain heading which make them easy to hang. Also metal rings are able to withstand lined curtain or heavy fabric like velvet easily.

    PINCH PLEATED CURTAINS:

    Also known as French-pleat curtains are traditional drapes with three equal pleats pinched together to form a bigger pleat at the top. These pleats add volume and fullness to the drapes. You can use any type of fabric for this type; however stitching these curtains may require more material due to more number of pleats.

    CLASSIC TAB CURTAINS:

    (or) Tab Top curtains are hung from the equally spaced tabs or flat loops created with the same fabric as the drape and suits all types of fabrics. While buying the fabric, always remember to buy a bit extra for creating the loops. These are ideal for any casual setting.

    FLAT PANEL CURTAINS:

    These are probably simplest to stitch by boarding the fabric for all the four hems. It has a slot created on the top which is open on both ends for the clip- on rings to go through and you can simple hang them on the rod.

    INVERTED PLEAT CURTAINS:

    As the name suggests, have the pleats on the backside, hidden behind the flat front. They give a gender neutral feel and are very contemporary in style.

    RIPPLE FOLD CURTAINS:

    These have equally spaced holders which make the fabric form smooth curves. It gives a clean look from both sides of the window. However, it is not ideal for areas where you want complete blackout because there is little space left from where the outside light comes in. Now that you understand the basics of all the curtain heading styles, you can choose the one that will define your windows and doors best.

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    All you want to know about the Curtain Fabrics

    Stepping into a house without the drapes always feels odd. Bare doors and windows are surely no fun. Even to the eyes that cannot appreciate interior decoration, the house without curtains looks empty, insecure, and exposed. The drapes add that warm and cozy feel to the house; protecting the personal space from the eyes of the outsiders. It clearly dresses up the room.

    It’s not mandatory to have jazzy or colorful curtains adorn your house. Light sober colors also add elegance to the room and speak volumes about the personality of the inhabitants. Though you can choose the color of the curtain as per your personal liking, the choice of curtain fabric requires a deeper understanding.

    The lighter fabrics cannot block light and might not be suitable for the bedrooms as they cannot block the outside light and noise. However, you might consider using lighter fabrics in the rooms you want sunlight to enter and give an airy feel.

    • Cotton is a light weight soft fabric which is quite commonly used for curtains in various households due to its affordability. It can be machine washed but does wrinkle easily and may shrink. Cotton is breathable and hence lets the air circulate. Therefore, it needs to be ironed after washing. As Cotton curtains have become quite a rage to give ethnic look the houses. Cotton can be dyed using both synthetic and natural dyes. Some people prefer natural dyes as the curtains then are more environmental friendly.
    • Linen is another natural fabric produced from the stalk of flax plant. It is much lighter than cotton in weight. While cotton may show signs of wear and tear after 3 to 5 years of use, linen usually becomes softer and glossier with proper wash and care. As it is more durable, it is more expensive also. It has high moisture absorbency, breathable, retains shape and is environment friendly. It protects against UV radiation and provides thermal insulations also. Due to all these reasons, it is highly recommended to use linen for curtains.
    • Polyester is a man-made fabric, light weight and strong at the same time, making it ideal for the curtains. It does not wrinkle, retains its shape. As it is synthetic, it is cheaper than natural fabrics. It can be machine washed and dries quickly. However, polyester does not let the air pass through it and hence blocks the fresh outside air. It is also inflammable as it is a polymer; thereby making it unfit for kitchens.
    • Silk is obtained from silkworms through the process of sericulture. It is the strongest of the natural fabrics and is also most expensive. Silk has a paradoxical ability to be warm in winters and cool in summers. It absorbs the moisture well and dries quickly. It takes the color well; however, it may fade with time if exposed to direct sunlight. It provides unique elegant and rich feel to the window. However, it is expensive to clean and care for silk.
    • Cotton Linen the name suggests, it is blend of cotton and linen. By blending the two fabrics, the property of fabric is enhanced. Cotton linen is stronger and more durable than pure cotton; however it is cheaper than pure linen. It is also a light weight fabric and gives an airy feel to the room.
    • Polyester cotton or Polycotton is a blend of cotton and polyester and is highly durable. Polycotton is more breathable than polyester and is comparatively wrinkle resistant as compared to cotton. It is cheaper than cotton and preferred when you need to put decent drapes in budget.
    • Spun Polyester or Polyspun is a manmade fabric created by spinning polyster fibres into yarns. It hangs well and shapes well due to its weight. It feels soft like cotton and also breathes like cotton; thereby letting the air circulate properly. Polyspun lasts longer than polycotton, does not wrinkle or shrink, and does not stain or fade.
    • Viscose also known as rayon; made from wood pulp cellulose. It is synthetically created alternative to silk. It therefore gives a luxurious, silky, and soft look at a cheaper price than silk; and hangs well also. It can respire like cotton. However, it is wrinkle and shrink prone. When wet it lacks strength and therefore should not be machine washed.
    • Polyviscose is a blended fabric made using polyester and viscose. As viscose lacks strength when wet, it’s wet strength increases by blending it with polyester. Polyviscose fabric is durable like polyester and soft and silky like viscose.
    • Cotton Viscose is blended with cotton, it is called Cotton Viscose. Viscose blended with cotton has improved luster and softness. It also breathes better and becomes more durable. Cotton viscose blend is perfect for bright colored cost efficient curtains.
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    Choose Lining

    Unless you are using a substantially thick material for curtains, lining them is mostly not optional. Yet, more often than not while you spend tonnes of time in selecting the fabric of curtains or drapes for your home, you do not spend enough time in researching the lining. However, the fact is if that inner layer of lining is not of good quality, your curtains are not going to hang as elegantly as you thought they would. Lining adds life to the curtains, covers the rough edges, and provides better finishing to the hems and sides. If your fabric is ultra- thin and flimsy, lining can do wonders to how your curtain hangs. Some of the commonly used materials for lining the curtains are as follows:

    Polyester Lining: Polyester is a man-made fabric, light weight and strong at the same time, making it ideal for lining the curtains. It is perfect when you want your curtains to be durable without being too heavy. Polyester lining provides better shape and structure to your drape. It is easy to care for fabric as it is resistant to creases and shrinking, dries quickly, retains colour and can be machine washed. It is popular because it offers all these features yet it is very cost

    Black out Lining: As the name suggests, blackout lining is an opaque fabric used to block the sunlight. It helps in keeping the room dark and is ideal for day sleepers. It provides moderate insulation by insulating the windows; thereby keeping the rooms cool in summers and warm in winters. As this material is mostly made of foam, it gives more body and structure to the curtains when they hang.

    Blackout lining with interlining : It is similar to blackout lining as it also blocks out the sunlight and helps in keeping the room dark. However, it is more efficient in doing that because of an extra layer of interlining that hangs between the curtain and the lining. So, besides providing thermal insulation and protecting against sunlight damage, it also helps in blocking out the outside noise and keeps your home unperturbed from the noise.

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    Things that hang your curtain: All about the Hardware

    While the fabric is the most visible part of the curtains, choosing the hardware components often provides the finishing touches to the windows or doors.

    • Curtain rod is a device used to suspend or hang curtains which generally comes with a decorative finial attached. Drawing the curtains open makes the rod visible and therefore ensure it goes well with both the curtains and the window.

    • Curtain bracket is the metal or plastic piece attached to the wall or casing to support the curtain rod. Each rod has two brackets attached to it on either side of the rod.

    • Finials are the decorative pieces found at the either end of the rod. They come in various shapes, designs and materials. Copper or bronze finials give a rich elegant look to your window.

    • Rings are attached to the window and help in closing and opening the curtains easily. Depending on the curtain heading style, they might be visible or not.

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    Curtain measurement guide

    Determine the measurements of your door curtains by performing the following steps:

    1. Measure the length of the curtain rod to determine the width of the curtain.

    Note: Once you provide us with the length of your curtain rod, we calculate how many curtains of a particular heading style would be required to cover your door.

    1. To measure the height of your curtain, measure the distance from the curtain rod to the lowest point where you want your curtain to fall.

    1. Determine the lowest point of your curtains:

    If you want curtains to...

    Then measure the height from the curtain rod to ...

    touch the floor

    the floor and add 1 inch to it

    not touch the floor

    1 inch above the floor

    You can refer the illustrations below:

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    Curtain measurement guide

    Determine the measurements of your door curtains by performing the following steps:

    1. To determine the width of the curtain, measure the width of the door frame and add 6 inches on either side of the door frame.

    Note: This width of the curtain is also the length of your curtain rod. Once you provide us with the length of your curtain rod, we calculate how many curtains of a particular heading style would be required to cover your door.

    1. To measure the height of your curtain, first determine the mount (where the curtain rod will be fitted) 6 inches above the door frame. Measure the distance from the mount to the lowest point where you want your curtain to fall.

    1. Determine the lowest point of your curtains:

    If you want curtains to...

    Then measure the height from the mount to ...

    Touch the floor

    the floor and add 1 inch to it



    Not touch the floor

    1 inch above the floor

    You can refer the illustrations below:

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    Curtain measurement guide

    Determine the measurements of your window curtains by performing the following steps:

    1. Measure the length of the curtain rod to determine the width of the curtain.

    Note: Once you provide us with the length of your curtain rod, we calculate how many curtains of a particular heading style would be required to cover your window.

    1. To measure the height of your curtain, measure the distance from the curtain rod to the lowest point where you want your curtain to fall.

    1. Determine the lowest point of your curtains:

    If you want curtains to fall...

    Then measure the height from the curtain rod to ...

    To the sill

    1 inch below the sill

    Below the sill

    6 inches below the sill.

    To the floor

    1 inch above the floor

    You can refer the illustrations below.

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    Curtain measurement guide

    Determine the measurements of your window curtains by performing the following steps:

    1. To determine the width of the curtain, measure the width of the window frame and add 6 inches on either side of the window frame.

    Note: This curtain width is equal to the required length of your curtain rod. Once you provide us with the length of your curtain rod, we calculate how many curtains of a particular heading style would be required to cover your window.

    1. To measure the height of your curtain, first determine the mount (where the curtain rod will be fitted) 6 inches above the window frame. Measure the distance from the mount to the lowest point where you want your curtain to fall.

    2. Determine the lowest point of your curtains:

    If you want curtains to fall...

    Then measure the height from the mount to ...

    To the sill

    1 inch below the sill

    Below the sill

    6 inches below the sill.

    To the floor

    1 inch above the floor

    You can refer the illustrations below:

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    Curtain measurement guide

    Determine the measurements of your sheer curtains by performing the following steps:

    1. Measure the length of the curtain rod to determine the width of the curtain.

    Note: Once you provide us with the length of your curtain rod, we calculate how many curtains of a particular heading style would be required to cover your window.

    1. To measure the height of your curtain, measure the distance from the curtain rod to the lowest point where you want your curtain to fall.

    Note: If the sheer curtains are used with the window curtains, then the sheer curtains terminate 1 inch above the main curtains.

    1. Determine the lowest point of your sheer curtains:

    If you want curtains to fall...

    Then measure the height from the curtain rod to ...

    To the sill

    to the sill

    Below the sill

    5 inches below the sill.

    To the floor

    2 inches above the floor

    You can refer the illustrations below.

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    The curtain width displayed is of the fully stretched curtain, not mounted on the curtain rod. The cost shown is for single curtain of this width and a standard height of 7 feet. The number of curtains required when mounted on the curtain rod will be recommended when the rod width is provided in dimensions page.

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