|Length:||Max 6m, Customized||Diameter:||28/25/22/19/16mm|
25mm Square Curtain Rail Tracks,
SGS Aluminum Curtain Rail Tracks
|Product Name||Modern Curtain Track Set (2m)|
|Cross Section Size||14*35 mm|
|Sets||Tracks*2m + end caps*2 pcs + single brackets*2 pcs + runners*20 pcs|
|Length||Max 6m, Customized|
|Surface Treament||Brushed anodize|
|Installation Type||Wall mounted / Ceiling mounted|
List of Curtain and Drape Panel Styles
Window treatments aren't just for privacy, although that's obviously an important function, especially in the bedroom. When well chosen, drapes are an easy way to add a soft touch of color and pattern to your bedroom décor. Whether you choose a bright hue for exciting contrast, a color just a little bit darker than your bedroom wall to visually enlarge the space, or a lively pattern to wake up your room, fabric window treatments are a definite splash of style.
When it’s time to choose curtains or drapes, however, it’s a good idea to know your options. There are many different types of panels to choose from.
Here are four of the most popular curtain and drapery styles to help you identify what you need for your home.
As the name suggests, ringed panels hang from rings (also called grommets) that are either attached to the top of the fabric panel or inserted into the fabric near the top edge. Since the curtain rod is quite exposed to these types of curtains, it’s common to use an attractive wooden or metal rod with decorative finials on the rod’s ends.
Depending on the fabric, color, and pattern chosen, ring-top draperies work with just about any decorating style from casual country to sleek contemporary looks.
This type of window treatment is perfect for a patio window that needs to be accessible since it’s easy to open and close.
Rod-pocket panels are made of lightweight fabrics and are typically unlined for a more casual feel. They are easy to hang; the curtain rod simply slips through a channel sewn into the top back of the panel. The more fabric is squeezed onto the rod, the more dramatic the bunching of the fabric.