|Length:||Max 6m, Customized||Diameter:||28/25/22/19/16mm|
16mm Square Sliding Curtain Tracks,
Ceiling Mounted Sliding Curtain 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|
LENGTH AND WIDTH
Unless you live in a log cabin on the prairie, curtains should always be long – they should just touch the floor. Hanging curtains higher than the window will add height to the room. If you can, hang your curtains at least 15cm above the window frame. For a more dramatic look, hang them even higher, from the ceiling or just below the cornices. This will lift the eye and make a low ceiling appear higher.
Remember that curtains should frame a window, so make sure hardware is installed to reflect that. A rule of thumb is to allow an extra 10 per cent of rod on each side, but heavier fabrics will require a bit more.
When curtains are open, the space that the gathered fabric takes up is called ‘the stack’. The stack should not cover too much of the window itself when the curtains are pulled.
TIP: To ensure that your curtains look draped when closed, curtain widths should be two to two-and-a-half times the width of the window.
Curtain tracks are an unobtrusive and elegant way to hang curtains. Install double or even triple tracks for a layered look of sheers and blockout curtains, particularly if you lack privacy but want to let the light in. The quiet, efficient and smooth operation of tracking systems make them a very popular choice. They are particularly good if you have a curved window and need to bring the curtain around a corner.
TIP: These hanging systems are great for a contemporary space. Add a pelmet or valance and these systems will work in a more formal space.