How Do You Hang Sheer Curtains On A Crescent Window?
Crescent windows can present problems when attempting to cover them with a window treatment. The crescent is typically a significant part of the room decor so the decorator may not want to disguise the arched shape. Usually, a wood molding frames the crescent window and adds texture and decorative value to the home. Using a straight curtain rod above the window will cover the shape and woodwork. To avoid this, consider using a flexible curtain rod made for crescent windows. The flexible rods are clear, so they will not show through, even when hanging sheer curtains. Step 1 Measure the length of flexible rod required for your window. Begin on the left side at the point where the crescent starts and measure up and around the curve to the end of the crescent on the right side. The contour of the crescent must be measured exactly. This measures the rounded part of your window. If your window is over-sized, two rods can be joined to accommodate the dimensions. Step 2 Install the flexible cu