They both serve the same purpose, but the importance of deciding lies in your desired look for the space.
A: Still length (shorter)
B: Bellow still (short)
C: Barely touching the floor (standard)
D: Puddle effect (longest)
If you considered that the curtain pole was the right fit for you, you need to consider the material above the eyelet and add it to your measurement to get the proper length. If you’re doing it with the rings, then instead of starting from the pole, you can do it based on where the rings end.
If you prefer the curtain track, you need to measure from the top to where you wish your curtains to end based on your desired look.
Do you want a translucent look with linen, or are blackouts necessary for a good night’s sleep?
Curtains shouldn’t be overlooked, as they can make or break your space. By following this step-by-step guide, your curtains will be the final touch that your room was missing.
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