How to Make a Double Curtain Rod – Step by Step Guide


Looking for a double curtain rod?

Want to make one on your own?

Double curtain rod gives every room a brand new look. It is very easy to make a double curtain rod from a single curtain rod. But if you do not have time, you can go for this in depth buying guide for the double curtain rod.

It will be less expensive if you start making one with a single curtain rod you already have. So let’s start the process.

Step 1: Get a curtain rod conversion set

Step 2: Remove old brackets

Step 3: Place new hardware

Step 4: Insert the curtain

Step 1: Get a curtain rod conversion set

Rod conversion set consists of bracket, hardware and curtain rod. Always go for the current color of the rod you are using. You don’t want two rods of two different colors unless you are very sure about it.

Step 2: Remove old brackets

Remove old brackets from your current rod. Do it carefully. There might be rust. Or you just might damage it. See the condition of it. If it is damaged, it might not be usable. Then you will have to look for another one or just change the location and start working with a new one. If possible, recolor it. Wash it a bit.

Step 3: Place new hardware

Use the hardwares which are in the set you bought. Place them carefully. Use the manual it comes with. If you follow the instruction properly, you won’t waste much time. Make sure the rods are aligned properly. Make sure there is no edge which might damage the curtain.

Step 4: Insert the curtain

Insert the curtain carefully. Now you should pick the right curtain according to your need. If you need light in your room, go with a light curtain. If you want the room to be darker, go with a heavier curtain. If you are looking for a modern look, go for a bead curtain.

Draperies are an essential part of our daily life. And rods plays a vital role too. If possible, go with a stylish rod bracket. It will give a bolder look. Make sure the tiebacks are matching the curtain. A good curtain holdback can change the look.

Here is a video about creating curtain rods:

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