Question My den has two large windows on opposite wall, one of which is bay window. I would like to make tab curtains for both windows. Bay window curtain rods that I have located are not a "thing of beauty." What kind of rod do you suggest or I am I stuck with having to have a valance. The Center section of the bay window is only 36" wides and the angled sides are about 24." The angle is probably around 140 degrees. How would you suggest I co-ordinate the two windows? Any help would be appreciated.
Answer From a "rod" standpoint, treat the window as 3 separate pieces. From a "curtain" standpoint, treat it as one. The trick is to hang the one curtain on 3 rods that are not continuous; easily done by slipping one end of the rod out of the holder bracket and sliding on the tab-tops, then reattaching the rod into the bracket. You may need an extra pair of hands, but it can be done.
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