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Curtain for a window next to a wall

Posted by chickenlips87 (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 4, 13 at 12:21

Hi,

I read the other discussions about hanging curtains, and I am all for hanging curtains high and wide. Unfortunately, one of the windows in my bedroom is right against the wall, with only 2 inches or so between the trim and the wall. I suppose I could take off the finial on the side by the wall, but that still doesn't leave room for the curtain to open all the way. I was also thinking I could gather the curtain on the side that is not by the wall, but this would look unbalanced. Does anyone have suggestions on the best way to handle this situation? Thank you! I appreciate the help!


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RE: Curtain for a window next to a wall

Try the home decorating forum, unfortunately not many of the window pros here hang curtains.


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RE: Curtain for a window next to a wall

Ok I tried that. Thanks for the suggestion!


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RE: Curtain for a window next to a wall

Maybe move the window over.


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RE: Curtain for a window next to a wall

Lol@ Todd


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