If you want to have measurements for grommet curtains, first of all take an estimate from the height of your drapery shaft to the ideal end point. At that point you have to include 1.5 inches to this estimation. This ought to be the last length you will be giving us as the details for your custom order. 1.5 inches are added additionally towards the end to represent the 'upstand' which is the aspect of the texture that remains over the curtain pole.
We suggest you that if your drape shaft is 36 inches wide, do not use two panels of 18 inches rather try opting for two panels which are 36 inches each This will help you to get a lavish fall of your curtains. On the off chance that your curtain shaft is 36 inches wide and you request curtains that are likewise 36 inches wide in and out, they will be totally levelled without any creases.
Up to multiple times width is likewise enthusiastically suggested for sheers and lightweight textures, for example, linen. These textures have less body volume and consequently need more width to accomplish similar full look as fabrics, for example, cottons and polyesters. More width likewise helps upgrade privacy where light weight fabrics are being used.
You have to measure the width from the left to the right corner. Once the measurement is done, give us the measurement by adding 4 to 5 inches in that estimate. This will make you curtains look more silky when hanged.
Bigger size for curtains such as 2 inch inward distance across and different completions are accessible on demand. It would be ideal if you keep in touch with us at email@example.com to enquire about alternatives or send us a note once you have submitted your request.