The supports for collecting curtain holdbacks the curtains are metal U-shaped pieces that are installed near a window frame to keep the curtains open. These moorings give shade more so if you just hang straight. The ropes or brackets also argue curtains more heavy aside the curtains to show more light behind. The ropes should enhance the overall feeling in a room and should give a touch more interest to the design.
12 Photos Gallery of: Making Metal Supports To Curtain Holdbacks
- Choose covered for windows. There must be exactly the same and you can even use a fork and spoon in each window.
- Turn covered for the back is facing up in curtain holdbacks.
- Drill a hole in the last inch (2.5 cm) of the handle covered. Make it large enough so that the body of the screw passes, but not the head.
- Take hoes or concave part of the spoon with pliers. Pisa the end of the handle you just drilled. Fold the tip of the covered back towards the end of the handle with hole to make a U-shaped
- Installing the bracket with the ends of the covered facing up and away from the bottom of the window frame.
- Repeat with each covered in curtain holdbacks.