Published at Tuesday, April 02nd, 2019 - 03:34:25 AM. Curtains. By Hettie Boyer.
To find the correct size, measure the width of your shower rod or circumference of the track for free-standing clawfoot tubs and showers. Add 12 inches to the measurement to prevent leaks along the edges. To find the best length, measure from the bottom of the shower curtain rod to the top of the tub or the floor of the shower. For a tub and shower combo, add 4 inches to the length so that the liner will fall inside the tub to prevent water leakage.
Before you take out the tape measure, decide how high above the window you’d like the curtains to begin. ”Hanging panels higher than the window will give a sense of height to the room,” says Cunningham. Designers often hang curtains about six inches above the window frame, but for a dramatic look, some go higher.
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