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Levolor LRSOUTBRACKETD Roller Window Shade Bracket Levolor LRSINBRACKETD Roller Window Shade Bracket ROD TRAVR CARRIER PLASTIC 10PK
EXTENDER H-DUTY 27IN ADDS 25IN Levolor LRSUNVBRACKETD Bracket CURTAIN ROD 18-28 2IN CL SNGL
SASH ROD 11-19 SWIVEL 1/4IN WH SASH ROD 21-38 SWIVEL 1/4IN WH ROD CURTAIN SINGLE 28-48X2IN
SPRING ROD WHITE 18-28 7/16IN CURTAIN ROD 28-48 3IN CL SNGL SPRING ROD WHITE 28-48 7/16IN
SPRING ROD 28-48 7/16IN BRASS SPRING ROD WHITE 22-36 5/8IN  ROD ROUND SASH 28-48 7/16 WHT
ROD CURTAIN SINGLE 48-86X2IN  CURTAIN ROD 48-86 3IN CL SNGL CURTAIN ROD 28-48IN DOUBLE
CAFE ROD 28-48 7/16IN WHITE   ROD SPRING 28-48 5/8IN BRASS  CAFE ROD 28-48 7/16IN BRASS
ROD ROUND SASH 48-86 7/16 WHT CAFE ROD 48-84 7/16IN BRASS   CAFE ROD 48-84 7/16IN WHITE
ROD BRACKET 5/8IN 2-3CL BRASS SPRING ROD 48-75 5/8 CHOCOLATE CURTAIN ROD 48-86 2-3IN CL SGL
ROD ACORN FINIAL              HOLDBACK BALL END BLACK       HOLDBACK BALL END ANTIQ PEWTER
   
 
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Window Treatment & Drapery Hardware

Drapery hardware and brackets can add a stylish touch to any home or public building and are incredibly easy to install. By using our inventory of premium curtain rod accessories and window treatment hardware and parts, installing beautiful curtains has never been easier or more affordable!

Follow the instructions listed below to quickly install our wide selection of drapery hardware supply and window covering hardware!

  • You first want to determine how long your curtain rod must be. To do so, measure the interior width of the window and add about 4 inches to the overall measurement.
  • Next, determine your bracket placement. A good starting point is to place your curtain rod 1-1/2 inches outside of the window on each side. Doing this will ensure that there is no gap between the curtain and window. While doing this, also determine the vertical placement of your brackets. This primarily depends on the length of the curtains you are hanging. Pro Tip: Hanging your curtain brackets slightly above the window is a tactic many interior designers use to make the window appear larger.
  • Now place your bracket screw holes. Place the bracket carefully on the right side over the center of your marks. Using a level and pencil, mark the holes to pinpoint where you will place your screws.
  • Secure your brackets. Try pre-drilling your holes using a 1/8” bit. Insert your screws into the hole, leaving about ¼” away from the surface of the window frame. Simply slide your brackets onto the screws and tighten to secure.
  • Level and secure your other brackets using the same methods aforementioned.
  • Finally, hang your curtains and secure the curtain rod by tightening the set screw on the back side of each bracket.