How to Hang Multiple Waterfall Valances

Feb 28th

Waterfall valances are usually made with light, flowing material beautiful drape. Waterfall valances an opening in the top and bottom to be pushed by a rod. When hung, the drape valances over your windows, creating a unique look and resemble that of an inverted rainbow or water ripples. Waterfall valances are elegant window treatments that can be used with or without a sheet.

White Waterfall valances
White Waterfall valances

Hang waterfall valances, Mark both sides of your where window frame to be mounted to the curtain rod, with the help of a tape measure and pencil. Keep a level from one brand to another to ensure the marks are level. Attach the brackets to the marks on the window frame using the coordinating hardware and a cordless screwdriver. Separate the curtain rod in two pieces, if applicable. With the help of to cover the larger of the two pieces, wrap the end with adhesive tape to a jagged rim at the tapping the curtains. This prevents jamming your valances.

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Remove the curtain rod through the top of the first valance. Push the valance tightly together. Thread the curtain rod through the bottom of the first valance. Push the valance tightly together. Thread the curtain rod through the bottom of the second waterfall valances. Push it firmly against the first. Bunch the curtains to get access to the taped end and remove the masking tape. Slide the lower part of the curtain rod in the larger side of the curtain rod. Hang the curtain rod on the brackets. Spread the curtains to cover the entire rod.