Making Wooden Curtain Rod Brackets

Mar 10th

Wooden curtain rod brackets – At the time of adding the bar, brackets, finials and rings, decorative accessories can cost hundreds of dollars per window in department stores. You can reduce the total cost to create your curtain rods for wooden pegs. Measure your window to determine the length of the bar. Most windows look better when the bar extends from 2 to 4 inches (5 to 10 cm) beyond the frame of the window on each side.

Solid Wood Finial Pole Ends for Curtain Rods
Solid Wood Finial Pole Ends for Curtain Rods

Wooden curtain rod brackets purchase a wooden dowel from a hardware store. Choose a diameter based on your auctions. Excluding any edge, measure the diameter of the base of the auction. Make sure the pin diameter no larger than the measurement of the auction and not less than 1/4 inch (6 mm).

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Wooden curtain rod brackets mark your length with a pencil and cut the dowel to size with a hacksaw. Sand the cut end of the pin with medium grit sandpaper until smooth. Drill holes for the auction at each end of the pin. Select a size based drill screw ends protrude from the bottom of your finishing. If the auction does not have screws, pegs buy two screws, double thread, wood, and drill holes in the ends of the rods and finials.

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