Published at Tuesday, August 07th, 2018 - 09:28:52 AM. . By Céline Tubbs.
First take the bracket that will be fitted to the left hand corner of the window frame and place it flush against the frame of the window. It is important that you can see the open part of the bracket. Once you have it in the right position use a pencil or pen to mark where the holes in the bracket meet with the wall by the window. Take the bracket away and now with the right size bit fitted to the electric drill make the holes in the marked positions as this is where the screws will go.
If you have the cash at hand it's certainly worth investing in a set of real wooden blinds. There's nothing wrong with a faux set; for the large part they successfully mimic the finish, but they lack the character and charm. With a good set of wooden blinds you don't have the issue of them weighing the head bar rail down, as they're much lighter. This also means that you can have just one large blind covering a large window - rather than multiple blinds split into sections.
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