Decorate Modern French Doors with Curtains
Modern French doors – Use curtains to give your French doors an upscale makeover and then tie back the curtains to open the doors. Choose a fabric that you love that complements the colors in your house. Because you see the curtains from the two rooms on either side of the doors consider the colors in both areas. Hang curtains and then experiment with leaving them pulled aside, tied in the middle of the door and closed the door for three looks. Measure the distance from the floor to the scene at or above the French doors where you plan to install the curtain rod and then pick out the curtains of that size. Measure the width of the modern French doors, because you will install curtain rod over them.
Select steep or semi sheer curtains to let more light through and provide a decorative accent or choose a thicker materials, such as cotton or wool, if you want to create a private space. You will find curtains ranging long, which gives you enough length to find something you love. Install curtain brackets on the wall just outside and above the decorative trim on your modern French doors, using a hammer and screwdriver to secure the screws. Alternatively, use a drill. Screw in a screw and then make sure the bracket is level and complete the installation.
Secure the curtain clips or rings to the curtain and slide the curtain on the curtain rod. If your curtains have pockets, the push rod through the pocket to mount the curtain. For curtains over the modern French doors, you have a long curtain rod with two curtain panels. Resting the bar of the U-shaped brackets for mounting it. Slide the curtain rings or fabric in a pocket curtain to adapt its flow, centering it as it frames the door. Use ribbon or decorative curtain ribbon to tie the curtains to the side or in the middle of the modern French doors, or leave them closed if you want privacy.