There are a number of common curtain hanging designs for bedrooms. Here are five typical hanging designs:
1. Rod Pocket:
Curtains with a rod pocket have a pocket along the top of the cloth that is sewed in. This design works well with light fabrics and gives the appearance of being collected or ruffled. It offers a conventional and timeless appearance.
The curtain rod is threaded through metal rings or grommets along the top of grommet curtains. This design delivers a clean, modern, and contemporary appearance. Grommet curtains are simple to open and close because they glide easily along the rod.
3. Tab Top:
The top of tab top curtains is sewed with fabric loops or tabs through which the curtain rod is inserted. This appearance is laidback and unstructured. Tab top curtains are simple to hang and, when closed, provide a somewhat gathered appearance.
4. Pinch Pleat:
To create a fitted and structured appearance, pinch pleat curtains have pleats that are evenly spaced and sewn at the top. This hanging design gives a bedroom more class and sophistication. Curtain rings or hooks are frequently needed for pinch pleat installation.
5. Eyelet/Ring Top:
Curtains with an eyelet or ring top have metal rings sewn to the top of the cloth, through which the curtain rod is threaded. This look delivers a modern, fashionable appearance. With the aid of the rings, the curtains can fold softly and evenly along the rod.
Consider the overall look and feel you want for your bedroom when choosing a hanging style for your curtains. Choose a hanging style that matches your bedroom’s decor and personal tastes because each has an own appearance.