I have 4 windows in a row. Each your standard double pane 28" wide window. Between each window is about an 8 inch piece of molding. I am looking at curtain panels and I could get 4, one for each window. I guess let them hang between the windows and on the ends. Not exactly sure how to set it up. Or I could get 2 very wide panels. Each would cover 2 windows and hang on either side of the row of windows. What do you think?
Apparently doing it rong and ruining it for everyone, but I don't give a crap anymore.
There is already one very long rod over them all with one holder that stops rings right in the middle. The panels I am looking at are 50 inches wide or 100 inches wide. The curtains would not be pulled back by anything, but just hang so we can easily pull open and shut. They are long panels that will hit the floor.
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If you're going to do one on each end and in between each pair, you'll need 5 panels, not 4 (unless I've missed something).
If ~ represents curtains and [_] represents windows, it'd look a bit like this:
And that's perfectly fine. In our house curtains are just for looks anyhow; we use blinds for privacy and light filtering.
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