I Disagree, I say you should always start from the middle and work outwards towards the ends. The reason I advise you do it this way is because if you have too many gliders on your track or too many rings on your rod you can easily remove them from the ends of your track or rod. Where if you start from the outside in to the middle the surplus gliders or rings are locked in the middle of your track or rod. Meaning you have to unhang your curtains to remove them. Not much more now and you will have the basics on how to hang curtains. Why do some advise to start from the middle? The reason is on some tracks and rods, but mostly the corded kind. They have what are called overlap arms. These are short arms made of metal or platic with holes in for the last couple of curtain hooks on each leading edge of your pair of curtains (edges that meet at center of your window).
Follow the same steps for the curtain on the right, NB In interior design balance is very important, it creates a sense of harmony, therefore, what you do to the left curtain do the same to the right so that they will appear unified. There are many variations on the embellishments that you could use. Feathers work really well and so do mirrors, bearing in mind that feathers would have to be stitched onto the curtain and mirrors will have to be glued on. NB When gluing on the mirrors first glue a piece of fabric onto the back of the mirror, then glue the mirror onto the curtain; this will create traction between the mirror and the curtain, enabling the mirror to stick easily. Also, use glue that will become transparent once it has dried, impasto gel is extremely effective when used as glue for this type of application. Keep in mind light cool colours open a space and deep dark colours make the space appear smaller, this would also apply to the colour of curtains that you choose to use so based on your décor and where you are placing the curtain choose your colours wisely. This curtain is very simple to make and does not take much time or skill to assemble, that being said, it is always better not to rush any decorating project; you would want to take your time and enjoy the creative process.
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