HOW TO HANG CURTAINS.
There are two classic options for hanging curtains: curtain rail or curtain rod. If you want the hanging fixture to be prominent and part of your drapery style, go for a curtain rod. Alternatively, if you want a more discreet fixture, or multilayer curtaining, choose a curtain rail. Try, for example, hanging our sheer INTERMEZZO curtain nearest the window pane, and then hang our more intense PAOLO velvet curtain on the outer rail. This layered style provides both depth and versatility.
The position of the curtain rod/curtain rail relative to the window influences the impression of the spaciousness of your interior.
HOW DO I ADJUST THE WIDTH?
A rule of thumb is that you need 2 metres of fabric to cover a 1 metre surface on account of the pleats. In other words, the width of the fabric needs to be twice that of the window and wall space you want to cover.