Asked by: Alegria Ricciardiasked in category: General Last Updated: 26th June, 2020
How are stationary panels measured?
Keeping this in view, how wide should stationary drapery panels be?
Stationary drapery panels are available in standard or deluxe fullness. Standard fullness is one width of fabric pleated to a width of 17-23 inches. 5 pleats are standard. Deluxe fullness is 1.5 widths of fabric pleated to 19-27 inches.
One may also ask, how are side panel drapes measured? Measure the width of your window. Add 12 inches to each side, 24 inches total. Take the total number (width plus the number you added to each side), and divide that number by how many drapery panels you want in the window.
Correspondingly, what are stationary panels?
Stationary Panels. Stationary panels are used for decorative purposes only meaning they are not meant to open and close. Stationary drapery panels are typically hung on each side of a window or can also be hung in between fairly close multiple windows on a wall.
How do you hang stationary curtain panels?
Stationary rod lengths, whether standard or decorative, should equal one-third of the window glass width. Install them anywhere from two inches above the top of the window frame to two inches below the bottom of the ceiling molding. Hanging them at the higher end of the range makes the ceiling appear higher.