Sliding glass door coverings – Although there are a number of different ways to cover sliding glass doors and windows, curtains are one of the easiest and most elegant selections. You can choose colors and styles that match your home decor. Plus, all you need is a curtain rod, which can be as usual or as fancy as you like, to hang above the door and window to support your curtains. Select curtains for your window and door. Choose a fabric that is right for your room and also need. Light fabric, like lace or pure cotton or polyester, allows more light and gives the room an airy, open feel, while providing a measure of privacy.
Heavier fabrics, such as wool and canvas, block out more light and give greater privacy. If you want to hang curtains for sliding glass door coverings, choose insulated curtains. Choose where you want to hang curtains over the door and window. Pass by the door frame and windows by about 2 to 3 inches and mark the location with the pen. This is where you will hang the hardware. Measure over to the other side of the window and the door 2 to 3 inches past the window or door frame, hold the tape measure in a straight line, and mark when else the place to hang the hardware. If the hardware has a place to hang in the middle of the door or curtain, find the middle and mark that off as well.
Next step to make sliding glass door coverings. The hardware should be installed approximately 2 to 3 inches beyond the ends of the window and the door frame and 2 to 4 inches higher than the window and the door frame. Hold the hardware up to the areas you marked with the pen. Place the screws in the holes and use the drill to secure them in place. Repeat this process with all the curtain hardware. Release the curtains on curtain bars. Place the rods over curtain hardware. Tighten the screws on each part of the hardware to hold the curtain rod in place. Repeat this process with all hardware on both curtain bars.