The ready-to-place curtains Madura are available in 3 widths: 145 cm, 200 cm and 350 cm.
In order to know which size of curtain is best suited to your need, measure first the length of the rod.
If the rod is laid by applying on the wall, or ceiling, it must ideally exceed 20 to 30 cm on each side of the window.
The more the rod can overcome from the window more the opening of it will be facilitated.
If the rod is placed between two walls, measure the space between the two walls.
The width of the curtains must represent 1.5 to 2.0 times the length of the rod. For a lightweight fabric or veil, the width can reach 2.5 times the length of the rod.
The choice of the width of the curtain is a function of the length of the rod but also the desired aesthetic rendering.
The greater the amplitude of the curtain, the more the rendering will be frucked if it is a gallon head, or corrugated if it is an eyelet head.
Curtains ready to ask Madura
Two curtains per window
|Length of the rod||Rideau Madura|
|140 cm to 200 cm||2 curtains of 145 cm|
|200 cm to 280 cm||2 curtains of 200 cm|
|280 cm to 470 cm||
2 curtains of 350 cm
A curtain per window
|Length of the rod
|100 cm to 140 cm||1 curtain of 200 cm|
|140 cm to 230 cm||
1 curtain of 350 cm
Some models of the Madura range are available in standard height 280 cm and high of 350 cm for the noble floors, lofts and architect houses!
For high height curtains, it is recommended to use a curtain lance to facilitate the opening and closing of the curtains.
The rod must come up 5 cm above the window to not interfere with its opening.
The height of your curtain will depend on the desired rendering, with or without brittle. For a net and practical fell, choose a fallen 1 cm from the ground. For a breakfast fell and more contemporary, take a supplement of 3/5 cm.
For a gallon curtain, measure the height between the floor and the bottom of the bar to determine the adapted curtain height.
For a car curtain, take the measurement between the floor and the bar, and add 3 cm, the curtain always exceeding above the sliding eyelet in the bar.