MEASUREMENT GUIDE

Grommet/Eyelet Curtains

Measure the width of the window and then add 5 inches to 10 inches on each side for the pole size . It is to clear the window when open, maximizing the light into the room. If you already have a pole up, measure the width of the pole not including the finials. The width of the curtain should be 2 to 2.5 times the width of the pole for the proper fullness.

For example, if your pole is 40 inches wide, for proper fullness you will need to order 40 x 2.5 times, that is 100 inches wide curtain. You can either order two curtains of 50 inches wide or one curtain that is 100 inches wide.

Measure the drop/length of the curtains from the top of the pole to the desired length and add 1.25 inches for the finished length.

Note: The inner diameter of grommets is usually 1 9/16’’. If you require 2’’of the grommets diameter, that is also available on order. For proper functioning of the grommets, the inside diameter needs to be 40% larger than the diameter of the pole.

Grommets are available in 2 colors Satin nickel and Bronze. By default we use Satin Nickel for all the Grommet / Eyelet heading style curtains. To opt for Bronze Grommets , you can write us at -contact@curtainavenue.com

Rod Pocket Curtains/Rod Pocket with Header Frill Curtains/Tab top Curtains/Back Tab Curtains

Measure the width of the window and then add 5’’-10’’ on each side for the pole size. It is to clear the window when open, maximizing the light into the room. If you already have a pole up, measure the width of the pole not including the finials. The width of the curtain should be two times the width of the pole for fullness.

For example, if your pole is 40 inches wide then you need 40 x 2 times, that is 80 inches wide curtain. You can either order two curtains of 40 inches wide or one curtain that is 80 inches wide.

Measure the drop/length of the curtains from the top of the pole to the desired length.

Note: For Rod Pocket with Header Frill Curtains, add 1.5 inches to the final length of the curtain.

For Rod Pocket or Rod Pocket Header Frill Curtains , if your Pole/ Rod is thicker than 2 inches, consult with us before placing the order.

Pleated Curtains ( Pinch pleated / Euro-pinch pleated/ Inverted Box pleated )

Measure the width of the window and then add 5’’to 10’’ on each side for the pole/track size. It is to clear the window when open, maximizing the light into the room. If you already have a pole up, measure the width of the pole not including the finials and add another 10 inches for the returns and fullness for the exact curtain width.

For example, if your pole/track is 40 inches wide add 10 inches that is 50 inches wide curtain. You can either order two curtains of 25 inches width or one curtain that is 50 inches wide.

Pleated curtains can be hanged on a pole with rings or on a track with gliders on it. If you choose to use pole, then measure the drop/length of the curtain from the bottom of the ring to the desired length. If you choose to use track, then measure from the top of the track to the desired length.

Flat Panel Top Curtains

 Measure the width of the window and then add 5’’to 10’’ on each side for the pole/track size. It is to clear the window when open, maximizing the light into the room. If you already have a pole up, measure the width of the pole not including the finials. The width of the curtain should be 2 times the width of the pole for the proper fullness.

For example, if your pole is 40 inches wide then you need 40 x 2 times, that is 80 inches wide curtain. You can either order two curtains of 40 inches wide or one curtain that is 80 inches wide.

Flat Panel Top Curtains  can be hanged on a pole with rings/clips or on a track with gliders on it. If you choose to use pole, then measure the drop/length of the curtain from the bottom of the ring/clip to the desired length. If you choose to use track, then measure from the top of the track to the desired length.

Pencil Pleated Curtains

Measure the width of the window and then add 5’’to 10’’ on each side for the pole/track size. It is to clear the window when open, maximizing the light into the room. If you already have a pole up, measure the width of the pole not including the finials. The width of the curtain should be 2 times the width of the pole for the proper fullness.

For example, if your pole is 40 inches wide then you need 40 x 2 times, that is 80 inches wide curtain. You can either order two curtains of 40 inches wide or one curtain that is 80 inches wide.

Pencil Pleated Curtains  can be hanged on a pole with rings/clips or on a track with gliders on it. If you choose to use pole, then measure the drop/length of the curtain from the bottom of the ring/clip to the desired length. If you choose to use track, then measure from the top of the track to the desired length.