How do you hang curtain rods with nails?
Likewise, people ask, can I use nails to hang curtain rods?
Re: Using nails instead of screws on curtain rods for lightweight curtains/valances. Yes they would, not as well though as screws. As long as the nails hit in to the wood stud on either side of the wood header in to the stud. Generally the studs are 1/2" back from the surface of the drywall or 5/8" if a fire rated wall
Likewise, where should curtain rod brackets be placed? Generally, hanging curtain brackets on the wall above and outside the window molding looks best, since it allows fabric to fall gracefully. If you have detailed window frames you don't want to cover, an inside mount (hanging curtains within the frame, as you would with a tension rod) can work.
Likewise, people ask, how do you hang a curtain rod without brackets?
Take one of your 3M Command hooks, take off the paper backing on the adhesive strips, and line the hook up on the wall using the pencil mark for guidance. Press it on the surface well, holding for at least 30 seconds, then let it be for at least a half hour. Repeat the same for the other side. Don't be in a rush.
Do curtains need to touch the floor?
As a general decorating rule, drapes should be long enough to touch the floor. The amount of drapery material reaching the floor depends on the desired look of the curtains once they are hanging around the windows.