Most curtain tiebacks are locatedbetween halfway and 2/3rds of the way down a curtain,and about 3 inches (7.6 cm) from the edge of the window. For very tall windows,such as two-story windows,you may need to place your tiebacks based on how the curtains look as well as where you can reach to adjust them.
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Where do you place tieback hooks on curtains?
Kwik-Hang notes that you’ll want to place the tieback hooks within reach if you have very tall windows. Measure horizontally from the top, inner corner of the window frame to the end of the curtain rod.
How do you measure a tieback curtain?
For fabric tiebacks, measure 39 inches up for floor length curtains and measure 45 inches up for short curtains. For rope tassel ties, measure up 45 inches from the floor. Use the pencil to place a mark at the appropriate measurement based on the type of tieback and the curtain length.
How to tieback curtains without removing?
Use the masking tape to temporarily hold back the curtains at the marked level. Stand back from the window and make sure that you have achieved the desired look with your curtain tieback. Adjust the vertical height of the tieback as needed.
How do you hang a tieback on a window frame?
Tie-back hooks should fit just inside the outer edge of the curtains. Measure from the floor up the inner edge of the window frame to the predetermined height where you want the tieback and mark the frame faintly with a pencil. Repeat on the opposite side of the window, if the window has two curtain panels and not just one.