The instructions next…
- Measuring tape
- 1/2″ MDF board
- Coping saw
- Wood file
- 1″x4″x8′ clear pine board (cut at your hardware store the size you want)
- 1″ cocks
- Screwdriver gun tool
- Grinder or hacksaw
- 2 flat spring tension rod (cut at your hardware store the size you want)
- Rod holders
- Nylon cord
- Foam to fabric adhesive spray
- 5 Yards of fabric
- Upholstery track strips
From the beggining to the end…
Cut the MDF board by the line with an electric coping saw. You can also do it with a manual one. For me (stealing my brother’s tools) was kind of difficult to do it perfectly, so I used a wood file to make rounded edges smoother. I asked my local hardware store to cut the right lines. I only cut the rounded because they don’t do that.
You can also use a manual screwdriver.
The pine board.
Assemble the pine board pieces with cocks and screwdriver gun tool.
Drill your wall about 4″ over the window. Use a level if you’re not sure the window is right leveled. Insert anchors (ask your local hardware store which ones are better for your wall). Screw the brackets.
The Screws, two are enough.
Screw rod holders. Place the cornice over the brackets and draw into the bracket’s holes. Drill a bit (It will make easier to screw on brackets).
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