If you’ve got a big room or an even bigger bedroom, the curtains are one of the things you’ll want to make sure you buy.
And for many, that’s a long rod.
The longer your curtain rod, the more time you’ll have to get dressed and get dressed again.
And that means you’ll need to buy a lot of curtains.
While some people can get away with a few more curtain rods than others, a long one will cost you more.
Here’s the breakdown of how much curtain rods you’ll be spending on a new, brand-new curtain rod.
(You can also find the correct length for each size by measuring from the base of the curtain rod to the top.)
When to buy curtains For most people, the most important part of buying curtains is finding one that fits your room.
The size and shape of your curtains should be dictated by the length of the room and the type of lighting you want.
In a small, sparsely furnished room, you’ll probably want a curtain rod that will fit your ceiling, the height of your ceiling and the ceiling fans.
If you’re not sure how long you’ll keep your curtain rods in your room, take a look at the length and widths of some of the best curtain rods on the market.
For more tips and suggestions on how to decide which curtain rod is right for you, read our full guide to buying curtains.
When to get rid of your old curtains A lot of people just toss the curtains in the trash and throw away the ones they don’t need anymore.
That’s not a good idea, because your curtains can be valuable for many years to come.
The first thing you should do when you’re done with your old curtain rods is remove them.
Don’t worry, you won’t be hurting any of the precious fabric, so it’s ok.
It’s also possible to remove them from a hanging curtain rod by pulling it down a bit.
The more you pull down, the less fabric will get trapped inside.
Once you’ve removed the curtains, you can toss them in the garbage.
If there’s no visible damage, it’s usually best to toss them somewhere where they won’t attract flies or insects.
But if they’ve got signs of being in use, take them to the landfill.
If it’s a hanging rod, remove it and let the rest of the curtains go.
Some curtain rods have the ability to stay put for a year or more.
So, if you have a curtain that’s over 30 years old and still has a bunch of curtains hanging around it, you may want to give it a break and start over.
If your curtains are a few years old, you might want to toss the old ones into the trash.
It doesn’t matter what type of curtain rod you’re considering, you should be able to toss it out.
To find out if your curtain is worth tossing, take it to the nearest recycling center and ask them if it can be recycled.
If they can’t say yes, you’re probably not going to be able get your curtains back.
So whether you’re buying a curtain or tossing them in, know what’s inside and get the most out of your room with a curtain you’ll love for the rest