Shutter decor installed does not need curtains for practical purposes, as the shutter blocks light and sound. But dressing the window with a fabric frame will soften the effect from inside the room, bind into your room interior and make the window more of a focal point. As the frame will be decorative rather than functional, use lightweight gauzy fabric like voile, chiffon, silk or mesh to create a bright, airy effect. Use a curtain rod that is at least two meters wider than the window for best results.
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Measure 6 inches up from each top corner of the shutter decor, and mark a pencil cross. Hold a stick attachment to the wall so that the lower hole of the L-shape is above the pencil marker. Mark through the upper hole of the bracket. Repeat for the other side. Drill the four holes for the bar brackets, two on each side, and put the wall anchor. Screw each console into place.
Check the curtain rod in place, supported by the hooks in the two brackets. Check that the bar is the level; tighten the integrated fixing screw on each side to fix the bar in place. Shutter decor with Measure the distance from the floor to the curtain rod and tweak this measurement. Cut a length of light fabric to this size. Lay the fabric right side downwards and fold short edge one end of 1 inch. Fold the hem again to create a double 1-inch bottom. Pin in position, then machine sew along the hem and remove the pins. Repeat for the other end.