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Window Treatments - Types of Window Treatments for Sliding Glass Doors. Having sliding glass doors can be a bit of a challenge when it comes to figuring out how to decorate them. So do you really want to cover them? The main reason to cover them in the first place is to have optional privacy if needed so having curtains for sliding glass doors that have an option to open and close may be what you want. In addition, window treatment for your sliding glass doors can be a decorative statement.
Something to consider when you are shopping is to make sure you measure the space properly. While they are all about 72" wide, the height does vary from where and what type of house or apartment you have. The last thing you want is to get treatments that are too short. Too long can always be taken care of with some skillful sewing or tacking.
Double Hang Closet Rod. This rod is constructed with natural wood with chrome steel posts, great for creating an instant storage space. It is easy to install. All you need is to hook it over a closet bar and viola!-you already have an extra storage space for your clothes. It measures 29 and ½ inches in width by 32 inches in height. Chrome Tension Closet Rod. This telescoping rod can be firmly and securely installed in a doorway or between two walls. Installation is easy, without any need for tools, fasteners or screws. It comes with mounting screws if you want to permanently secure it a place you desired. Some features are steel construction, chrome plating and non-marring rubber ends. This closet rod also doubles as patio door security bar or shower curtain rod. It has a holding capacity of 50 pounds and measures 37 inches to 63 inches in length.
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