French door curtain rods are a stylish addition to your home, either interior or exterior doors. But the double doors not afford much privacy as they paneled windows. Your French door curtain rods not only add privacy but also extra interest to your decor.
Measure the length and width of the window frame in one of the French door curtain rods. Measure out two pieces of cloth, making each twice as wide as and 8 inches longer than the window frame. Cut out the fabric pieces and iron them flat. Unfold the long sides of a panel. Fold back the hem with a half inch and the ironing plate. Fold the bottom of the screen one-half inch toward the underside of the fabric and the iron plate. Fold the fabric in half an inch against the underside of the fabric and iron it flat. Fold the hem back by 2 inches and iron it flat. Pin in place and sew the top hem with straight stitch and normal stress with a 1 3/4 inch seam.
Fit the brackets for the top French door curtain rods. The brackets on a door on each side of the window so that each bracket is 1 inch from the side of the window frame and 1 inch from the top of the frame. Make sure that the brackets are parallel to the curtain rod hanging straight. Slide curtains on rods and place the rods in the brackets. Tighten the screws in the brackets to hold the rods in place by means of the screwdriver.