Most window treatments can be installed in three easy steps:
Require a double or triple mounted rod, depending on the number of treatments being installed. If installing panels with a top treatment and sheers, a triple rod will be required. Start by adding the sheers to the innermost rod. Once this is done shirr evenly and hang rod in bracket. Next add your panels to the center rod, shirr evenly after hanging. Valances or top treatments are added to the outer rod and inserted into the brackets.
Have the hardware securely mounted into position. Scarves can be hung using a variety of hardware. Scarf holders, sconces, and decorative poles are options when hanging scarves. What you choose is entirely up to you. When working with scarves it is a good idea to have a partner to help fold and hang the scarf. To hang your scarf start by laying the scarf on a flat surface, carefully fan-fold the fabric into soft pleats along the entire length. Once this is done use your fingers to loosely comb the folds. This will make adjusting the pleats easier. Drape scarf over scarf holder or decorative rod. Once installed adjust and style to personal taste.
Due to wrinkling that occurs in packaging, most shades will require a few minutes in a warm dryer or a light steam press before being hung. Once wrinkles have been minimized place the shade on a decorative or standard rod. Insert the rod onto the brackets. Starting at the bottom of the shade, softly fold or roll the fabric to the desired length. Secure the ties under the fabric with simple ties or loose bows.