Layering your blinds under curtains is a beautiful way to add glamour to your home.
And should you take the time to do that? Of course, you should–or I think so. And if you feel the curtain-blind combination might be much of a hassle, here are 3 easy ways you can hang your curtains over blinds without using nails, drills, or any tools whatsoever. And the combination will still look stunning.
How to Hang Curtains over Blinds without using Nails and Drills
Here are three easy no-drill methods that will show you how to hang curtains over blinds. And our favorite is the first. Keep reading and you’ll know why.
- Using window brackets (perfect for vertical blinds)
- Using Velcro
- Using command hooks (best for Venetian blinds)
Using Window Brackets (perfect for vertical blinds)
Materials you’ll need;
- Curtain rod brackets
- Curtain rod
- Curtain fabric (obviously!)
So homeowners and renters, let’s put our hands to work and get this hardware over our blinds now!
Step 1: Install your brackets on your headrail
First, what is a headrail? A headrail is the top part of your blind from where the mechanism is operated. And the mechanism is what makes you able to move your horizontal blinds (Venetian blinds) up and down or vertical blinds left and right.
We recommend getting NoNo brackets on Amazon as they’re easy to use and you don’t have to drill a hole in your wall. So adjust your brackets and place them on both ends of your headrail bar. Afterward, readjust the settings so they fit tightly, firm, and secure.
Get your NoNo brackets here.