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jeffreyleap

12:44PM | 05/08/06
Member Since: 05/07/06
2 lifetime posts
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Has anyone ever seen or heard of anyone applying window treatments such as drapes or curtains to a 4-sided gable (picture) window?

Piffin

06:19PM | 05/16/06
Member Since: 11/06/02
1281 lifetime posts
but I must be missing something here. Most windows have four sides - OK, two sides and a top and a bottom....

and gables have little to do with windows, it isa roof portion.

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BV003285

07:20AM | 02/18/14
I think I might have the same problem. The gable end of our house has a large window in it that is the same shape as the gable end.....ie it comes to a point at the top. The window is in a bedroom. Therefore I need to find a covering for the complete window. Any ideas?

danielleb

11:19AM | 02/18/14
Member Since: 12/20/10
130 lifetime posts
I've heard of using metal pipe and elbows as the rods.
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