I need to get curtains for my 1930s bay window. The problems are as follows:
pvc window frames going right up to ceiling so can't screw into them or above them window frames meeting each other, so can't screw pole brackets in between them we use the space in the bay, so we can't just curtain off the whole bay across the flat bit of the wall, IYSWIM
Does anyone have experience of those flexible curtain poles that attach at each end and in the middle? They screw in to the ceiling and allegedly don't have a problem with snagging rings.
We have exactly what you describe (30s house, bay windows) and have the flexible curtain pole in three rooms. They work well. There was a great deal of swearing when DH put them up, but he managed and he's average at DIY.
We got the ceiling track from Ikea with the set of curves. AMAZEBALLS. and cheap. There was one of those flexible ones there originally and it was dreadful tbh. The track from Ikea is metal and there are right angle and curves available and you just screw it all together. I think it's a brilliant system.
It's not showing on the website, but they do curve pieces as well as corner. The curves are gentler angles. You can also chop the track with a hacksaw, so I suppose you could cut the corner to the right angle.