Faux Bracket Placement Guide for Window Boxes

With their crisp lines and beautiful plants and flowers, window boxes are a great addition to any interior or exterior window. But the finishing touch to creating a show-stopping piece is something small – a faux bracket or decorate corbel. Our window planter boxes are so sturdy and easy to install that they don’t need visible brackets supporting them from underneath. However, faux brackets can add a great detail to a window box and provide the perfect finishing touch.

No-Rot, Everlasting Beauty

Our faux brackets come in a variety of styles to match our many window box options. Faux brackets for our PVC window boxes are made of resilient weather resistant materiel and are designed to not rot or mildew while providing you a lifetime of beautiful flower boxes that look like real wood. Check out our selection of composite flower boxes and brackets to find the perfect style for your home.

Fake brackets for direct mount window boxes can be painted to coordinate with the flowers or color scheme of your home. If your PVC flower boxes fall into the XL category (these boxes have an XL before the name, such as XL Premier Hampton or XL Premier Laguna), the classic XL faux bracket is the right size and style for you. All other types of PVC window boxes work well with the standard faux bracket. No matter the size, the traditional shape of these brackets make them a subtle but stylish accent to complete your look.

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3 Faux Brackets Looks Great on Windows with 2 Panes

How many brackets do I need?

Once you have determined the style of your window box brackets, you need to purchase the correct amount. Faux brackets are sold individually, so you can purchase as many as you desire.

In general, we recommend:

  • 2 brackets for 24″ to 48″ window boxes
  • 3 brackets for 60″ window boxes
  • 4 brackets for the 72″ window boxes

When using multiple brackets, measure in from the sides so that the brackets are spaced evenly to create a cohesive and uniform look. Installing the brackets is a simple process – after measuring and lightly marking where each bracket will go, use a PVC adhesive to attach brackets to the bottom of the window box and allow to dry. The window boxes can them be hung easily using normal installation instructions.

 

Faux brackets are a simple detail that can make a big impact on the overall look of your window boxes. It doesn’t take much time or effort to put together a flawless and complete look! For more information about decorative brackets for window boxes, go to Hooks & Lattice and check out our Brackets section.

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