You need to get a standard traverse rod, (these are the white ones meant to be hidden by the curtain when closed (not a decorative one) they have holes for screws on the top as well as for a standard wall mount
Ladder or step stool Measuring tape Pencil Drywall anchors and screws for brackets Ceiling mount brackets Power drill Curtain rod Steps
Step 1 of 4 Mark on the ceiling where you will install the first ceiling mount bracket. Then, measure and mark where the remaining ceiling mount brackets will go by leaving 3 to 4 feet of space between each bracket for adequate support.
Step 2 of 4 Install the drywall anchors where you marked the ceiling mount brackets, using a power drill until the head is flush with the ceiling surface. The drywall anchors will ensure that the weight of the curtains won't cause the curtain rod to pull out of the ceiling.
Step 3 of 4 Attach the ceiling mount brackets by screwing directly into the drywall anchors using a power drill. Make sure the screws are tight by using your hand to gently try and wiggle the ceiling mount bracket. If it doesn't move, it's secure.
Step 4 of 4 Slide the curtain panels over the curtain rod. Insert the curtain rod into the ceiling mount brackets, adjust the curtain panels so they are evenly spaced between the brackets and tighten the small screw (usually found on the underside of the ceiling bracket) until the curtain rod is secure.