Window Curtain Hardware

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Curtain Rods & Curtain Hardware

Curtain rods are the base of the curtain hardware, and the main source of support for the drapes themselves. Sturdiness is a vital quality to consider when choosing, especially when hanging a heavier fabric. Finials are on the ends of the rods and can range from a simple knob to a whimsical decoration like a bird or flower and are an easy way to make a decor statement in the room. As for rod material, don't be afraid to mix and match by room. The whole house doesn't need to be uniform. Matte nickel may look best in your bathroom, while the living room needs the sophistication of antiqued brass.

  • Single Curtain Rods:
  • When it comes to styling curtains, single curtain rods help you style your window panels in any configuration. With a mounted curtain rod, hang your curtain panels with the use of curtain clip rings, curtain rod brackets, curtain holdbacks or other curtain hardware to stay in place. Single curtain rods work best with a pair of window treatments in either medium to light weight. Also, keep in mind what materials or colors work best with your style. For color, choose either white or black curtain rods to match your mid-century modern furniture. When it comes to materials, such as wood, glass and metal curtain rods, choose one that best coordinates with your existing home decor.

  • Double Curtain Rods:
  • When it comes to styling multiple curtains, double curtain rods are great picks for curtain hardware. Not only does it allow for designing your dream space, a double drapery rod helps you add layers and depth to your window treatments. Layering offers added functionality - think sheer curtains atop of thicker cotton curtains for privacy and warmth at night. Or, if a multicolored style is what you're after, think white curtains paired with navy blue curtains for a subtle and whimsical combination.

Curtain Rod Finials

Curtain rod finials are decorative rod caps that go at the end of a curtain rod. Curtain finials are necessary as they keep your window treatments from sliding of the curtain rail. When hanging your drapery, first attach your choice of curtain hardware, such as curtain rod brackets to each panel, then situate the curtain rod end caps on both sides of the pole. Then, explore what style of curtain rod finials best matches your curtain rod, such as brass curtain rod finials or silver curtain finials. Or, if you're not sure which style suites you best, follow our guide on how to choose a curtain to pick your favorite curtain finial set.

Curtain Tie Backs

Curtain tie backs are window curtain hardware that you install into the wall on the side of the window, about two-thirds down the length of the fabric. They allow you to draw back either sheer or blackout curtains in more artful, thoughtful shapes than simply pushing them back allows. Create that iconic swoop of fabric for more dramatic lighting in the dining room or living room for special occasions such as a dinner party or cocktail hour, instantly elevating the elegance of the space. Be sure to choose an attractive metal and finish, one that coordinates with your existing curtain rod, as it will be plainly visible wrapped around the outside of the curtain. Window curtain rings will typically have hanging clips in which to pinch and secure the fabric. Once again, look for sturdiness and consider how impactful that will be based on the weight of your curtains. If you know for sure that your drapes will not stay permanently open or closed, make sure your rings move easily and smoothly along the rod. You can experiment with the size of the rings, as long as they fit over the curtain rod, as well as the length of the fabric.