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320 Curtain Rods
If you've decided to outfit your windows with curtains, you'll need to invest in a pole or rod to get the job done. Curtain rods come in a wide selection of styles and materials, many including decorative details like finials. To determine what's right for you, you'll need to think about window size, curtain style and aesthetic preference. More
This clever tie back adds antique style to any room in the house. It's like accessorizing your windows and drapes some jewelry.
Doorknob Curtain Tieback
These bronzed branch curtain tiebacks are a gentle nod to the winter season, and they bring in just the right amount of whimsical flair. I'm a huge fan of decorating with branches, and I love that these are just one more way to incorporate the look.
Branch Curtain Tieback
I just ordered two of these to use in the nursery in my house. I love the way the rod connects to the simple wall bracket.
PB Essentials Drape Rod
It's surprisingly hard to find a good brass curtain rod these days. After a hunt, I finally found one I was happy with from Restoration Hardware. The brass is antiqued, so it's not too yellow, and it comes in enough sizes and diameters to work in any window.
I love the idea of using Lucite as drapery hardware. It's great if you want a light and airy space, and it prevents your hardware from feeling too heavy.
For just a touch of nautical masculinity, I like the idea of using these rope finials to compliment a pair of crisp classic curtain panels.
Made from cast iron Rustic, in a château-villa-manor-house sort of way. Available in textured black, rust or natural iron finish.
A curtain rod can be beautiful and functional. These wrought iron rods are both! With so many great designs it would be hard to choose.
If brass just isn't your thing, you'll love these Westbury Pewter Curtain Rods. They sophisticated and modern finish would work well with the style finishes in many homes today.
These lucite curtain rods are a perfect way to add a simple, elegant touch of clear. They're so unique!
I have matte black drapery hardware, but I’ve got my eye on this brass hardware with crystal square finials. It’s all in the details, and a new set of hardware can give your home a modern update without too much hassle.
The client loves MacKenzie-Childs! This was designed to play off her style- black and white check, colorful, and fun patterns.
This arched window needed some drama. I created raised swags with panels and added overlays in a contrasting fabric.
I love the vintage look of this Toulouse Bronze Curtain Rod. It reminds me of the old glass doorknobs found in historic homes or of the knobs you'll find on so many antique chests.
Assorted finials ranging from 2.5" - 9" projection can be attached to wooden drapery rods 1.3/8" -2" diameter.
I love the lacy feel of the finials on this beautiful curtain rod. Ornate without going overboard, this rod would work with so many different fabrics and styles of drapery.
Turned Glass Finials
Isabella II drapery finial 3" diameter will fit 1 3/8" and 1 3/4" wooden rods . Wood cup brackets are painted to match finial colors. Drapery rod and brackets are sold separately,
The pineapple is a well known symbol for hospitality so this beautiful curtain rod caught my eye. The pineapple glass finial is lovely and would stunning used with draperies in a dining room or living room where you'll entertain and welcome guests to your home.
Lush silk stationary side panels. Gorgeous gilded gold brackets, rings and finials combined with a black pole. Design by Michael Meloy. Installation by Curtain Pros.
Mod rod. Simple and streamlined, the Oversized Metal Rod includes mounting hardware, so it's simple to hang your west elm window panels.
Oversized Metal Rod