Are your curved walls getting in the way of ordering custom curtains, or are you curious about custom curtain hardware types? Do you get annoyed that your windows are way too close to the ceiling and are looking for a beautiful solution in your home?
The video below covers a few stunning decorative drapery hardware options from Forest Draperies. We provide examples of decorative hardware from many different manufacturers from Rowley Company to Xentric Drapery Hardware to use with your custom window treatments.
We’ll show you how to resolve many unique and complex hardware issues using some sexy drapery accessories. Read about finials, curtain rods, tiebacks, and other hardware for window treatments.
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Decorative Drapery Hardware Types by Forest Draperies at IWCE
Forest Draperies’ line of decorative drapery hardware offers state-of-the-art drapery track systems from the Netherlands with remote-controlled and other automated track systems. They offer a wide range of metal, wrought iron, and wood decorative hardware to place the finishing touches on your window treatments.
View the drapery hardware options that will allow you to cover all types of windows beautifully.
Drapery Hardware: Different Curtain Track Systems
At Galaxy Draperies, we are here to make your window treatments stylish and customized by offering countless motorized window treatments and home automation drapery options. Whether you have a curved wall that needs a drapery or you want to click a button on your cellphone to darken the room, we have your solution.
Curved Drapery Track for Rounded Windows and Walls
Are you worried that it will be a hassle to install an impressive drapery over your rounded windows? This is not a problem at all! Since not all walls are flat, we can easily use a curved drapery track to cover your windows with beautiful custom curtains and draperies.
Manually Operated System for Simplicity
Not tech savvy? Stick with what is guaranteed to work and makes you the most comfortable. The manually operated track system from Forest Drapery is simple, sleek, and easy to use. This is a great control option when working with a tight budget and has worked phenomenally for years.
Low Profile Ceiling Drapery Track for Low Ceilings/High Windows
You are no longer limited to only blinds and shades if your windows are extremely close to the ceiling. Low-profile ceiling tracks are perfect for windows that have little clearance between them and the ceiling.
Blinds are great, but why not treat your family to a drapery that perfectly matches the color and pattern of your unique couch? Concerned that your hardware and brackets may stick out too much? Simply use Rowley Company hardware; it matches practically any wall paint color and blends in smoothly.
Ripple Fold Track for a Beautiful Effect When Opened
When expanded, your curtains lie flush and flat to the window to complement a sleek and contemporary look in your home’s interior. Yet, when they are contracted, they fold onto each other, adding that texture and luxurious look you’ve been looking to get out of your custom window treatments in Los Angeles.
Enjoy more of your view when your ripple fold draperies are open by holding them back with Xentric Drapery Hardware tiebacks.
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Decorative Drapery Hardware Types: Solutions to Fit Your Style
There is more to decorative drapery hardware than just that track system on which they are controlled. Think of the track system as the support, while the following decorative hardware is the sexy, finishing embellishments. This is where you let your style take over the project and completely shine. Adding decorative drapery hardware is the cherry on top of your custom drapery sundae.
Decorative Curtain Rods
Available in a variety of finishes, polishes, irons, or woods, curtain rods define the look of your window treatments. You may start your design process with the fabric, but curtain rods complement the fabrics you carefully selected. Design your window treatments with the curtain rods in mind.
Brackets and Sconces
If you are hanging heavy draperies or need draperies for a large window, you may need brackets or sconces to support your curtain rods. Brackets and sconces also come in many decorative options that will complement your curtain rods and the color and texture of your chosen fabric.
Brackets come in two shapes: hook and loop. With a hook shape, you simply place the rod in the bracket (and secure it with a screw, if required). If you choose a loop-shaped bracket, you slide the rod through two holes that secure it in place.
Sconces are another option to support your decorative rods. They accommodate large-diameter rods and heavier window treatments. Sconces are usually crafted in ornate designs that match a luxurious Tuscan interior design and other classical aesthetics.
After you secure your decorative rods with the proper support hardware, you can add finials to either end to achieve the look you desire.
Finials are the various shaped pieces on the end of curtain rods. They finish out the design and create a well-rounded, complete look. You can get contemporary, traditional, rustic, or even custom-made finials to match your elegant draperies. They are available in various shapes, sizes, and colors.
When you think of curtains, do you ever think about whether you want them drawn back or want them framing the window? With tiebacks, you can do both! When you want to draw your custom draperies back to look at your gorgeous view, tiebacks hold your curtains back for a luxurious look. There are multiple style options depending on your interior design needs.
Decorative Curtain Rings
Curtain rings are decorative drapery hardware that does not need much explanation, but they shouldn’t be neglected. These sweet little beauties hold your gorgeous custom curtains up like the works of art they are. Carefully selecting their shape, color, and material will truly make a difference in custom curtains. Some common curtain rings that you can choose from include:
- S-hooks – These are extremely common and frequently used for hanging shower curtains. Shaped like an S, as the name implies, they are threaded through holes in the top of the window treatment and hung over the curtain rod.
- Pin-on hooks – This style of ring is pinned to the back of your window treatment, so you won’t be able to see the rings at all after hanging, creating a clean, sleek look.
- Long-neck hooks – If you have heavy fabric, long-neck hooks are a great choice to support their weight.
- Clip rings – These are rings that clip to the top of your window treatment and slide over the curtain rod.
Give curtain rings the attention they deserve, and you’ll be more than ecstatic with your selection.
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