Becket Adjustable Rod
(shown with Becket Finials).
Curtain rods are simply items on which your curtains or window treatments are hung,
and are as varied and numerous as the looks you want to achieve at your window.
Here's a guide to help you select the appropriate
curtain rod and hardware to create your own personal style:
View additional guides to help make selection
and installation simple:
Decorator-style curtain rods are available in a variety of adjustable lengths and widths to fit most any window treatment. They can be made from metal alloys, wood, and many other materials. Finials are the stylized fixtures at each end of the decorative rod and are available in many shapes and sizes.
Holdbacks and tassels serve two functions: as a means to pull your curtains away from the window, letting in light during the day, and as another decorative element for your window treatments. Holdbacks, available in many shapes and sizes, are mounted to the wall or window frame. Tassels can be used as holdbacks or tiebacks and can also be attached to a valance, swag or hung from a curtain rod creating an entirely new look.
Used with a decorative rod, clip rings allow for easy installation of your curtains or panels, along with simple closing and opening of your window treatments.
Also known as standard rods, utility curtain rods are available in many widths, sizes and configurations, allowing you to display and layer any window treatment easily.
Crafted specifically for use in a bay window, these curtain rods are designed and angled to perfectly fit a bay window.
Clever solutions for many window challenges. Our variety of problem solving hardware allows you to adjust your window treatments without reaching or straining (curtain tender), hang your treatments without marring any woodwork (Kwik-up brackets), install a magnetic blind or curtain rod on a metal door, and more.
Shower curtain rods and shower curtain rings to hold your shower curtain and liner. Shower curtain rods are available in standard sizes along with a space-creating curved rod.
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