Curtain Hardware • Curtain Rings • Curtain Rods
From Two-Hour Window Treatments - See Below
Pellon Header Tape - 3 inch
Pellon Header Tape - 4 inch
Four Chord Shir Tape - White
Four Chord Shir Tape - Ivory
Pencil Pleat Shir Tape - 3 inch
Pencil Pleat Shir Tape - 4 inch
Austrian Shade Tape - White
Austrian Shade Tape - Ivory
Twill Tape - White
Twill Tape - Ivory
Two Cord Shear Tape - White
Two Cord Shear Tape - Ivory
From: Two Hour Window Treatments
Spring Pressure/Tension Rod Curtain hardware can be decorative as well as functional. For elaborate curtain window treatments, traditional poles with detailed finials are available, as well as decorative tieback holders. Sleek, contemporary curtain hardware is available for a more understated look, consider using decorative knobs or other items as hardware. Rods are just as important to curtains as the fabric. Be certain to select your desired hardware before measuring for a window treatment.
A variety of curtain rods are available each primarily serving a different purpose. Tension or pressure rods, used inside window frames, are held in place by the pressure of a spring inside the rod. Because mounting brackets are not used, the woodwork is not damaged by screws.
Cafe rods are used with or without rings. Available in several finishes, including brass and enamel, they are used for hand-drawn window treatments or tie-tab curtains and drapery.
Wide curtain rods are available in both 2-1/2" and 4-1/2" widths. They add depth and interest to rod-pocket window treatments. Corner connectors make these rods suitable for bay and corner windows.
Sash rods use shallow mounting brackets so window treatments hang close to the glass. Available flat or round, they are commonly used for stretched curtains on doors.
Narrow curtain rods are used for rod-pocket window treatments. When sheer fabric is used, select a rod of clear or translucent plastic that will not show through the fabric.