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Window Treatments and Hardware

Window Treatments: Blinds, Shades & Much More.

We offer a wide range of window applications from top quality suppliers. Brands we carry such as Levelor, Graber, Habitat Blinds and Shadings, Elite Window Fashions, Maxmarr, Blinds by Vertican, George N Jackson Fabrics, SolR Window Shades and Shadex Window Coverings collectively demonstrate a full selection of:

  • Cellular Shades
  • Roman Shades
  • Solar Shades
  • Roller Shades
  • Designer Screen Shades
  • Pleated Shades
  • Wood Blinds
  • Faux Wood Blinds
  • Door Window Coverings
  • Shutters
  • Horizontal and Vertical Blinds
  • Sliding Panels

Many of these different types of window treatments have options available to achieve the lighting needs in your specific rooms. Shades can be light filtering, or darkening (also called blackout). They can also be a standard bottom up lift, or both a top down and bottom up in one. Depending on product, you may have choices for cordless lift, continuous cord loops, matching head rails and specialty window shapes. In addition, many of these manufacturers offer a beautiful collection of drapery hardware, which you can see in the hardware gallery in the below Hardware section.

 

Decorator Hardware

We often recommend Decorator Hardware as a great addition to the rooms’ décor. It becomes a part of the window treatment by bringing attention to it. Wood, wrought iron, and stainless steel and glass are used to make beautiful, innovative window hardware.

Decorator Hardware begins with a decorator rod which consists of the following:

  • The pole is what the drapery treatment hangs on and is the most visible part of the hardware. The poles come in many different sizes from ½” diameter to 3” diameter and are usually fabricated from wood, or metal.
  • The rings are what the drapery is attached to.The rings slide over the pole so the drape can be opened and closed if desired.  The rings usually match the color of the pole.
  • The brackets usually match the pole color, are usually not as visible as the pole and can sometimes be hidden altogether.
  • The finials are decorative end caps for the pole. They ensure that the drapery will stay on the pole and they are usually visually stimulating as they can be the most visible part of the hardware.Finials can be quite plain or very ornate and are usually fabricated from wood, metal, plastic, glass, or any combination of these.
  • The tiebacks are used to gather the drapery treatment off the window and soften the look of the treatment. Tiebacks can be quite ornate and are usually made from metal for strength.

Many things should be considered when purchasing decorative hardware. Drapery length, weight, and fabric, ceiling height, and drapery style should all be taken into account. Larger diameter rods are required for tall heavy drapes to avoid sagging and to keep everything in proportion.  If a smaller rod is used on a high drape it may not get noticed. Using a large rod on a small treatment can also be out of proportion.

Not only are decorator rods visually stimulating but they can also be cost effective as well. A good quality decorator pole can be quite costly but is usually less expensive that a separate valance treatment. Decorator hardware should be considered as a fashion accessory much like a belt or handbag in a ladies wardrobe, or jewelry for the home.

We supply Kirsch and many other lines of hardware to fit any budget or decorating need. Call us or drop by our showroom to view our extensive collections of decorator hardware samples. 

Click on the images below to open up each hardware picture into a full size gallery.

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