Drapery Hardware & More in Scottsdale, AZ

After you have chosen the perfect fabrics and drapes for your window treatments you will need the right equipment for the next phase of your job; hanging your drapes. This will require drapery hardware. Equally as important to the selection of materials and colors for your window treatment is the correct drapery hardware.

Similar to drapery fabrics, there are many different types of drapery hardware to choose from. Again, it is important to choose drapery hardware that complements your drapes as well as the overall design of the room and hardware that suits the location of the curtain. There are collections of straight drapery rods for regular windows and specialty hardware for custom styled windows. Corner windows require the proper hardware while arch windows require bow shaped hardware. You can also use drapery hardware for other decorative ideas, such as a bed canopy made from ceiling mounted drapery or decorative drapery hardware mounted on the wall to display quilts or ornamental wall hangings. The uses for drapery hardware are only limited by your imagination.

There are many makers of drapery hardware and drapery hardware accessories, such as; traverse rods, standard rod, wire rods, sconces, brackets and many other hardware pieces that will help complete your window treatment. Hardware can include decorative solid brass drapery poles and rods for an elegant look, to several other types of finishes. The room style will determine which type and finish to use for your drapery hardware selection.

Choosing The Right Drapery Hardware

Components to Drapery Hardware:

  • Rods
  • Finials
  • Curtain Rod Brackets
  • Curtain Rings
  • Holdbacks
  • Tie-backs
  • Sconces
  • Wands
  • Batons

Types of Finishes:

  • Wooden
  • Metal
  • Steel
  • Brass
  • Wrought Iron

Types of Rods:

  • Bamboo Curtain
  • Basic Traverse
  • Bay Window & Curved
  • Café Curtain
  • Decorative Traverse
  • Double Curtain
  • Flat Valance
  • Spring Tension
  • Swing Arm (Crane)
  • Wooden Curtain
  • Wrought Iron Curtain
  • Wire

Types of Finials:

Finials are used to embellish the ends of drapery rods and often are the only decorative hardware exposed after the curtains and draperies are on the rod.

  • Glass
  • Antique Brass
  • Stained or Painted Wood
  • Hand-Forged Iron
  • Frosted Resin

Brackets are used to support drapery rods at each end and they are available in the same styles and finishes as the rods.

Rings are hooked on or sewn onto curtain or drapery headings then placed on a rod allowing fabric panels to move back and forth freely on the rod.

Tie-backs are fixed, decorative items anchored to the wall, allowing you to secure curtains or drapery panels away from a door or a window.