Drapery poles are usually mounted at least 3″-4″ above the window trim. If a layered look is desired for your window, choose a double bracket that can mount one right in front of the other. You can also use a standard curtain rod with a small projection underneath a decorative rod to achieve this look.
Finials complete the window and the room. They give windows a wide range of looks while coordinating with other elements of the room being decorated. Metal is a more contemporary style, while wood provides warmth and traditional styles. You might even consider glass finials to complement sheer fabrics.
Kirsch endcaps are an ideal solution for windows with limited wall or window space. Endcaps also provide a streamlined contemporary option for the window when used in place of finials.
Add another finishing touch to your windows with holdbacks. It’s a beautiful way to coordinate accessories and open windows to allow light to flow in.
Kirsch traverse rods are operated by a cord and pulley system or by wand draw and coordinate with pinch-pleated or Ripplefold® draperies. Draw options include split draw, one-way left and one-way right.
Rings are an easy way to attach panels to the pole. When used with by-pass brackets, c-rings allow panels to slide past a center support bracket. All rings have removable clips so you can use the eyelet to pin draperies.
Brackets provide the foundation of any decorative drapery hardware look. Brackets are tonally coordinated to complete all window treatments. Kirsch recommends a bracket is placed at maximum every 4′. Decorative brackets (also known as scarfholders or sconces) may be used for a more dramatic look.
Swivel sockets are an ideal solution for any window down to a 90° angle including bay and corner windows.