If you've ever attempted to dress a window, you likely found that the options are as varied as the shapes and sizes of windows themselves. We'll help you troubleshoot your most complicated curtain dilemma.
Rods, Rings, and Finials
Designers often put as much thought and custom detail into the hardware as they do the curtain panels themselves.
Designer Mitchell Brown says, "You want to have rods and rings that are in proportion to the size of the room and windows. In a generous room, that might mean a three-inch-diameter rod. There's nothing worse than skimpy rods and rings that look like they don't support the weight of the curtains."