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Curtains That Fit Your Style

Curtain and drapery rods are an essential component of any window treatment, and there are a variety of styles to choose from. There’s a curtain rod for you, whether you’re looking for a basic rod to hang your curtains or drapes or a decorative curtain rod to add some flair to your window. But you might ask.

In this guide, we’ll examine some of the different curtain rod styles available, from single to double rods, so that you can make the best choice for your home.
At Woven, we have the best selection of drapery rods and poles with matching curtain rod brackets, finials, and more for all your project needs. Come see us today and speak to our design team about our countless curtain rods and hardware styles at the lowest prices.

Curtain Rods vs. Drapery Rods

Curtain rods and drapery rods are often used interchangeably, but there is a slight difference between the two. Curtain rods are typically used to hang lightweight curtains, while drapery rods are designed to hold heavier fabrics. If you’re unsure which type of rod to get, look at the curtains or drapes you want to hang. A standard curtain rod should do the trick if they’re on the lighter side. If they’re heavier curtains or you have a larger window, you should opt for a stronger drapery rod.

Curtain Rods

They are made of thin metal or wood and come in various styles and sizes.

Drapery Rods

Drapery rods are also available in wood and metal, but they tend to be thicker and stronger because they need to hold heavier curtains or drapes. Metal rods are available in bronze, black, and nickel finishes.

Traverse Curtain Rod

A traverse curtain rod is a type of rod that is used to open and close curtains or drapes. The curtains are attached to the rod with hooks, and the rod itself has a cord that runs through it. You simply pull on the cord to raise the curtain along the rod to open the curtains. To close them, you do the same thing in reverse. The hooks will be sewn into the drapes for certain types of custom drapery.

Double Curtain Rod

A double curtain rod is exactly what it sounds like – a curtain rod that has two rods, one on top of the other. Double rods are often used to hang sheer curtains in front of heavier drapes, and this allows you to have the look of layered curtains without having to sew two curtains together.

Wooden Curtain Rods

Wooden curtain rods are a classic choice, and they come in a variety of woods, such as maple, oak, cherry, and more. You can find wooden rods in many different styles, from simple to ornate. Just keep in mind that they may be heavier than other types of rods, so make sure you have strong curtain hooks or rings that can support the weight.

Motorized Curtain Rods

If you have large windows or difficult-to-reach windows, motorized curtain rods may be the way to go. These rods are operated with a remote control, so you can open and close your curtains without getting up. With motorized rods, you can save your premium drapes or curtains from wear and tear. Motorized rods are also great for people with disabilities who may have difficulty reaching curtains or drapes on a traditional rod.

French Return Rods

This curtain rod’s name comes from the French name “Poteau de draperie,” which translates to drapery pole. These rods typically have a 90-degree angle on one end, which allows the drape or curtain to be pulled back flush against the wall or door. There are also no finials on this type of rod. This gives you maximum light and visibility when you want it while still providing privacy when you need it because it limits the normal light gap when the curtain or drapery reaches the end of a regular drapery rod.

Curtain Rod Finial

Finials are the decorative

knobs placed on the end of curtain rods. They come in many different styles, from simple to ornate, and can be made of wood, metal, glass, crystal, or even plastic. Finials are purely for decoration, but they can add a finishing touch to your window treatment.

Now that you know the different types of curtain rods available, here are a few things to keep in mind as you shop for the perfect one for your home:

Curtain Hooks and Curtain Rings

Curtain hooks and curtain rings are used to hang the curtain or drape on the rod. Curtain hooks simply hook onto the rod, while curtain rings have a clip that attaches to the curtain and then slides over the rod. When using drapery hooks or rings, you’ll want to ensure they’re compatible with your rod. Some curtain rods come with matching hooks or rings, while others do not.

Now that you know the different types of curtain rods available, here are a few things to keep in mind as you shop for the perfect one for your home:

Your Supplier for Curtain Rods in Denver

Now that you know the different types of curtain rods available, it’s time to pick the perfect one for your home. Whether you need a decorative rod or an extra-long rod for large windows, we have what you need. Our team at Woven in Denver and Greenwood Village team can help you decide on the perfect curtain rods for your home. Our wide selection of rods and hardware will match your home’s design style. Contact us today to get started.

Enhance Your Curtains with the Perfect Rods and Hardware

Ready to find the ideal curtain rods and hardware for your home? Contact Woven Custom Window Treatments today to discover our wide selection and expert services. Let us help you bring your window treatment vision to life with the right finishing touches.

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