The two inch Wood Trends collection from Kirsch is one of the most economical drapery hardware treatments available. Combining trend setting styles with classic colors and finishes, Wood Trends has been created to match any room in your home.
Traditional finial styles like Sherwood and Ball along with more modern designs like Bristol and District make Kirsch two inch Wood Trends one of the most versatile collections of wooden curtain rods and window treatment hardware. You can create contemporary or urban designs using the brilliant black finishes and geometric finials, or you can keep it traditional with popular wood tones like oak or mahogany paired with classic finials like Chaucer or Oakleaf Cone.
The two inch pole diameter is perfect for standard windows and will give your treatment added emphasis over a smaller pole diameter. Covering larger windows is easy when you combine multiple two inch wooden curtain rods together using a wood pole joiner screw. You can use two eight foot poles to cover a sixteen foot bank of windows by simply joining two poles and installing a center support where the two drapery rods meet. And, cutting down these Kirsch Wood Trends drapery poles to size is very easy using a powered miter saw or a hand saw.
The Kirsch two inch Wood Trends collection is finished using a paint and stain process so your drapery hardware will look great for decades to come. Most finishes include a clear top-coat to protect the finish and to help the rings slide easily over the poles when opening and closing. Unfinished wood poles and matching hardware is available. The unfinished Wood Trends curtain rods can be used for faux-finishing, painting or fabric wrap window treatments, but they can not be stained because the poles are constructed using finger joints. Finger joint construction makes sure that your wood pole remains straight and sturdy, but staining a finger jointed pole is not recommended.
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