One of the easiest ways to make your window treatment really stand out is to use a medallion or tieback. Different makers call these unique pieces of drapery hardware by different names. Some call them holdbacks, others call them tiebacks and some call them rosettes. The collection of medallions and tiebacks from House Parts has something for every window and design.
You can use a medallion as a functional piece to hold your drapery in place when it's open. Or, multiple medallions and tiebacks can be used together as a stand alone curtain mounting system. By placing medallions and holdbacks around your window you can loosely drape or swag fabric between them to create a distinctive and unique style.
With the House Parts collection, some of the medallions come preassembled with their own projection posts while many do not come standard with a post. If the medallion you choose doesn't come with its own post, you can buy one separately to make sure that you get the proper projection. When choosing a projection post, it's important to know how the drapery is going to attach the medallion or tieback. If you're going to gather your drapery behind the holdback, make sure to select projection post long enough to hold the gathered fabric. However, if you're going to use a tieback rope, you can either choose the smallest projection post or, just screw the medallion partially into your wall or mounting surface.
You can also use a projection post as a finial mount. Most all of the House Parts finials can be screwed into the projection post to create a holdback. And, of course, all of the medallions, tiebacks and projection posts are available in all of the House Parts colors and finishes so you're certain to get a perfect match to your wood curtain rod.
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