Popular finial designs like ball, sherwood and oakleaf cone paired with either fluted or smooth wood curtain rods work together to create an inviting and traditional window treatment. The Kirsch 1 3/8" Wood Trends collection features all of the basic color choices you need to match your hardware with your rooms interior design style.
For bay or corner applications, use the Kirsch swivel socket to join two or three poles to conform to shape of your window. Just don't forget that swivel sockets don't provide stability, you'll still need at least two support brackets for each pole section you use for your treatment.
For large windows, wood pole joiner screws can be used to combined multiple drapery rods together to reach any length. Install a bracket at each joint to provide extra support. And, wood poles are really easy to cut down to size if your window is smaller than the pole sizes available.
You can match finishes between Kirsch Wood Trends and Estate decorative traverse rods. If you need an operable treatment for one window in your room, use the Estate Wood Trends and match the hardware for the remaining windows with their coordinating finishes from other Wood Trends collections.
Rings from the Kirsch 1 3/8" Wood Trends collection come with alligator clips which are removable. You can use the clips to attach your flat panel drapery or valance to the ring. Or, take the clips off to use the eyelet with a drapery pin for pinch-pleat curtains.