You can add interest to your decorative drapery hardware treatment by adding a Kirsch Holdback to your drapery treatment. Holdbacks are a great way to bring style as well as functionality to your room design. Holdbacks can be used as drapery tiebacks to keep your curtains in place when open, and sometimes, you can use multiple holdbacks to create a window treatment without using traditional drapery poles and rings. The possibilities are truly endless. Using holdbacks and tiebacks, you can create your very own style for your window design.
Holdbacks are available to go along with popular Kirsch Drapery Hardware collections like Wood Trends and Buckingham. While it's common to use holdbacks from the same collection as your drapery pole, you can always mix and match between collections. But, keep in mind that if you select a holdback from a different collection as your drapery pole, the colors will not match. This typically isn't a problem because many designers and home owners like using holdbacks with contrasting colors from the drapery pole treatment. For example, using black holdbacks with silver or gold drapery poles will add additional impact to your overall design. Of course, if you're after an exact color match, Kirsch has made it easy by offering several styles that compliment their most popular collections.
Make sure to take a look at the overall projection of the holdback you're considering. You want to make sure that there aren't any obstacles in your room that may get in the way of the holdback. Your holdback needs to project out from the wall far enough for you to wrap your curtain fabric around it. If you're using a rope to tieback your curtains, you'll most likely be able to select a holdback with a minimal projection since your fabric won't be draped over the projection stem.