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Kirsch Renaissance Wood Drapery Hardware

Get a truly custom look for your wood curtain rods without the long wait and custom price tag with Kirsch Renaissance. Amazing two-toned faux finishes and ornate finials and end caps will make an unforgettable statement.

Exclusive Multi-Toned Finishes Are Featured In The Kirsch Renaissance Collection

For elegant two-toned faux finishes and that high-end designer look on a budget, the Kirsch Renaissance collection won't disappoint. Featuring highly detailed multi-layered finishes that are usually only found on exclusive custom hand painted drapery hardware, Kirsch Renaissance bridges the gap and brings exquisite detail and features in a collection that's affordable for every room in your house.

The popular two inch drapery rods are scaled to match just about any window. The size looks great on standard windows and extra long windows alike. Exclusively featuring fluted pole styles, the Renaissance faux-finishes really stand out. Darker aspects of the finish permeate the rich flutes while the subtle faux highlights flow through the raised portions of the pole fascia. The fluted pole design enhances the faux finish and brings additional interest to your drapery hardware treatment.

The elegant hand crafted finials are specially made to compliment the detail of the faux finishing. Simple designs with ornate embellishments work together to create a beautiful and stylish drapery rod design. Classic shapes like the ball finial are expanded with rich detail and the traditional end cap design has been enhanced with raised edges and beading. And, the Renaissance collection also features enhanced decorative brackets and rings that perfectly match the finial styles within the collection.

The Renaissance drapery Rods from Kirsch are manufactured in a way where they can be easily combined together to reach longer lengths. It's easy to join two poles together using a pole joiner screw to reach any length that you need. But, it's important to remember that you need to use a center bracket to cover the seam where the two poles join.

And, if your window is slightly smaller than one of the standard pole sizes, you can easily cut down the pole to match your size. All wood drapery poles can be cut down using a hand saw or a powered miter saw.

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