Classic Wrought Iron styles are available in seven-eighths inch diameter in the Iron Art by Orion Collection. Scroll, pinecone and other floral designs are featured with the finial selections along with more contemporary offerings. And, all components can be finished in any Iron Art color.
A nice alternative to a plain round pole is the wood grain style offered in the seven-eighths inch collection. This style curtain rod has an inlaid pattern resembling a tree branch. It's a great choice when paired with one of Orion's leaf or floral style finials.
For ceiling mount applications, the eyelet bracket is required. The full round bracket can be used for either wall or ceiling mount and is available in several sizes. You can also combine bracket styles and use the eyelet bracket as a ceiling mounted center support for wide spans with limited wall space.
When selecting your bracket, you'll want to determine your return measurement first. The brackets return measurement tell you the distance from the center of the brackets cup to the wall. Smaller returns will keep your drapery hanging near the window glass while larger returns will project the curtain outwards and further away from your window. Larger returns are typically used if your need your fabric to clear an obstacle in your window.