Add the perfect finishing touch to any room in your home with our beautiful new collection of drapery hardware.

From your powder room to your bedroom, adding drapery hardware is a classic way to complete any space around your home—and our new drapery hardware collections make it easy. Featuring adjustable rod sets and finials in finishes that pair with our hardware and lighting collections—you can instantly add a more cohesive, polished look to any space around your home.

With solid wood finials and a sleek, modern design, our Hillcrest Drapery Rod brings a touch of refinement to your windows.

Choose a double drapery rod to add an extra layer of style—or light blocking curtains—to your window.

Our Altona Drapery Rod matches perfectly with the Mid-Century silhouettes of our Altona Hardware and Lighting Collections.

Crafted from solid brass, our drapery hardware is designed to last a lifetime.

Our End Cap Drapery Rod provides a clean and simple style that will complement any room aesthetic.

Pair your drapery rod with other window accessories—like tiebacks, curtain rings, and window locks—in matching finishes.

Add a note of textural detail with our Trask Drapery Rod, featuring beautiful knurled finials that echo the industrial design notes of our Trask Lighting, Hardware and Bathroom Collections.

Each collection features a range of four adjustable rod lengths to accommodate a wide variety of windows.

For a simple, streamlined look, our Stanton Adjustable Drapery Rod offers a rounded edge and hidden bracket.

The ringed details of our Paulson Drapery Rod adds a subtle decorative note alongside your curtains.

Going for a more vintage look? Our Café Sets can be installed with the top of the lower sash on double-hung windows for a period-inspired feeling that preserves privacy and brings in natural light.

Project Tip: When installing café curtain sets, leave the top third of your window exposed to allow in more light and add a layer of privacy.

Need tips on how to hang drapery rods? Check out our guide, How to Hang Curtains. Not sure which pieces you need? Schedule a complimentary consultation with our Design Crew.

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