What Curtains are Best for My Bedroom?

Choosing the right curtains for your bedroom should be a big part of your decorating plan. But how do you go about deciding on the best curtain for your bedroom?  There are many considerations. For example – are you going for a certain look or do you want a particular color or print or pattern? Maybe you want to create some drama. Or perhaps your goal is to put your bedroom in total darkness, to help you get a better night’s rest. The choice is yours. The decision is yours. The variety – that’s on us. We offer a huge variety of curtains, from which you can select the perfect bedroom window curtains. Let’s get started!

How to Choose Bedroom Curtains

Solids, sheers, lace, prints, stripes, velvet, damask, faux silk, cotton, sateen – so many choices. And these are just a few of the curtain choices we offer. Decisions, decisions, decisions – we know deciding what to choose for your bedroom curtains can be tough. Here’s a little insight to help you at least narrow down your final choices:

Embrace the light with Sheer Curtains

Sun-worshippers might want to stick to sheer curtains, such as our Hydrangea Bouquet Embroidered Faux Linen curtains. Simply beautiful!  Whether you’re going for a traditional or more modern look, sheer curtains will complete the look. They can also soften a room and are a great choice if you’re going for a romantic vibe in your bedroom. Sheer curtains are timeless. Don’t forget you can also frame your sheers with beautiful solid panels.

Darken Your Room for Better Sleep

Many people who suffer from insomnia and other sleep issues, often look for ways to help them sleep better.  Darker rooms are one of the elements for better sleep, and blackout bedroom curtains or room darkening curtains are the perfect way to block unwanted light. They also work well for people with non-traditional sleep schedules – for example – schedules that require you to sleep during the day-time. These curtains will also save you money on your energy bills. Here’s another bedroom curtain tip: to lighten the look during the daytime while still getting a bit of privacy, add sheer curtains to the mix.

Bold Color Lovers

If you want your curtains to stand out – really stand out, go with our Chevron Horizontal Stripe Pattern curtains that come in contemporary colors.  Or, you can always go with white curtains and leave your bold touch to your bedding. Our Latitude Comforter set in green is the perfect touch

Give Me Drama, Please!

If you’re leaning more towards a traditional bedroom, you might want to try some heavier curtains in the darker colors. You can always add some sheers to that. And for more drama, try one of our elegant valances.

When looking for the best bedroom curtain selection, check us out. And in addition to curtains, draperies, shades, and curtain rods, we also offer bedroom comforter sets you can coordinate with your bedroom curtains.  Right now, we’re running a special – save $10 dollars on purchases of $100 dollars or more. Simply use Coupon Code MAR19. The offer expires the end of March. Contact us with any questions, via email or phone at 866-886-3632.  Happy decorating!

How to Select Curtains for Your Kitchen

Many of us are in the midst of spring cleaning. If part of your plans includes renovating or even painting the kitchen, don’t overlook your kitchen curtains. You may not even realize how long it has been since you replaced or cleaned them. Kitchen curtains are exposed to a multitude of unwanted elements such as dust, grime, cooking scents, and if they’re located near the stove – grease.  We’re so glad you’ve decided to upgrade your curtains. There are many great choices for kitchen curtains. Here is some insight on how to select kitchen curtains.

Tips on Choosing the Best Kitchen Curtain

Location of Windows

One of the first things you need to consider is the location of your kitchen window(s). Obviously, if your window is located over the sink or stove, you should either go with short curtains or perhaps a roman shade or a valance. All of our window shades are available in multiple widths to fit nearly any window. We have curtains to fit nearly every style of window.

The Size of Your Kitchen Matters

If you have a smaller kitchen, curtains in light, cooler colors will make it seem bigger. If you have a much bigger, even over-sized kitchen, warm colors are best.

Decorative or Functional

There’s no doubt that curtains can complete the look of your kitchen. Do you want them for decoration, or do you need them to satisfy a function? Do you need a type of curtain that you can easily open or close?  Do you need more privacy? Take all of that into consideration when choosing your kitchen curtain.

Best Fabric for Curtains

You will also need to make sure you’re choosing the best fabric for your kitchen curtains. If you need privacy, you should go with a heavier fabric. But if you want privacy, while still letting in sunlight, consider sheer curtains. When thinking of a kitchen, bright and airy usually come to mind, and you can create that vibe with lightweight fabrics such as cotton or linen. These fabrics are also washable in case you like washing your curtains often.

Options for Big Kitchen Windows  

If your kitchen windows are big and require curtains that go to the floor (French doors or double doors, or even a large bay window), you may want to opt for a neutral shade for your curtains. That’s because when exposed to lots of sunlight, some bright colored curtains tend to fade faster.  Neutral shades for interior design can include gray, silver, white, beige, cream, ivory, taupe, tan, and even black.

Consider the Style of Your Kitchen

Are you trying to go for a particular kitchen vibe or style? Your choice of curtains can help dictate that. For example, for a Bohemian kitchen, a floral-patterned window treatment should work beautifully. For a kitchen with a homey, country cottage vibe, consider getting a checkered or plaid design. Do you favor a modern or more minimalist look? Curtains in a solid neutral color or a bold abstract design would fit the bill perfectly.

We Offer the Best Kitchen Window Curtains

When looking for the best kitchen curtain selection, or top-quality, but affordable window treatments, check us out. In addition to curtains, draperies, shades, and curtain rods, we also offer beautiful bedding. And right now, we’re running a special: save $10 dollars on purchases of $100 dollars or more. Simply use Coupon Code MAR19. The offer expires on March 31.  Contact us with any questions or call us at 866-886-3632.

How Wide Should Curtains Be?

Many of us are in the mood to refresh our homes for spring, which of course should include a beautiful new set of curtains. We know that curtains help set the tone of a room, and can bring the room to life. But when they’re a bit off, they can also be a distraction. Have you ever been to someone’s house and noticed the curtains don’t seem to quite fit the window properly?  

Our creative juices direct us away from tradition, and we love creativity. It’s all about personal choice. But unless you’re doing something special with the window or if you don’t intend to close the curtains, there’s an easy formula you can follow to determine how wide to hang curtains.

Hanging Curtains is a Numbers Game

This may sound obvious, but before buying the curtains, make sure to measure the windows – both the length and the width- using either a yardstick or a measuring tape. Curtains are always measured in inches, width by length. This is no time for guessing or making estimations. Don’t forget to write the measurements on a piece of paper.

Tips for Measuring Windows

Here are some tips to follow when measuring the width of your windows:

  • Measure the width across the widow facing, and the width on each side of the frame. Some people prefer 4 to 6 inches on each side, while others – 12 inches, for example. You don’t want the curtains to hang right next to the side of the window.
  • Another common rule is that they should have a combined width that is 2 to 2½ times the width of the window.
  • Curtains should go over on each side by no less than an inch or two. Allow for more room if you want the curtains to clear the window when open.
  • You should also consider the fullness of the curtains. For a full look on your window, be sure to order curtain pair widths that are either one and a half to double the width of the window that you are covering.
  • When buying curtains for wide windows, it’s a good idea to order an extra pair of regular width curtains to be sure of coverage.

When measuring the width of curtains, you should also consider the type of curtain you’re planning to hang. Curtains such as sheer, lace, ruffled, balloon, and valances and swags may require special measurements to create certain looks. And don’t forget the oh-so-important curtain rod. Choose one that’s wider than the width of your window.

Are Your Ready to Order the Best Curtains?

Whether you need curtains for small or wide windows, we have the curtain just for you. We offer a huge selection of curtains for any room in your house. In addition to our affordable pricing and regular sales, right now we’re running a special offer. You can save $10 dollars on purchases of $100 dollars or more. Simply use Coupon Code MAR19. The offer expires the end of March. Contact us with any questions, via email or call us at 866-886-3632.  We can help you with your curtain measurements or curtain choices. We look forward to helping you with your home-décor needs!

Solids or Prints: Which is Best for Curtains?

When it comes to choosing window treatments for your home, trying to decide between solid color curtains or printed curtains can be challenging. It all boils down to your personal taste, so go with what you like.  We offer a huge selection of beautiful curtains for every room of your house, whether your decorating style leans more towards the modern look, the traditional look, or something in-between.

Considerations When Choosing Curtains

In addition to getting what makes you smile when you walk into a room, there are other considerations when buying curtains. Some of the most crucial factors include color and fabric, curtain length, room-darkening/light-filtering, privacy concerns, setting a particular mood, matching a wall color, and of course, choosing solid color curtains or print curtains.

Solid with a Side of Boldness

We have one of the largest selections of solid curtains that come in a variety of colors, textures, and designs. We feature many stunning, machine-washable, low-maintenance curtains in solid prints. We also offer some of the best-patterned curtains. Our Belgard Grommet Top Panel – Habitat, for example, features an amazing contemporary design in a tonal geometric jacquard fabric. 

Room-Darkening Curtains

If you want to go totally dark in the room, try our Ultimate Black Out Grommet Top Curtain Panel, which is woven in a manner that blocks out the light coming through your window. It comes with a detachable wand, making it very convenient to open and close. There are plenty more insulated blackout and room darkening curtains from which you can choose. Here’s something else to keep in mind. You can save money and energy with energy-efficient curtains? We sell energy saver liner panels, that you can hang behind your favorite existing window panels.

Kitchen Curtains with a Flair

Your kitchen windows present the perfect opportunity for you to explore and show-off your fun, creative side. Of course, solid curtains can work in the kitchen, especially if you want a minimalist-looking kitchen. Neutral shades come to mind. But otherwise, go for flowers, lace, or an abstract pattern. A plaid or checkered pattern works well for a country kitchen. If your kitchen is small but has a big window, you might consider getting room-darkening curtains to block the sun, for food safety, or if you need privacy from neighbors or others. Another idea is to simply add a beautiful valance, swag or other toppers to your window.

Add Personality to a Child’s Bedroom

Window treatments for a child’s bedroom should come easy. Children often have their favorite characters, themes, animals, or even colors they prefer in their room. As they get a bit older,  youngsters sometimes prefer some type of textured curtains or curtains with a bold pattern or cool abstract design. A perfect example our Reston Tailored Rod Pocket Curtain Panel, which features striking and bold chevron horizontal stripe pattern. It comes in a variety of contemporary colors. 

See Us for Quality Curtains

Again, we can cover windows in every room of your home. We sell quality curtains, accessories, and home goods at affordable prices. You don’t have to break the bank to turn your home into a designer showcase. Contact us with any questions, via email or call us at 866-886-3632. Tell us about your personal style, and we’ll help you decide between a solid color curtain or a print. We look forward to helping you with your home-décor needs!

Selecting the Best Curtain Texture for Dining Rooms

The dining room can serve many purposes, from hosting big dinners to being the setting for intimate dinners for two, to serving as the spot for a family discussion or meeting.  Dining rooms can be very versatile. Some people love a dramatic, more formal dining room, while others prefer a modern look with minimal lines. It’s all about your decorating style which extends to curtains for your dining room.  Could bold, textured curtains be in your future to complete the look for this great gathering spot?

Don’t Ignore Dining Room Curtains

You’ve chosen the perfect dining room set, and all of its accompanists – a stunning light fixture, artwork, and perhaps even a beautiful rug to protect your hardwood floors, and to add charm to the room. But have you given any thought to the window treatments in your dining room? Choosing curtains is often overlooked when it comes to decorating a room.

Popular Textured Curtains

The type of textured curtain you choose will help create the mood for your dining room. Some of the most popular textured curtains are linen/linen look, weave patterns out of satin or cotton fabrics, jacquard weaves, velvets, tweeds, chenille, taffeta, suede/faux suede, burlap, embroideries, and damask. Heavier fabrics will give you a more elegant, formal look, and works well for traditional décor. Fabrics lighter in weight and color will give you a lighter, breezier look. This works well for more modern décor.

Textured Curtains Can Enhance Your Dining Room

Our selection of beautifully textured curtain panels gives you many decorating options. You can choose curtains the same color as your walls, extending the depth of your room, and giving it a clean, uniformed look. If you want to go with different colors for your wall and curtains, but still have them mesh, consult with the color wheel to build color schemes.   You might also consider a textured print to compliment the upholstery on your dining room chairs.   Another thought for your curtains is to lift a color from your rug. You might also consider adding valances to your window alone or as an accent for your textured curtains.

Elegant Hardware Can Add to the Charm

Another design element to consider is the type of hardware you will need for hanging your curtains – curtain rods. We offer a huge selection of curtain rods – basic rods, decorative rods, continental rod, traverse rods, and more, in all types of materials (such as wood and metal). We can help you choose the best curtain rod that’s perfect for your textured dining room curtains.

We Can Help You Choose the Best Textured Curtains

If you’re debating on color or style of textured curtains for your dining room, we can help you decide. Feel free to contact us with any questions, via email or phone at 866-886-3632.  And if you’re unsure about how to measure curtains, we can help you with that, as well. Check out our ultimate guide to curtains, where you’ll find lots of great information.  If you’re looking for the best-textured curtains for your dining room, you’re in the right place. Shopping at The Curtain Shop guarantees that you’ll get the best quality curtains while saving money. Visit us for all of your curtain and home decorating needs.

How High Should I Hang Curtains?

Have you ever walked into someone’s home and noticed that there’s something a bit off about their curtains and the room itself?  It looks as if the curtains are either hung too low or the length is not right. All of this can take away from not only the beauty of the curtains and the room, but can also throw off the room’s balance. We’re going to help you avoid those mistakes. Is there a correct height to hang curtains?  While there’s no definitive answer, curtain height definitely matters.

Curtain Considerations

We know that curtains can complete a room, and if not hung correctly, can almost destroy the look of the room. But first, let’s look at the various elements you’ll need to consider when choosing curtains. They include the size of your window, the goal you’re trying to achieve, the color, type of fabric, or whether you want room darkening curtains or light-filtering curtains.  Do you have a particular room theme, or are you trying to create a certain vibe? You must also consider the type of rod and, of course, the curtain length.

Curtain and Rod Placement

There are steps you can take to measure curtains correctly.  What is the best height to hang your curtains above the window?  You need to first choose the right curtain rod for your window, and learn how to hang that curtain rod.  There’s a formula when it comes to deciding proper height to hang a curtain rod. One general rule of thumb is to place it about 4 to 6 inches above the window frame, though the height will depend on the length of your curtains and the type of rod you’re using.  

Tips for Hanging Curtains

While decorating styles vary, there are some factors to keep in mind when deciding on the height for hanging curtains. Here are a few tips for hanging curtains:

  • For a more dramatic or formal look, allow your curtains to “puddle” the floor.
  • If you have pets in your home, you may want to avoid having your curtains puddle the floor.
  • Hanging the rod and curtains higher will visually extend the height of the room; hanging them lower will make your ceiling appear lower.
  • If you regularly open and close your curtains, you may want to hang them just slightly above the floor, making it easier for you to open and close them.

Choosing the Right Fabric for Curtains

There’s a bevy of fabrics from which to choose when looking for the best fabric for curtains. Obviously, you should take into consideration the room you’re decorating, but the sky’s the limit when it comes to fabric curtain choices. We offer lace, muslin, gauze, cotton, real silk/faux silk, velvet, seersucker, real linen/faux linen, satin, and so much more. You will also need to decide if you want a solid or decorative print. We have it all.

Shop for the Best Curtains With Us

Shopping at The Curtain Shop guarantees that you’ll get high-quality curtains while saving money.  And if you’re unsure about your curtain size, no worries. We provide detailed instructions on how to measure curtains, and so much more, in our all-inclusive curtain guide. Feel free to contact us with any questions. We look forward to helping you choose the perfect curtain for any room in your house. In addition to curtains, we also offer bedding – comforters, bedspreads, and more. Visit us for your curtain and home decorating needs.

Finding the Best Blackout Curtains

Much of the country has been experiencing brutally cold weather. And if you live in its path, you’ve been doing everything you can to stay warm. But did you know that one of the ways to help keep your heat inside the house is with the help of blackout curtains? The U.S. Department of Energy says we lose about 30 percent of our home’s energy through windows. This means we need to be vigilant about keeping that heat inside – where it belongs. One of the ways to make that happen is with thermal blackout curtains.

What Are Thermal Blackout Curtains?

Thermal blackout curtains are energy-efficient curtains, designed to insulate a room, saving you money on your energy bill. These curtains usually have two layers: the drapery fabric layer and a thermal insulating acrylic suede white backing, to help retain heat in the winter and cool air in the summer. If the lining is black, this adds the blackout element. These insulated curtains are also an excellent source to block light. Many curtains are room darkening, but only a true blackout curtain will block 99.8 percent of light. And a curtain that blocks less than 95 percent of the light is typically called a light filtering curtain.

We Offer an Excellent Variety

Our blackout curtains come in a variety of colors and sizes. We also offer blackout curtains for small windows. And here’s a bonus – if you have a pair of curtains that you love, but they’re not blackout curtains, we can help. We sell a blackout liner that works with any style of curtain – from the pinch-pleated drape to the rod pocket curtain. Ask us about tailoring your curtains.

Blackout Curtains for Sleep

One of the biggest benefits of blackout curtains is that they can also help you get your sleep.

Many people work overnight shifts or other similar shifts that force them to sleep during the daytime, which can be hard to do in a lit room. Having a little one at home can also disrupt your sleep pattern, forcing you to sleep whenever you get a chance to do so. If you’re unable to fall asleep in the daytime, blackout curtains can be a huge help.

Blackout Curtains Will Protect Your Belongings

In addition to blocking cold air in the winter, helping to retain cool air in the summer, and blocking out light, blackout curtains also help reduce noise and protect furniture, rugs, and other valuables from sun damage. Some of our panels also help block the sun’s glare from your TV or computer screen.

How to Find the Best Blackout Curtains

Shopping with us at The Curtain Shop guarantees that you’ll get top-notch, high-quality curtains, without overbearing costs. And if you’re unsure about your curtain size, no worries. We provide detailed instructions on how to measure curtains (all types of curtains). Feel free to contact us at 1-866-886-3632 with any questions. We look forward to helping you with all of your curtain needs.

Are Your Windows Looking Tired? Consider Valances

A nice well-lit room is great, but you don’t want your room to be constantly exposed to the harsh sun all day long. A window treatment is one way to manage this.

Window treatments are among the most overlooked aspects of interior design (most only have it as an afterthought). Installing window treatments can be functional, purely aesthetic, or both. Doing window treatments is one of the easiest ways to change the style of your home.

Window treatments come in many forms, and one of them is the valance. A valance is usually used with curtains and blinds, covering the upper part of the window and hiding window drapery hardware.

Here’s why you should consider using a valance in your window.

They Come in Many Styles

Valances come in many styles (balloon, swag, ascot, box pleat, and more), forms, and colors. Choosing the right style for you can depend on many things: the look you want to achieve, the theme of your interior, and even your personal taste. Valances can be elegant or dramatic. They can also be modern and contemporary. Pair them with plain curtains or blinds for a more structured and layered look.

They Can Dramatically Change the Look of your Home

Valances can add beauty and drama to any room. They can transform a space from being very basic to looking extravagant or elegant. Choose a valance that will upscale the look of your interior.

They Offer Energy Saving Benefits

A valance’s energy saving benefits make it a wise choice in home decoration and window treatment. It keeps out the sun’s rays and keeps the temperature of the room cooler. You can use dark or heavier fabrics if you want to keep the sun out. If you want to let the sun in colder temperatures, you’ll have the convenience to do so.

They are More Affordable Than Other Window Treatments

Valances are usually more affordable than full window curtains and blinds. They require less maintenance and are easier to clean. You can easily wash a valance in your washing machine. If you have non-washable materials, you can easily wipe it with a damp cloth or simply dust them off.

They Work With Every Room of the House

You can install a valance in your living room, kitchen, dining room, and bedroom. They are perfect for your kitchen window, strong enough to endure the daily activities in the kitchen sink. A valance can also add softness to a room, so you can use it to make your bedroom or living room cozier.

Looking for the Perfect Window Treatment? Check Out The Curtain Shop

The Curtain Shop has a huge selection of curtains, valances, and even bedding. We have all types of fabric and materials to cater to your needs. Beautify your home while protecting it from the heat, while keeping your privacy. Call us at 1-866-886-3632 to speak to one of our knowledgeable customer service representatives.

The Curtain Shop is More Than Curtains

This is January, and you know what that means – out with the old, and in with the new.  Buying something new for your home – be it curtains, bedding, or window valances – is an excellent way to start the new year.  Think refresh or renew.

January Spring Cleaning

Has winter cleaning become the new spring cleaning? Many of us get a head start on spring cleaning this time of year. Let’s talk January spring cleaning.  Think about it – wintery conditions, along with this being the season for colds and other viruses kind of forces us to stay inside, right? If you’re feeling up to it, now is the perfect time to take on this home project, which can be invigorating.

Out with the Old…

And who among us, doesn’t have some old curtains or comforters that we haven’t used in MANY years, taking up space in a closet, drawer or chest in our home? Are you really going to use them again? It’s time for them to go. We have plenty of great options, for every room of your house, and we’re talking about way more than just curtains.

Your Bedroom Transition Starts Now

The bedroom is a good starting place for your decorating transition project.  Wouldn’t it be nice to get a new comforter, quilt, or bedspread?  Whether you prefer traditional bedding sets or more contemporary sets featuring solid colors or intricate designs and prints, we have something for you. We offer some of the most beautiful, colorful comforter sets, complete with matching pillows. You can order neck and throw pillows to match many of our sets, creating a layered bedding design.

The Curtain Shop offers favorite brands such as Thomasville, Croscill, and Victor Mill. Many of our sets are available in twin, full, queen, king, and California king sizes. All are made using high-end, quality materials.

Valances and Swags Galore!

You can put the finishing touches on your bedroom redesign with new curtains, window valances or swags. And we have a huge selection from various brands, to suit any home décor theme, from rustic and traditional to ultra-modern, and everything in-between. And just in case you want to get even more creative and expand your décor vision, for most of our valances, you can buy additional fabric by the yard.

Our Prices are Competitive

As you can see, while curtains are our “thing”, and we carry a huge, impressive selection of curtains and shades, we offer so much more. We use high-quality materials and fabrics, but that doesn’t mean that our prices are not competitive – because they are. And to save even more money, don’t forget to check out our Clearance section.

Shopping from Home is Easy

Isn’t shopping from the comfort of your own home grand? And placing an order with us is easy. You can simply shop right here on our website and add your favorite items to the shopping cart. We also want to point out that free fabric samples are available for most of our selections, and those samples will be mailed out within two business days.

We’re Ready to Chat

If you have any questions, call us at 1-866-886-3632, and speak to one of our friendly customer service representatives. The Curtain Shop is always ready to help. Now, let’s get started with spring cleaning in January, so you can make room for your beautiful new additions to your home. Your inspiration starts right here!

Choosing the Right Curtain Rod

Some curtain rods are meant to be seen, while others are perfectly happy hiding away and letting the curtains they support capture all the attention. There are perhaps as many kinds of rods as there are types of stylish window treatments, including those designed especially for arched windows and other unusual shapes or configurations.

With so many options, it can be difficult to decide on the best window treatment and rod. Your decision will depend on the overall room decor, the type of window, and the style statement you want to make. Some of the most popular rods for today’s homes include:

Traditional Wood Rods

Generally, wood rods are sturdy as well as decorative and meant to be seen. They typically boast matching wood finials and are attached to the wall with wooden, which are also decorative features. Either stained or painted, wooden rods can take on a traditional or contemporary character. Pinch-pleated curtains and drapes hang from wooden rings or clips, allowing homeowners to manually pull fabric panels to the side. Smaller diameter wood poles accommodate curtain panels with rod pockets and are good for less formal window treatments.

Decorative Metal Rods

Available in a variety of finishes, today’s metal poles and decorative rods are also suitable for a wide range of styles, from classic pinch pleated draperies to casual cottage curtains. Smaller rods are usually threaded through curtain pockets. Depending on the effect desired, the rods and finials can be as decorative as the curtains themselves. Fabric panels can be hung from rings or modern clips, and popular contemporary drapes sometimes boast built-in grommets to create sleek tailored window treatments.

Traverse Rods

With a built-in mechanism that allows easy opening and closing of drapes by means of a cord pulley, traverse rods have been a staple in home interiors for decades. Today’s traverse rods may be motorized for even easier operation, and are the go-to choice for covering large expanses of glass. While the standard configuration is to pull panels from the center to the sides, you may specify one way pulls, or design custom configurations to handle a variety of openings. In more contemporary spaces, unobtrusive traverse rods may be attached to ceilings. Another option is to hide the mechanism behind a valance, decorative cornice or an architectural panel.

Dual Rod Sets

Many homeowners opt for layered window treatments: sheers as well as decorative pinch-pleated drapes, or panels topped by a matching or contrasting valance. For such treatments, dual rod sets, either in functional metal or a decorative finish, are a helpful option.

Specialty Rods

No matter how you envision “dressing” your windows, there are rod options to create any effect you want. Specialty rods and hardware make it easy to highlight arched windows and contemporary “stacked” window walls. There are rods designed to accommodate door panels, expansion rods that fit inside the window frame, magnetic rods, swing-arm rods, stationary side panel rods, and wraparound privacy rods that eliminate gaps between curtains and walls.

Satisfy Your Design Needs

At The Curtain Shop, our extensive selection of quality rods complements our curtain and drapery options. We are happy to work with clients to determine the best way to achieve your design goals and “dress” your windows. We invite you to browse our online store or call us at 1-866-886-3632 to discuss available options.