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Interior Motives — Jewelry for your windows

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fisher_webDrapery hardware has come to the forefront of window dressing. You’re not stuck with boring white curtain rods any more. There’s a look in drapery hardware that can dress up any room in any style.

About 20 years ago, someone realized that draperies could be enhanced and beautified with interesting rods, rings and tiebacks. The window covering industry will never be the same, fortunately!

Drapery hardware became a focal point of window dressing. You can now find drapery rods, finials, rings, and tiebacks in a mind-boggling assortment of designs in iron, wood, stainless steel, decorative ceramic, glass, wrought iron, painted or not.

Traditional, formal or period rooms will be enhanced with classic wood, gilded, carved, or oil rubbed bronze poles. Select a finial with a historical shape such as a basic round, a pineapple or fleur-de-lis. Choose a simple pine or iron pole for a home decorated in a simple country style. A basic pole cap or round finial is all you need for a cozy country home. French Country, Tuscan, Spanish, and rustic styles will be highlighted with drapery hardware of rusted ornamental iron, black wrought iron and rustic metals.

Avoid any shiny finishes. Keep things raw and dull. Shiny iron, brushed nickel or copper, and chrome rods with metal, iron, or clear or colored glass finials (or no finials at all) really look sleek and neat in a Contemporary style home.

Finding the best selection of hardware will not come easy unless you call a professional decorator. Most stores do not stock many styles or sizes. Roseland Draperies & Interiors offers hundreds of styles and ordered to fit your window perfectly!

We like to call it “Jewelry for your windows.”

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Susan Fisher
Susan Fisher
Susan Fisher is a designer at Roseland Draperies & Interiors, located at 204 S. Washington in downtown Naperville. Contact her at (630) 355-1565. Susan offers free in home consultations on window treatments, bedding,and upholstery.
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