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Curtain poles are an essential part of your window dressing

by:Luteng CNC Parts     2020-09-11
Consider what kind of texture you want from the pole that supports your curtain. For example, think about how the light bounces off of dark wood versus brass or steel. A wooden pole gives you a warm look, while metal poles give you a slightly harsher look. Wood lends itself well to bathrooms where you want a rich organic look, but if you want something slightly more cold, use brass or steel. Brass recalls Victorian decor while steel can be used in both traditional bathrooms or bathrooms that are aggressively modern. Another thing to consider when purchasing poles for your curtains involves the ends. If you want to keep things spare and simple in your bathroom, choose a pole with a very plain, flat end. This is something that does not take a great deal of visual space, but the detailing can still make the pole stand out. A simple finished end with a strip of trim around the edge can give your window dressing a more sophisticated look. Finials are objects that are screwed to the end of a curtain pole to give it some more visual variety. One of the most common types of finial is a round ball, whether it is made of brass or wood. A brass pole requires a brass ball, but a wooden pole does very well with an antiqued brass or copper ball to give it some visual texture. Other simple finials include caps and even cubes. Choose a finial that echoes the look of the room itself. Don't forget that there are also more obscure finials out there. A spiral finial provides the bathroom with a fun, modern look, while a finial that is made to look like a set of branches give your bathroom an outdoors appeal, Consider where you want your focus to be and choose a specialty finial if you are in the mood for something a little less ordinary. When deciding on your curtain pole, it is in your best interest to first look at the bathroom where you want it. What are the lines of the bathroom like, and how can a curtain pole match them? For example, curtain poles with plainer ends do well in bathrooms where there are a lot of spare, straight lines, but poles with ball-shaped finials do better in bathrooms with curved windows and soft decor.
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