Curtain hardware is a device used to suspend curtains, usually above windows or along the edges of showers or bathtubs, though also wherever curtains might be used. When found in bathrooms, curtain rods tend to be telescopic and self-fixing, while curtain rods in other areas of the home are often affixed with decorative brackets or finial. Special poles can be made for bay windows or made by joining a number of straight and corner bends to fit the shape of a bay window.
Curtain rod sets can be made of many materials including- wood, metal and plastic. Curtain rods come in almost endless styles and designs. Not all curtain rods are simple straight poles; curved and hinged poles are available from numerous companies, allowing installation in bay windows and around curved walls and corners. Curtain rods can also be shaped like a crane or exhibit a swing arm design. Prices and quality of curtain rods are as varied as designs from inexpensive big box store products to high end specialty products made by companies catering to interior designers and architects.
Curtain rod finials are the decorative end pieces that fit into the ends of the drapery rod to give it a finished, ornamental look. Finials are available in many styles and finishes to coordinate with the style of your room.
The curtain rod brackets are very strong adhesive and durable and will stick well after extensive use. They are suitable for curtain rods or towel rods with a diameter of 1-2 cm. Made of quality plastic and stainless steel, these curtain rod hooks are stable, durable, and have long service cycles. With a load capacity of 3kg/6pounds, adhesive curtain rod holders can ensure the safety of use. Modern design transparent fixed rod bracket with simple and generous appearance is suitable for most home styles and can beautify your bathroom/ bedroom/ living room/ office.
Curtain holdbacks are u-shaped piece of hardware that attach to a wall near a window frame. Pulling a curtain behind a holdback holds the curtain open. Curtain holdbacks are usually made of rigid materials like metal, iron or wood.
Curtain rod rings are large clip rings for hanging curtains from a curtain rod which are made of Premium 304 stainless steel. Stronger tension clip supports heavier application. Each curtain ring can hold up to 3 pounds. Strong tension clip supports heavier application and provides extra thickness and hardness. With heavy duty design, stronger tension clip can hold heavier draperies without any issues. Copper drapery clips with rings look elegant in the light for hanging curtain, party light, copper wire, christmas light hangers, flashlight, lanterns, tent and so on, which is perfect for luxury hotels, restaurant, bar, meeting room, bedroom, etc.
Table lamps are small electric lamps which stand on a table or other piece of furniture. Table lamps serve primarily to generate illumination. Often, they are placed on the bed's side tables if not anywhere else in the house. Apart from providing reading light, they also account for nighttime luminescence.
Floor lamps are tall standing lamps designed to stand on the floor and position light higher in the room. A floor lamp usually includes these common design features: A weighted floor lamp base which sits on the floor and provides stability.
Pendant lamps, sometimes called drop or suspender, are lone light fixtures that hang from the ceiling usually suspended by a cord, chain, or metal rod. Pendant lights are often used in multiples, hung in a straight line over kitchen countertops and dinette sets or sometimes in bathrooms. Pendants come in a huge variety of sizes and vary in materials from metal to glass or concrete and plastic. Many modern pendants are energy-saving low voltage models and some use halogen or fluorescent bulbs.
The terms wall light and wall sconces are often used interchangeably and essentially mean the same thing a lamp that is mounted on a wall. However, if we were to go into the technical details, where a wall light differs from a sconce is in its make its light source is usually covered, typically by glass. Wall lamps are ideal for creating extra lighting, setting an atmospheric mood in a room or they can simply be a decorative piece. Wall lights are commonly used in bedrooms, kitchen and hallways, but the long, dark corridor can quickly start to resemble a runway if too many lights are installed.