Amore Drapery Rods

Distinctive drapery hardware can transform a window into a work of art. In fact, it is not uncommon to see decorative drapery rods and accent pieces as the focal point of the window, and in some cases, of the entire room. Our collection is cast and welded in metals of recycled iron and aluminum from timeless patterns derived from 18th and 19th century European ironworks. Each piece is hand-finished in a wonderful color selection to coordinate with today's décor.



Drapery Rods

Drapery rods, brackets and rings have baked-on scratch resistant matte finishes. Colors of matte brown and matte black are available. Finials, hold backs, crowns and scarf holders are available in wonderful hand painted special finishes for a handsome weathered look. Special finishes have multi-layers of paint and therefore may vary due to their unique hand painted characteristics, although great effort is made to insure that all items ordered at one time will be consistent (similar to fabric dye lots).

Rods are sold as complete sets for your convenience. Each set includes finials, adjustable rods, standard brackets, and screws. For your further easy handling, most finials are welded to the telescoping, heavy gauge rods. The interconnecting sections used for LG are X-LG rods offer easy handling and lessen freight charges by shipment with UPS. For any order, please specify the bracket projection so the proper brackets will be supplied with your rod. Projections of 1.5", 3", and 6" are available. Standard 3" brackets are normally used for most window treatments.


Adjustable Rods -Will telescope, a feature convenient to many homeowners and decorators as size adjustments can easily be made. 

Swing Arm Rods - Are designed to cover French doors and other areas where a full curtain rod is not necessary. They "swing" out to allow you to move your curtains out of the window view.  To create a custom swing arm drapery rod

  1. Order a custom sized single finial rod - You specify the exact length, up to 40" without finial.
  2. Order a swing arm bracket to fit the diameter of your rod. swing-arm-brackets

Drapery Tips

  • Add height to a room by installing drapery hardware above the window frame, or even up along the ceiling line
  • The longer fabric panels will add a tall line to the rooms
  • Use a double rod to accommodate a layer of sheers and over drapes, or drapes and a valance
  • Choose sturdy larger diameter rods for heavy draperies
  • Sheer panels and lighter silks will look more appropriate on thinner lighter rods
  • Reserve heavy cornices and finials for larger rooms with high ceilings
  • Keep the scale lighter for smaller spaces with low ceilings
  • The value of beautiful curtain rods and finials in decorating a room is equal to that of the curtains

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