Why should I opt for a curtain pole rather than a track?
Curtain poles serve two purposes when it comes to hanging curtains – they are both attractive and functional. Tracks provide function and ease of use too, but are not always particularly attractive to look at and are designed more often than not to be hidden behind a pelmet or discreetly mounted against a window frame where they serve as a purely functional but unobtrusive part of the window treatment. Curtain poles on the other hand are designed to be seen and to be an integral and thought out part of the window treatment. Curtain poles also eliminate the need for an additional pelmet and poles are available in dozens of different colours, styles, diameters and finishes these days. A curtain pole will also give you a wider choice of headings for your curtains than a track would.
At Terry’s we understand that everyone has different tastes and needs and that there are seldom two windows alike; so whether you’re putting up you’re first curtain poles in a new-build, or replacing your existing, old and tired fixtures for a bit of a window makeover, we’ve got all the advice you need to choose a stylish and functional curtain pole that is perfect for you and your home.
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