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Give your curtains a finishing touch with our stylish curtain poles. Our curtain poles come in various designs, colours and sizes to suit any window and compliment any curtain. Curtain poles can really add to the look of your window dressing, from metal curtain poles to eyelet curtain poles there is something to suit any home interior design. Depending on your chosen curtain design you can choose from a variety of colours, materials and finishes to suit. You can also use our Curtain Pole Buying Guide to help you select the right size and fit for your exact window measurements or as an alternative option you could also take a look at our selection of curtain tracks instead.
|Brass curtain poles|
|Bay window curtain poles|
|Wooden curtain poles|
Want to add fresh and modern curtains to your pole? Then view this range of Orla Kiely curtains, which take inspiration from fun retro elements.
If you need to know a little more about curtain poles before you make a final choice, then our helpful guides could prove helpful. These guides contain advice on measuring and fitting advice, as well as buying suggestions for different window requirements.
We know that choosing your curtain poles might not sound like the most exciting part of interior design, but we can assure you it can make a big difference! We have a selection of curtain poles that are both stylish and practical for you to choose from! And if you are unsure about fitting or purchasing a new curtain pole, you can continue reading our FAQ’s.
There is no hard and fast rule on how high your curtain pole should be but as a general rule of thumb the norm is to position it around 15-20cms above the window. If the pole you have chosen is quite wide, position it high enough so that it does not come below the window recess.
For more detailed information, our curtain pole buying guide explains how high your curtain pole should be.
Generally, yes curtains should touch the floor. However, it does come down to window style and placement as well as personal preference. Curtains generally should sit flush with the floor, gather a little at the bottom or sit just above.
However, in bedrooms where windows may sit higher, or other furniture is needed curtains tend to cut off just below the windows. Similarly, kitchen curtains may do the same – so really there is no clear-cut rule on the matter.
3-4 inches is the general rule when it comes to how far your curtain pole should extend past the window itself. The main reason you want to let your curtain pole extend beyond the window by this much is so that the curtains overlap the window and wall – preventing light from seeping in around the edge of the window.
The great thing about pencil pleat curtains, and indeed one of the biggest selling points for this type of curtain heading, is that they can be hung on either a pole or a track. They are the other type of curtain heading that can be hung on a pole and track – this means they are extremely versatile. You can then adjust the heading tape to form the pleats however you please.