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Drapery Hardware in New Jersey

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Drapery Hardware Adds the Crowning Touch to Custom Drapery

At Window Treats Inc. we offer a wide selection of specialty drapery hardware to add the finishing touch to your new drapery or top treatments installation. From traditional to modern acrylic rods to classic rope holdbacks, knob or hooks, our drapery hardware solutions will provide you with the look and feel you desire to accompany your new window treatments.

How Do I Choose the Right Hardware for My Drapery?

Custom drapery hardware offers numerous customizations. Below are some factors to consider when choosing the right solution for your home.

  • THINK OF THE DRAPERY'S FUNCTION

Before anything else, think about the purpose of your drapes. Are they purely decorative window treatments? Or do you want the ability to shut them once in a while? These factors are important when choosing a curtain rod to hang the drapes on.

  • CONSIDER YOUR INTERIOR DESIGN

Functionality aside, you need to have a vision — and make sure it’s aligned with the rest of your interior design. If your room is warm and rustic, your drapery rod’s color and design have to match it. These little details could make or break the overall look of your room.

  • PAY ATTENTION TO THE QUALITY
You’re sure of how you’re going to use the drapery rod and you know that the hardware matches your interior design. But will it last through time? Our team with help you choose from some of the highest quality drapery hardware on the market.

How Do I Choose Hardware for Sliding Doors and Wide Windows?

Our window treatment team can help you find the hardware drapery for your sliding doors and wide windows.

If you’re unsure about how to choose the right drapery hardware that will work for your sliding doors, wide windows or extremely high windows, you can count on us to guide you to choose the most suitable solution for your window treatment needs. Below are some things you should consider when selecting drapery hardware.

  • FOR SLIDING DOORS:  Take note of the height and width of the sliding doors. Add at least four inches to these dimensions so that the drapery rod — and the drapes — don’t get in the way of the glass.
  • FOR WIDE WINDOWS:  Just like with sliding doors, you have to consider the window length. It’s advisable to install bypass center brackets and C-rings to support the rod along the entire window length.
  • FOR TALL WINDOWS:  Consider the height of your windows and from where the draperies will cascade. The taller your windows are and the heavier the draperies are, the thicker the curtain rods should be.

Count on our certified team to help you find high-quality drapery hardware that suits your taste.

QUALITY DRAPERY HARDWARE IN NEW JERSEY

Our expert team regularly updates our drapery hardware catalogs with the latest in window coverings. With our relationships in the industry, we are among the first to know about the trendiest styles and most advanced motorization options. Visit our showroom in Red Bank to view our extensive selection of Hunter Douglas blinds, shades, shutters, drapery, hardware, and more.

We serve towns throughout New Jersey including Middletown, Fairhaven, Holmdel, Rumson, Colts Neck, as well as Brooklyn, NY.

Safety In Mind

We are open for virtual, in-home and showroom consultations by appointment only.

  • In the showroom - We practice social distancing, have hand sanitizer available, wear mask, wipe down book and surfaces, and rotate staff between showroom and working from home to limit number of people in showroom
  • In the home – We wear gloves, masks, booties, use disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer, and wipe down books and samples before enter home.