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Kirsch offers a number of Wood Hardware options. The Wood Trends Collection is the most versatile, while the Urban Comfort Collection matches today's design trends. Or consider the elegant finishes of the Renaissance Collection or the custom finishes in the Buckingham Collection.Kirsch Decorative Wood Shop Now
Kirsch offers a wide variety of Decorative Metal Drapery Hardware. The Wrought Iron Collection offers 1" diameter poles with matching components in a beautiful rustic finish. The Designer Metals Collection offers 1 3/8" inch diameter poles with twenty finial styles, all in contemporary, beautiful finishes.Kirsch Decorative Metal Shop Now
Kirsch Decorative Traverse Rods are functional and beautiful. The Designer Metals Collections offers both 1 3/8 inch Diameter and 2 inch Diameter rods in nine different finishes. If your preference is for a wooden decorative traverse rod, choose from the elegant Kirsch Estate Wood Trends Collection.Kirsch Decorative Traverse Shop Now
Kirsch Traverse Rods set the standard by which all other traverse rods are measured. Choose from the industry-standard Kirsch Superfine Traverse Rod, the heavy-duty traverse rod we recommend for all uses except lightweight panels.Kirsch Basic Traverse Rods Shop Now
The Kirsch Continental Curtain Rod is the "wide" alternative to the standard curtain rod. Designed to provide a more substantial look and additional strength and support for heavier valances and curtains, the Continental Rod has become a mainstay.Kirsch Continental Rods Shop Now
Kirsch Lockseam Curtain Rods are strong and versatile. Available in many widths and projections, there is a Kirsch Lockseam Curtain Rod for just about every application. Lockseam Rods are available in single, double and triple configurations, as well corner and bay window configurations.Kirsch Lockseam Rods Shop Now
Kirsch: a Great History Supporting Modern Design
The Kirsch brand dates back to the invention of the first flat curtain rod and the first telescoping rod by Charles Kirsch in 1907. The company was organized for the purpose of perfecting, manufacturing and patenting the simplest and most serviceable rods for modern draping needs. Today, Kirsch is noted for a fashion forward line of Decorative Drapery Hardware and Basic Drapery Hardware.