Metal poles

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Why pick a curtain pole?
Poles are more noticeable. Therefore, they are more decorative by nature, as they contribute to the overall look.

How Do I Choose A Curtain Pole?
The type of pole you pick depends on your window and the type of curtains it can support. However, 3 key things should be considered – material, functionality and diameter.
The material choice ultimately rests on what look you want to achieve. To narrow your search, you need to determine whether the pole will be strong enough to hold your curtains. For bay windows patio doors or corner windows we have the solutions for you.

Sometimes curtain poles are called curtain rails . Typically, Pencil Pleat is the standard heading for curtains. It consists of three rows of thread looped through it - to fit all types of poles and are hung with rings on to the pole.

Eyelet curtains are specifically made for use with curtain poles without rings. They offer modernity with their pleated look.

Pinch Pleat curtains are a more decorative style. However, it is more gathered than other curtains.

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Metal poles

1
Price £65.99
In stock
2
Price £65.99
In stock
3
Price £65.99
In stock
4
Price £65.99
In stock
5
Price £65.99
Out of stock
Not available
Why pick a curtain pole?
Poles are more noticeable. Therefore, they are more decorative by nature, as they contribute to the overall look.

How Do I Choose A Curtain Pole?
The type of pole you pick depends on your window and the type of curtains it can support. However, 3 key things should be considered – material, functionality and diameter.
The material choice ultimately rests on what look you want to achieve. To narrow your search, you need to determine whether the pole will be strong enough to hold your curtains. For bay windows patio doors or corner windows we have the solutions for you.

Sometimes curtain poles are called curtain rails . Typically, Pencil Pleat is the standard heading for curtains. It consists of three rows of thread looped through it - to fit all types of poles and are hung with rings on to the pole.

Eyelet curtains are specifically made for use with curtain poles without rings. They offer modernity with their pleated look.

Pinch Pleat curtains are a more decorative style. However, it is more gathered than other curtains.