Curtain Rods & Hardware

Decorative Rods & Hardware for Hanging Curtains

Browse curtain rods and hardware at Riverbend Home to find all the essentials for hanging window treatments. We offer holdbacks, curtain rings, and brackets in a range of finishes to complement your interiors. Choose from antique brass or gold, black, mahogany, or nickel curtain rods with plain or decorative finials. With a wide range of lengths and diameters available, you’ll find curtain rods to fit your windows, plus all of the drapery hardware you need for stylish finishing touches.

Types of Curtain Rods

In addition to classic bracketed curtain rods, we offer specialized styles: A double or triple curtain rod allows you to create a layered look with sheer curtains and heavier decorative drapes, while side curtain rods accent the outer edges of a sliding glass door, a long wall of windows, or other windows or doors where you prefer uninterrupted access to natural light. With an interior pulley and evenly spaced clips or eyes that attach to the panel to move the curtain along the track, traverse rods allow you to open or close your drapes with the pull of a cord. A blackout rod allows curtains or drapery panels to wrap around so they’re flush with the wall, making them ideal for window treatments that block out light as well as for adding a traditional look to your décor. We also offer single and double curtain rods designed especially to work with corner and bay windows. Whether you opt for a bay window curtain rod or a side rod, be sure to choose the appropriate diameter. Thinner rods are suitable for sheers and light curtains, valances, or window scarves, while blackout curtains or heavy drapes may require thicker rods.

Curtain Hardware

Elevate the look of your window treatments with coordinating curtain hardware. Made to use with window panels, plain or decorative curtain holdbacks or tiebacks allow you to pull the curtain away from the window to allow more natural light into the room, or to reveal a second layer of curtains underneath. For added interest, try curtain rings; the more traditional option, curtain rings with eyelets attach to pins on the back of drapery, while styles with clips do not require pins and will work with any curtain panel. We also offer curtain rod brackets that attach to the wall or ceiling.

To simplify your search, set filters to narrow results by finish, length, size, type, and other variables. Whether you’re looking for a replacement curtain bracket or decorative rods for a new home, you’ll find it in our collection of curtain rods and hardware.