Dressing a window, while it can be a complex process, offers endless creative configurations. Beyond your choice of fabrics and trims, is the rod style and diameter, finials or endcaps, brackets and rings, if necessary. Adding yet another element through the use of holdbacks, medallions and tiebacks can take your window covering design to the next level. As we know, it’s often these details that make the design.
Like a gentle hand parting panels to reveal the view, these accessories not only secure draperies in place, but an added elegance comes from fabric’s subtle sweeping curve. A holdback or medallion placed at a panel’s edge can work alone, or consider pairing hardware with a softer solution like a tassel tieback or holdback from our trimmings department.
Clark in Mystic, PTH | Venice in Parchment, PTH | Blake/Mercury Glass and Barnwood, PTH | Sunset in Mystic, PTH
Gloria in Mystic, PTH | Bernadette in Silver Maple, PTH | R10 in 117-Walnut Gold | R105 in 100-Polished Steel
ROS6C in 760-Rustic Iron, TFC | R104 in 250-Platinum, TFC | REP1 in 760-Rustic Iron, TFC | R2 in 630-Ash Gray, TFC
1. Strié Tape, Travers 2. Carnegie Hall Holdback, Samuel & Sons Passementerie 3.Dewdrop Beaded Abaca Holdback and Meadow Holdback, Samuel & Sons Passementerie 4. Palais Double Tassel Tieback, Samuel & Sons Passementerie 5. Lacing Tieback, Zimmer + Rohde 6. Temptation Tieback, Zimmer + Rohde
As always, we welcome your feedback!
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