At Rebarts Interiors, our design team strives to provide clients with everything they need to make their interior design dreams come true. In addition to our collection of Hunter Douglas window treatments and custom fabric drapery and top treatments, we carry a full selection of drapery hardware. These decorative elements are the finishing touch that every curtained window needs. Our interior design team can use them to unify the look of a room or create dramatic interest in a space. We offer curtain rods, brackets, curtain rings, wands, finials, end caps, and tie-backs. We pride ourselves on our partner connections, and that is why we have chosen to partner with Davis Drapery Hardware to bring you a wealth of drapery hardware options.
When preparing to hang your drapery, getting the correct curtain rod is crucial. We offer rods made of several materials, including wood, metal, and resin. You can choose round, square, or even decoratively spiraled rods from our collection. You might even opt for a curved rod to create space between your window and your drapery. You want to select a finish that matches your aesthetic and a size that can hold up the weight of your curtains. If you have drapes with rod pockets, you also want to ensure your curtain rod is the correct size to slide through the material easily.
When you purchase a curtain rod in the store, brackets are often an afterthought. At Rebarts Interiors, we offer more than just utilitarian matching pieces of metal or wood; we turn brackets into stunning decorative elements. Our collection of curtain brackets includes double brackets that allow you to hang two curtain rods and brackets designed for hanging from the ceiling instead of the wall. You can also choose decorative brackets like leaves and flowers to add to the aesthetic beauty of your drapery hardware.
If your drapery doesn’t have rod pockets, you will need a set of curtain rings. Our collection of rings matches the rest of our drapery hardware, with wood and metal options both available. You generally want to select a finish matching your curtain rod and brackets and ensure the rings are large enough to slide on the rods easily. We also offer square curtain rings if you are looking for a unique design element.
End caps tend to be flat pieces of metal or resin that perfectly match the curtain rod, but finials are the most decorative pieces of drapery hardware we offer. Finials fit snuggly at the end of your curtain rods, and we carry options made from glass, wood, metal, and resin. The shapes available range from simple orbs to intricate sculptures of plants and animals. You can choose to match your finials to the decorative elements of your brackets, or instead choose plain brackets and let the finials shine on their own.
Like most pieces of drapery hardware, wands serve both a practical and decorative purpose. These thin metal, resin, or wood rods are used to pull your drapery open and closed across the curtain rod. We offer different wand options, from skinny, straight sticks to decoratively carved rods. You can choose the correct one for your home.
For over 30 years, Rebarts Interiors has provided extraordinary window treatment products and expert design advice. Our design team has experience creating custom window coverings for residential and commercial clients throughout the western United States. Over the years, we have built a network of contacts in the design, architecture, contracting, and real estate industries. We put that network and expertise to work for every one of our clients. From your initial phone call to our office all the way through the completion of your project, giving outstanding service is always our priority. You will be happy, we guarantee it.
To take advantage of our guarantee for yourself, visit our showrooms in Burlingame, Los Altos, Menlo Park, or San Carlos. You can also contact us to request a consultation. We proudly serve the entire Bay Area, including San Jose, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Cupertino, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, Los Gatos, Redwood City, Foster City, San Mateo, Saratoga, Belmont, Woodside, Redwood Shores, Millbrae, and Aptos, California.