Decorative Drapery Rod Brackets

After decorating your drapery with decorative rods and finials don't forget to add drapery rod brackets that make a statement.

Drapery rods are supported by the brackets which are attached to the wall (or ceiling). Rod brackets are placed on either side of the rod.

Sometimes it is necessary to place bracket(s) in the middle, too, like when the rod is very long or the drapery weighs very much, since without the extra support the drapery rod can sag in the center.

Brackets come in various styles. Mostly they would be made from the same material as the drapery rod in matching or contrasting colors. Metal brackets are used even when the rod is made from a different material.

Inlaid Bracket

A unique way to add style with drapery rod brackets is to use an inlaid bracket. It is a sconce that has a circular opening somewhat larger in diameter than the rod. The sconce is attached to the wall and the rod is pulled through the sconce instead of being placed on a bracket.

Wooden Inlaid Brackets

These inlaid brackets which looks like a sconce goes beautifully with this wood rod and finial set making it really special.

A 2" wood pole gets pulled through the hole in the sconce. This sconce is attached to the wall and serves as a bracket for the pole.

The trimming is stone color with matte black on the edges and diamond shapes down the center.

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