Hardware

Choosing Your Hardware

Add the finishing touch to well-designed windows with our stylish selection of hardware. From traditional wood to modern metal, it's easy to find the right piece to complement any space. Crafted with high functionality and aesthetic appeal, every look in our collection is built to last with quality materials and intelligent design.

smith+noble Hardware collections

Hardware Collections

metal and iron hardware collections

Metal & Iron

Give drapery a polished look with our collection of metal and iron designs. From sleek to sparkly to traditional, there's a style to fit every space.

wood hardware collections

Wood

The natural warmth of wood provides a stylish accent to drapery. From traditional to transitional, wood rods add timeless appeal to the windows.

traversing hardware collections

Traversing Tracks

Open and close your drapery with ease using our high-function traversing tracks. Designs range from simple to sculptural.

specialty hardware for windows

Specialty

Solve unique mounting challenges like bay and corner windows with our array of precise and stylish designs.


Understanding Rod Size

Petite Rods

Keep drapery and rod size proportional by pairing petite rods with light to medium weight panels. Small rods are ideal for French doors, compact windows and café curtains.

Medium Rods

Medium-sized rods are the most versatile because they pair with a variety of fabrics, weights and window sizes. Always take the style of the rod into consideration when choosing size.

Grand Rods

Keep drapery and rod size proportional by pairing heavier weight fabrics and large windows with grand-sized rods. Grand rods are a stylish way to make a statement and draw the eye upward.


Understanding Rod Options

Single Rod

For a single layer of drapery, only one rod is usually needed.

Double Set

Layer two drapery designs on top of one another using a set of two rods that work in parallel.

Inside Mount

For tailored style and to highlight window moldings, consider an inside-mount rod. These rods are held up by two brackets on either side of the wall and do not have finials. They're also an ideal choice for closets and small windows.

Ceiling Mount

Perfect when wall space is limited or when windows run the entire length of a wall, consider a sleek ceiling mount. These sets provide a stylish and modern way to hang your window coverings.

Corner Window

Give corner windows a clean and customized look with this well-designed rod option. The hinged elbow that comes as part of this set allows you pivot the rods to create a treatment that fits perfectly in any corner.

Bay Window

Accent bay windows with perfectly styled drapes using this precise, customized rod. The hinged elbows that come as part of this set, allows you pivot the rods to create a treatment that fits perfectly in any bay window.

Return Rods

The ends of these rods turn back (or "return") toward the wall allowing the fabric to be wrapped around the end of the return to block light. Often times returns are desired aesthetically instead of finials to give windows a clean, contemporary look.

Compact Set

The compact bracket in these sets allows the drapery to sit closer to the window making it an ideal option for French doors and when low profile solutions are needed.

Traversing

Perfect for sliding doors and other windows that need to be opened and closed constantly. The use of carriers and a tracking system allows you to open and close your draperies with ease.


Hardware Accessories

Tiebacks

Add elegance and style to drapes with a range of tiebacks. They bring gentle curves to windows and allow for more light in the room.

Rings

From round to square and bronze to silver, our rings add visual interest to the top of drapes. They bring smoother functionality to stationary and split draw panels.

Wands & Batons

Protect the color and quality of drapery with a coordinating wand or baton. They allow you adjust your panels without direct contact with the fabric.

Touch-Up Paint

Keep your hardware looking new with coordinating touch-up paint. Designed to cover minor scratches, paint can be purchased in an array of shades and tones.