Rail or Rod - What is your style?
How you choose to hang your curtain has a big effect on what kind of style a room gets and the over all feeling in it, which makes it worth thinking a little extra before deciding! What is your style to hang curtains?
Black curtain rods are something we see more often - and this one is the Gotain team favorite! It is timeless, elegant and adds much-needed contrast to many interiors.
Let your curtain rod stretch about 30cm extra on each side of your window, so that you can gather the entire curtain away from your window, and get the maximum amount of light in during the day!
EYE CATCHER IN BLACK
For those who are eager to take the black rod to the next level, our massive wooden rod is the perfect alternative. This one is guaranteed to capture the guests' attention, and give your window attitude!
Place the curtain rod as high as possible to maximize the feeling of space in the room. Do you have stucco? Place the rod just below the lower edge of the stucco.
CLASSIC AND TIMELESS
A curtain rod in chrome is a discreet detail, but it adds a classic and elegant detail to the interior. The curtain rod is also available in brass to suit all styles, whether you like warm or cool metals.
A curtain rod is perfect for you who are a bit limited with space next to the window. As the curtain is hung in fewer curtain hooks, than if it were to be on a rail, it can also be gathered to take up less space!
MINIMALISTIC WITH A TWIST
For many years, the white ceiling mounted curtain rails have been it, now it's time to let the black rails shine! A rail makes it easy to drape a large wall sections with curtains, something that is perfect for adding warmth to modern houses and apartments.
Are you craving a hotel feeling in the bedroom with curtains in double layers? Then just mount your curtain rails in the ceiling, parallel to each other at a distance of 7-10cm, or on the wall using a double bracket.
DISCREET AND MODERN
White rails are a perfect choice for you who wants the rails to blend in and be as discreet as possible, as they don't attract attention and let's the curtains be the star of the room.
In some cases window sills, pipes or radiators protrude from the wall, and hinders the curtains from dropping freely from the curtain rail. But that's no problem, in that case you just choose a longer wall bracket for your curtain rail! Here you can find our range of accessories for curtain rails.
Psst! In the picture the rail is mounted with 7cm wall brackets.