At PolesandBlinds we have over 200 styles of curtain poles. Welcome to our collection of wooden curtain poles. These popular poles can be decorative or demur, finished in a variety of natural wood stains or painted in a wonderful array of colour palettes. There is also the option of the finials and pole details being highlighted with gilt or a contrasting colour for that extra touch of decadence. We also have an extensive range of matching brackets and connectors here
The versatility of wood means it has many other uses in our home interiors and therefore lends itself for the colouring to be complimentary to other wooden design details in the room. For the environmentally astute, many products from our collection are made from timber that has been commercially grown from sustainable managed forests.
In this category you will find our range of wooden poles featuring natural wood stains. These poles have been treated in traditional wood stain colours to give the effect of popular timbers including; oak, antique pine, beech, light ash, walnut, rosewood, mahogany and many more beautiful natural tones.
This collection of painted & special finish curtain poles include colours such as white, black, silver, gold, gilt and many more. All these products are supplied as complete sets which include brackets, curtain rings, finials, fittings and fixing instructions. All information including delivery times and amounts of brackets and rings supplied with each length can be found on each individual product page.
Our poles are available in extra long lengths of up to 6 metres and in diameters ranging from 28mm (1 1/4") for lighter weight curtain fabrics and up to and including 65mm (2 9/16") for heavy curtains. For standard medium to heavy weights we recommend a diameter of 35mm (1 3/8") or above, all easy to fit and can be trimmed to length at home using a fine tooth saw.
The same pole presented in different colours of wood stains and paint effects can make a huge difference to the impression a pole makes in a room. To highlight this phenomena we have arranged multiple images of the SAME popular wooden pole presented in different stains, tones and paint effects. It is clear from these photographs that choosing the style and colour of a pole is something that should be carefully considered. Are you looking for a lively, bright pole, something of a feature itself, or would you prefer a pole that fades in to the background, permitting the curtains to take centre stage.