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Curtain Poles ,  Metropoles  &  Curtain Tracks

Curtains require some kind of mechanism to hang from, and to draw across the window, it doesn't happen by magic
Decorative yet functional, the options are a pole or a metropole or a track ( with or without pelmet or covered fascia ) 

Changing Curtains offer a wide range of curtain poles and curtain tracks many of which can be shaped for bay windows

Click on any image for further details and more pictures, all of these photographs the work of Changing Curtains
click here for an extra page just for Silent Gliss Metropoles because of their popularity
click here for an extra page of Covered Fascia because they offer excellent blackout

wave system curtains on 30mm chrome metropole installed by Changing Curtains in London

Wave system curtains on 30mm chrome metropole
fitted at patio doors click to see more


wall to wall reverse bend baypole

19mm, wall to wall, reverse bend baypole click for more pictures and to see curtains

Two bend 38mm baypole from the Bradley Collection fitted in London by Changing Curtains

38mm Bradleys baypole with two bends click to see curtains

28mm double pole

28mm double pole fitted with recess brackets click to see us put this one together

Bradleys baypole and Marimekko curtains

Bradleys 38mm baypole and Marimekko curtains click to see the pole without curtains as well

baypole and straight pole

19mm baypole together with smaller straight pole click for more pictures

Bay window corded steel curtain track West Hampstead
Corded steel curtain track bent around a bay -
tracks can be fitted to the ceiling, to the wall, to the
window frame or, as in this case, to a batten if
required - click on the picture to see further
examples and information

23mm white metropole installed by Changing Curtains in Central London

Silent Gliss Metropoles come in a variety
of colours, shapes and sizes


corded steel track hidden by covered lathe or fascia Stamford Hill
Corded steel track hidden by a covered
fascia / lath - click for more details



Very traditional swags and tails complement the right window Highgate
Swags & Tails
some windows were meant for them


bay window pole with passing rings Muswell Hill
19mm bay window pole with passing rings to go
past the corner support brackets - click to
see how it got there



Double chrome pole with recess brackets on both poles on both sides Islington
Eyeletted curtains on a double pole with voiles
behind hanging on rings. Eyeletted curtains do
stack back well - click to see with curtains drawn


Romo fabric on a 5.8 metre pole fitted on recess brackets Crouch End

Wall to wall 5.8 metres with recess brackets
at each end and passing brackets to support
the weight - click to see with curtains drawn



Curtains on a wooden pole Crouch End
There is no room for a finial on the left-hand side
we used a recess bracket to maximise light



Linen curtains on a 25mm polished steel bay window pole from The Bradley Collection Highgate
A 25mm baypole in polished steel from
The Bradley Collection



50mm white wood pole, Harlequin blackout curtains and shutters Highgate
Elegant and unobtrusive - 50mm white wood poles



Curtains with swags and tails and jabots Muswell Hill
Swags & Tails with Jabots I believe - if you can
draw it - or find it in a book - we can make it



curtains with simple, flat, lightly padded pelmet Highgate
Simple, flat, lightly padded pelmet



Sanderson damask on bay and straight poles Maida Vale West London
19mm bay and straight poles



White corded metal bay track fitted to ceiling Tottenham
White corded metal bay track fitted to ceiling



Eyeletted curtains with blackout lining Totteridge
Does eyeletted blackout work - click to see



32mm pole fitted on recess brackets Enfield
32mm wall-to-wall pole on recess brackets



Goblet pleat curtains in cream damask fitted on covered fascia with plain white blinds Archway
Goblet pleat curtains on covered lath / fascia



Portiere rod and interlined curtain fitted to Front Door in North London - the door is half open

Rising portiere and interlined door curtain


Corded metal track on top edge of window frame Highgate
Corded metal track on top edge of window frame



Gold damask curtains with gathered shaped pelmet with braid West End
Gathered shaped pelmet



19mm baypole and straight with interlined blackout curtains pinch pleated in Romo fabric Tufnell Park
Blackout curtains on 19mm poles


38mm baypole viewed from underneath
Bradley Collection 38mm four bend baypole
click to see more pictures


Large corner pole with multiple passing brackets, the curtains are only fixed at each end Muswell Hill
Swaffer chenille hanging below this corner pole



7metre pole with passing brackets - recess brackets at each end Tufnell Park
7m pole with passing brackets


bay window pole fitted to lath and plaster wall Archway
Camengo fabric on a bay pole fitted to a lath and
plaster wall. In this case we did get a good fixing
and did not need to use a batten.


Morris & Co fabric interlined on a bay pole Tottenham
Morris & Co fabric interlined on a bay pole

Many of the houses in North London have lathe and
plaster,and you don't know how good your fixings are
going to be until you drill a hole. We will bring a
batten with us and if we need it we use it and if we
don't - ok.
This time we needed the batten.

Bay window track fitted to ceiling Muswell Hill
Harlequin fabric, interlined and pinch pleated. Nothing
hides the stained glass and the corded steel track fitted
to the ceiling allows the top window to swing down



Pole and track display Changing Curtains Highgate

In our shop we have samples of wooden poles and metal poles , metal tracks and nylon tracks,
and tracks and poles which can be bent around bay windows.

Below we have linked to some of our suppliers websites where you will find details of far more products, if you make a note of the codes and details we will be able to supply any items you require. Our local fitting service is also available.

Cameron Fuller - - - Bradleys - - - Hunter & Hyland - - - Price & Co - - - Silent Gliss


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