- Vintage Beaded Finial, Set of 2 - Oil-Rubbed Bronze Finish $30 – $40 Special $24 – $32
- Vintage Faceted Finial, Set of 2 - Oil-Rubbed Bronze Finish $30 – $40 Special $24 – $32
- Vintage Mercury Glass Finial, Set of 2 - Oil-Rubbed Bronze Finish $35 – $45 Special $28 – $36
- Vintage Glass Ball Finial, Set of 2 - Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish $35 – $45 Special $28 – $36
- Vintage Drape Rod & Wall Bracket - Oil-Rubbed Bronze Finish $74 – $124 Special $59 – $99
- Vintage Round Rings - Oil-Rubbed Bronze Finish $24.50 – $37.50
Vintage Oil-rubbed Bronze Window Hardware
Our vintage oil-rubbed bronze window hardware is just the ticket to add jewels to your window treatments with a classic finish. We have rods with beaded, faceted, mercury glass and glass ball finials at Pottery Barn. Round rings complement the rods and finials to hang curtains or drapes with elegance and charm. Vintage decorating is a tried-and-true method that has withstood the test of time. The best part is that it blends well with eclectic, antique and contemporary themes.
Picture a billowy curtain blowing in the wind with a nice summer breeze or r perhaps a brocade drape dangling from the rod to add depth and deep colors to the window. Our drapery collection is nothing short of phenomenal. Belgian flax linen curtains come in rich color schemes complete with a blackout lining for darkness. Linen blends are sewn with two different thread colors to add texture to the fabric. Tailored cotton is light and airy. Silk is ultra luxurious. Velvet drapes are magnificent and also include a blackout liner for added sleep benefits. Sheer fabric is the lightest material adding a bit of color to the window without heaviness.
Tie in the window treatment color with decorative pillows in the room. Arrange them on a bed in the guest or master bedroom. Place pillows in coordinating colors on a sofa in the den or living room. Different sizes and shapes will add dimension to the area and the colors will brighten the furniture. Experiment by mixing and matching plaids, solids and embroidered pillows.
Hang artwork near the window that reflects the motif. Peace signs, feathers and shadow boxes are some options for stepping out of the box with wall decor. Alternatively, you might prefer the culture of city wall art, planked airplane panels and medallion discs.
Place a rug on the floor for comfort on your feet and to accent the floor area. The window already looks awesome and with artwork displayed on the wall, it’s the floor’s turn. Select from muted, calming hues or vibrant Persian rugs, casual flatweaves or gypsy fringe designs. Rugs create a fabulous conversation area, a place for kids to play comfortably on the floor and for your pets to curl up and take a nap. They add a buffer to hardwood or brick floors and protect carpet in high-traffic areas. Under a kitchen table, rugs can catch crumbs that are easily vacuumed up later.