Over the last month, we have been receiving a growing number of enquiries about Portiere Rods on our site; with Christmas right around the corner and the cold weather now upon us, a Portiere Rod may be just what you need in your home!
Portiere Rods are essentially smaller curtain poles. They are used for door curtains as they are very useful in reducing any drafts or heat loss which at this time of year is a very welcoming prospect. In warmer months where a curtain may no longer be necessary, the Portiere Rod has been designed to allow the curtain to be removed easily. The traditional Portiere Rod, also known as a Rising Portiere Rod, are fixed to the door by a pivoting bracket which attaches to the frame or the wall at the side of the door. The curtain will then ‘follow’ the door every time it moves.
Alternatively to the traditional (Rising) Portiere Rod, is the ‘swing arm’ Portiere. Much like the traditional Rising Portiere Rod it is designed for door curtains but instead of following the door it is designed to act independently. This means the curtain resides against the wall and can be closed manually whenever necessary.
Ranges of Portiere Rods we sell include Hallis Hudson, Artisan which are made from Wrought Iron, and Cameron Fueller Portiere Rods. Currently online we have a modest collection of Hallis Hudson Rising Portiere Rods ranging from brass to powder-coated steel in white to bronze. Of course the other options mentioned are available in our shop, for more information please contact us.
Please also note that at The Pole Company we endeavor to add new products to our site all the time but due to the busy nature of the shop we can be delayed in putting all of the options online, so as soon as we load more Portiere Rods or any other product to our curtain accessories section you’ll find out first in our blog!
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