Tracks and Rods

Curtains can be greatly enhanced by selecting the right curtain track or rod system. There are many options of tracks and rods from contemporary wrought iron, elaborate timber painter rods with decorative finials and sleek metal tracks our consultants can help you achieve the look you want.

Rufflette Rods and Tracks Set

Rufflette Rods and Tracks Set

A popular trend at the moment is to use a double bracket system so that you can have two tracks on the same set of brackets allowing you to have sheers on one track and a solid drape on another.

With most of our tracks and rods you also have the option to have them cord drawn, this way you won’t be touching your drapes morning and night so they are less likely to mark and will wear longer on the leading edge.

Rufflette Sterling Rods

Rufflette Sterling Rods

A 28mm diameter rod that works perfectly in clean, sleek interior designs. There are five finial options available that will complement both larger homes and apartment style interior concepts.

Rufflette Senator Rods

Rufflette Senator Rods

A 25mm diameter rod range that is available in not only a range of eleven standard colours, but also a selection of hand applied custom wash paint finishes. This is complemented by a range of finial design options that provide any style of interior with that final touch of class.

Rufflette Forest Wood Rods

Rufflette Forest Wood Rods

Available in a range of colours reflecting the timeless beauty of Natural New Zealand timbers. A selection of finial designs and matching holdbacks combined with the polished silky smooth surface, delivers a look that fits equally well in traditional and contemporary décors.

MOTORISATION

Motorisation has become more common when it comes to drapes and blinds. We can install motorisation easily into new builds or it can be retrofitted into existing homes. With careful planning and an electrician available for the consultation retrofitting automation can be easy.

Try out the latest in drapery hardware with our automation options. Sit in bed and push a button to open your drapes in the morning or close them at night.