Every room needs those few special details, and the amiable wrought iron curtain tiebacks are some of the cutest decorating touches on the market today. Perhaps, historically, these started out as simple pieces of rope – or a couple of efficient but visually unpleasing nails. Today curtain tiebacks range in a variety of styles. They are an unsung decorator’s ally. Practical for even the most utilitarian room yet varied enough in style to be adaptable to almost any decorating theme exhibited in the house, they can add a little bit of fun and fancy to anyone’s decorating approach.
Beyond aesthetic beauty, wrought iron curtain tiebacks are highly functional. With the swooped out design and dependable quality, these decorative items simply make life easier. The effortlessness in opening and closing curtains that they allow is as quick as pushing the curtains to the side in a quick motion. Unlike their rope or chain cousins, wrought iron tie backs do not have to be fastened or unfastened every time you need to open or close your curtains. A swift movement of the hand, and you’ve let in the light, added style to the room, and barely slowed your pace.
As you consider buying the right one for you, determine your style goals. You want to try and match your home as much as possible or compliment it at least. For example, the windows might need a bit of a touch-up with a Renewal by Andersen windows or someone similar, to ensure you aren’t undermining the decorative effect of these wrought iron curtain holders. Once you have ensured this, you can really think about other aspects. For a complete and classic look, you can couple your tie-backs with a matching wrought iron curtain rod. You could have a moose rod supporting a curtain swept back and held by a like-designed moose tie back. Otherwise, if you want to keep the set matching but not overwhelmingly so, you could still create the look with like materials and colors. While using the same high-quality wrought iron in the same color, you could have a simple knob on your curtain rod and add the desired whimsy in with a moose or horseshoe tie back.
Also consider if you are looking for drama, traditional poise, or something that lightens up the room with a cute, fun look. Dark drapes could be held in place by brass colored ones for a dramatic look. Otherwise, you could blend them in together with black or brown wrought iron tiebacks for a more subtle ambiance, or you could whisk back light, fluffy, country curtains with dark colored roosters that are adorable and striking at the same time.
So as you plan your rooms or seek to add some sparkle to almost completed decor, remember that these items may be the very thing to help you add the final touches to your room. With wrought iron curtain tiebacks, decorating is easy and fun!