Wooden curtain poles
Walcot House offers a wealth of designer wooden curtain poles to choose from.
Well known for their design, manufacture and supply of contemporary designer curtain poles, Walcot House has supplied the interior design trade for decades. Now available to everyone.
Select your wooden curtain pole with traditional rings, or have a track hidden inside the wood with gliders for a sleeker, modern look.
Traditional wooden curtain poles
Just a small selection of wooden curtain poles, available with brushed steel or brushed bronze rings, or without any rings as an eyelet pole.
Tracked wooden curtain poles
Many of our wooden curtain pole finishes are available as a tracked pole - with either standard gliders or our 'wave' type ripple gliders.
Ceiling fix wooden curtain poles
A ceiling fixed tracked wooden curtain pole for a sleek ceiling to floor look. Available with standard gliders or 'wave' style ripple gliders.
Need more information?
Order a sample to get the perfect match.
Visit Walcot House and search for 'stained wood' or 'real oak curtain poles'.
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What curtain pole length do I need?
Measure the width of your window (cm)
Add a minimum of 15cm either side, preferably more, but for full curtains or wide windows allow at least 25cm if you have the room, excluding finials (decorative pole ends).
Choose a stock length or cut to size yourself for non standard lengths (we promise it's really easy!)
Helpful tip: Ensure there is room for your finials beyond the ends of your pole.
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