Images: Walcot House Products shown with Rapture and Wright Fabrics
Here at Walcot House we love colour and nothing shows this off better than our brand new range of high gloss lacquered curtain poles and complementary finials. The 14 new colour options have left us in a state of excitement and inspiration as we start to match finials and poles for our new display blocks (these will be finding new homes across the world in the next few months)
Introducing our three new Finials
Images: 1.Walcot House 2. Designers Guild Nabucco Wallcovering
The Rock Candy is a new take on one of our favourites, the Large Bijou. The Rock Candy is created from layers of clear and coloured hand cut glass, creating a design reminiscent of the art deco era. Its geometric design and host of colour options work wonderfully with many current fabric collections such as Designers Guilds and Neisha Crosland .
Images: 1. Designers Guild Barcelona Collection 2. Walcot House
The lunar is a strong favourite amongst the 50mm pole lovers; it sits boldly on all our 50mm and 30mm range and offers a look unlike any other. It can create a very playful aesthetic through to a sleek retro look depending on the poles and colours chosen. The organic oval pattern that encircles the finial is beautifully enhanced when it is teamed with some of the current fabric collections. We particularly love the Rapture and Wright range of fabrics and wallpapers (some of these fabrics can be seen placed with our products throughout our website and catalogue). www.walcothouse.com
Image: Walcot House
The Bobbin leaves everybody spoilt for choice, when there are 35 different wraps and 100s of combinations. The simple form of the finial serves as the perfect background for our vast range of accent colours and textures. In the studio here we all have a common appreciation of the bedewed material which we use on our finials and rivets. The bedewed palette offers a wonderfully tactile finish with a chic polished look that subtly complements its surroundings. We simply love it!
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).