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Available in Mississauga, Toronto, Oakville, Etobicoke, Brampton, Burlington,Hamilton, Vaughan, North York, Richmond Hill, G.T.A.

Metal Curtain Rods & Hardware

Our carefully selected metal curtain rods and drapery hardware collections are some of the most unique, high quality, and competitively priced, not only in Toronto but Canada wide. We have close and long-standing relationships with the leading metal drapery hardware wholesalers and manufacturers in the Greater Toronto Area, allowing us to offer lower than competitive prices.

Wooden Curtain Rods & Hardware

Our exquisite wood curtain rods and drapery hardware collections are a true testament of art and design. Quality wood, trendy but unique designs and complete assortment of wooden finials, curtain rods, brackets, curtain rings, sconces and connectors, enable our clients to design their dream wood drapery hardware the way they imagined, with the help of an experienced window treatment expert.

Clear Curtain Rods & Hardware

Our acrylic curtain rods and curtain rings are durable, elegant and totally modern. Make your windows get noticed and stand out with a perfect blend of clear glass, a variety of stunning finials, and single, double, passing and ceiling brackets. Choose from five in-demand finishes and create the perfect acrylic drapery hardware sets for your windows.

Crystal Drapery Hardware

We are Canada’s exclusive retailer of hand-crafted Swarovski Crystal window treatment jewelry. This means that we are the only store in Canada where you can purchase these beautiful Swarovski crystal collector items that can be used as curtain finials and holdbacks, wall, and ceiling décor or as jewel focal points on a padded headboard, woven into a curtain wall hanging, adoring lamps, and even as artistic accents on furniture.

Curtain Tracks & Hardware

We carry durable, high quality iBeam curtain tracks, CCS drapery tracks, KS curtain tracks, TCS curtain tracks, Traverse rods/tracks and other drapery tracks that are ideal for sheers as well as drapery panel applications. iBeam, Fine Line, CCS, KS, and TCS tracks are bendable so they are ideal for bay window applications or curved window application, but are also ideal for regular window applications. Motorized curtain tracks are idea for high windows and for those looking for automation.

Drapery Installations

Our drapery installers have extensive experience in all types of decorative curtain rod installations, iBeam track installations, KS Track installations, CCS and TCS track installations as well as Traverse rod installations, custom bent bay window hardware installations, motorized automated drapery hardware installations and any other drapery hardware installations. Whether you need curtain hardware installed on one window or you need drapery hardware installed on all your windows, our installers have you covered and service the following cities in the Greater Toronto area: Mississauga, Toronto, Oakville, Etobicoke, Brampton, Vaughan, Woodbridge, North York, Burlington, Hamilton, Georgetown, Markham, Richmond Hill, and Newmarket.


We had 6 outdoor cushions made from Sunbrella fabric. We were very unhappy with the order when we picked it up as they did not fit chairs properly. We returned to the store and the staff and the seamstress met with us and heard our concerns. They r...

by: Christel Francis from: Newmarket on: 09 June 2023

Excellent work! Chair and ottoman came back better than any expectations. Highly recommend.

by: Gregory Lawrie from: Toronto on: 24 February 2023

Service was excellent. Great workmanship on our couches. Delivery personnel were fantastic. PW

by: Phillip Welsh from: Toronto on: 23 December 2022

Fantastic service and knowledgeable staff. Top drawer workmanship on my banquette cushions.

by: Walter Pioch from: Toronto on: 22 November 2022

My experience with Prestige Decor was first rate. We had window seat and bench cushions made for our 1907 home, where nothing is square or level…and they worked out perfectly. They helped us choose suitable fabrics for each location, and we’re ...

by: Margaret Gillie from: Toronto on: 14 November 2022

Drapery Hardware Questions & Answers

Below we answer some of the frequently asked questions we receive from customers regarding our curtain rods and drapery hardware products and services. If you have a question we’ll gladly answer it.

What is the difference between decorative rod and track?

When you don’t have enough space between the top of the window frame and ceiling to put brackets for a decorative rod, you would use tracks (this is the case in many condominiums). If you want to add an extra touch to your drapes and you have enough space in your home/office, you should use a decorative rod. Decorative rods and tracks can also be used in combination. For example if you would like to have sheers and drapery panels, the ideal solution for you may be a track for the sheers in the back and a decorative rod for your drapery panels in the front. Click here to see a photo of window treatments combining a decorative rod with a track. Click here to see a photo of a track application. Click here to see a photo of window treatments using only a decorative rod.

How important is the diameter of the rod?

We recommend bigger diameter rods for higher ceilings because drapes are heavier and a thicker rod will create the proper balance. Having a really thin rod on a high ceiling will make it hard to see and it will not look ideal. Our designers will gladly recommend to you the ideal rod diameter for your individual situation.

What are the available sizes for metal and wood rods?

Standard sizes are 4, 6, 8 and 10 feet for decorative rods but they can be cut to perfectly fit your windows. Two or more rods can also be connected using a rod connector making multiple rods look and function like a single rod. This is the recommended application for really wide windows.

How do you cut a decorative rod?

Metal rods are hollow and can be cut with pipe cutter or simple jigsaw. Wood rods are solid wood and can also be cut using a wood saw or a jigsaw. After cutting wood rods our installers drill a hole in the center of each end so that finials can be screwed in.

How far apart do I have to have curtain brackets installed?

For decorative curtain rods the rule of thumb is to have a bracket every 4 feet.
An exception is with a 6-foot rod where you can use only two brackets unless your curtains are extremely heavy, in which case you may need a center curtain bracket for additional support.
For curtain tracks the rule is to have a bracket every 2 feet. Again, if your curtain fabric is not heavy, like in the case of sheers, you can have a bracket every 3 feet.

What if I want to use a decorative rod but I don’t have space for finials?

You can use special wall brackets if your rod is between two walls or you can use end caps instead of finials. Ask one of our designers and we will gladly show you your options. You can see an example here.

My windows are larger/smaller than average, do you have drapery hardware that I can hang my drapes on?

No matter the size of your windows, our designers will help you choose the perfect drapery hardware that will cover any window(s). We carry a large variety of decorative drapery hardware, as well as Ibeam rods, KS tracks, CCS tracks, traverse rods and more. Our window treatment specialists are here to help you make the right choice for your home or business.

How Many Different Drapery style options do you offer?

We offer all possible drapery styles you can think of. Some of the more popular drapery styles we design include: Pinch Pleat Drapes, Pinch Pleat Drapes with buttons, Tack Top Drapes, Inverted Pleat Drapes, Grommet Drapes, Goblet Drapes, Goblet Drapes with Cord, Ripplefold Drapes, Ripplefold Drapes on KS Track, Sheered Drapes, Tab Back Drapes, and Dutches Drapes. To see pictures of each drapery style mentioned above please click here - Drapery Styles

Do you offer drapery installtion services?

Yes we do offer drapery installations throughout the greater Toronto Area. We have a team of experienced drapery installers who can handle any drapery installation. They will come to your location and professionally install your draperies.

How long does drapery installation take?

Our drapery installers are available 6 days per week and are flexible with their dates and times. You can usually book our drapery installers within a week, and they finish most drapery installations in 1 visit, but this depends on the number of windows and the complexity of the installation.

Do the drapery installers bring the draperies and the hardware or do I have to come to Prestige Decor to pick them up?

It is completely up to you, but our drapery installers will be more than happy to bring your draperies and hardware to your home or business at the time of the installation.

Do you have all drapery hardware in your showroom?

We stock a lot of drapery hardware in our showroom in Mississauga, however due to our large selection of specialty curtain rods and drapery hardware, some items will have to be ordered from our Canadian suppliers which only takes a few days, if that.

How do I know which drapery hardware colour to choose?

The best way to choose the colour of your drapery hardware is to look at any metal finish in your room and try to match your drapery hardware. This is why it is always a good idea to bring photos with you so our talented drapery hardware consultants can help you choose the perfect colour for your window treatments.

Do you have acrylic curtain rods and what is the biggest size?

Yes, we have stunning acrylic curtain rods which are also known as clear curtain rods or lucite curtain rods. The longest size we carry is 12 feet. Our clear curtain rods can be cut to any size you need.

How Many Curtain Brackets Do I need for a Bay Window?

This will depend on the length of each window. Generally speaking if you have sheers, two standard curtain brackets will be enough for a six-foot rod. If you have lined curtains then you will need to add another curtain bracket in the center for added support.
Keep in mind that you will need two standard curtain brackets at each connection (the joint where two rods are connected with a connector).
For example, say you have a bay window that has two side-windows that are four-feet each, and a center window that is six-feet long; If you have only sheer curtains (light curtains), you will need two brackets, one for each end, and you will need four brackets for the two joints where the rods connect. So you will need six brackets in total.
If however, you have heavier lined curtains, then you will need the same six brackets plus one more bracket in the center of the middle rod for added support. So you will need seven brackets in total.
There is an exception to this rule. We do carry a special bracket-elbow product, which is a rod elbow and a bracket in one product. This means that with this product you only need one bracket at each rod connection instead of two as mentioned above. So in the sheer curtain scenario above you would only need two connector-brackets, one for each rod connection joint, and two brackets for the rod ends. For the heavier lined curtains scenario you would just add one more bracket for added support.
Whether you go with standard curtain brackets or the connector-bracket will depend on which style of curtain rods and drapery hardware you go with as the connector-bracket is available for select curtain hardware collections only.

Can I use passing rings and passing brackets for my bay window?

Yes, this is possible. Usually you will need two standard (non-passing) curtain brackets, one at each end of the bay window side rods, and you will need two passing brackets at each connection (where two rods connect to each other with a connector to form the angle of the bay window). So in total you will need at least four passing brackets. If your bay windows are longer than four feet each, you may need an extra passing bracket in the middle of each rod for added support.
When it comes to passing rings, it is important to note that passing rings will not smoothly pass the bay window corners and you will need to carefully guide them past the rod joints. As a general rule of thumb, you will need eight rings for every twenty one inches of rod.

Prestige Decor’s curtain rods and drapery hardware can be purchased in our showroom in Mississauga Ontario Canada, but with our mobile Shop @ Home drapery hardware service, you can purchase any of our drapery hardware products and services from the convenience of your home.

We service the following cities:

Toronto (Rosedale, Bridle Path, Forest Hill, Annex, Birch Cliff-Cliffside), Mississauga, Oakville, Brampton, Streetsville, Hamilton, Milton, Georgetown, Etobicoke, Woodbridge, Vaughan, North York, Richmond Hill, Don Mills, Burlington, Bramalea, Thornhill, Weston, Rexdale, Scarborough, London, Barrie, Concord, Kitchener, Newmarket, Guelph, Markham, Pickering, Waterloo & the rest of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

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