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Curtain Call: World’s Most Beautiful Drapery Hardware

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Curtain Call: World’s Most Beautiful Drapery Hardware

Janet Hall March 03, 2014

Take a cue from the fashion world; adorn your interiors with custom hardware of the highest order from Jonathan Browning.  

Located in a historic building in San Francisco (a former publishing house), Jonathan Browning Studios creates hand machined bronze drapery hardware using a traditional 18th-century casting process. The aesthetic reflects Browning’s affinity for early-20th century industrial design and French Beaux Arts classicism. His work is available to the trade through Dering Hall

Above: Coin Edge Drapery Hardware in an antique bronze finish. 

Above: A detail of the backplate of the Coin Edge Drapery Hardware.


Above: The Langeais Drapery Hardware in an oil-rubbed bronze finish.


Above: The Castellane Drapery Hardware in antique bronze. 


Above: Bergerac Drapery Hardware in oil-rubbed bronze.

See the Jonathan Browning Studios Catalogue to view the complete collection of lighting and hardware. And for more inspiration, read Gardenista’s post 5 Ways to Cover 50 Windows on a Budget and explore Remodelista’s photo gallery of curtain designs.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on September 4, 2014 as part of our Low-Key Fashion week.

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