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Remodelista Reconnaissance: Reath Design’s Wrap-Around Curtain Rods

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Remodelista Reconnaissance: Reath Design’s Wrap-Around Curtain Rods

February 18, 2022

In this week’s installment of Remodelista Reconnaissance—in which we sleuth out the source of design details spotted in our posts—we’re tackling one reader’s emailed query: Where to find wrap-around curtain rods like the ones in projects by Reath Design?

Read on.

Photography by Laure Joliet, courtesy of Reath Design.

the wrap around rods, spotted in a bedroom by frances merrill of reath design.  9
Above: The wrap-around rods, spotted in a bedroom by Frances Merrill of Reath Design. (See LA Autumnal: A 1920s House Makeover Composed in Jewel Tones.)
and in a reading nook in the same project. 10
Above: And in a reading nook in the same project.
and in a dining area. 11
Above: And in a dining area.
the rods reath uses, they say, are custom made. luckily, parachute offers a sim 12
Above: The rods Reath uses, they say, are custom-made. Luckily, Parachute offers a similar version: the matte black Curtain Rod ($79, shown). CB2’s Matte Black Blackout Curtain Rod ($79.95) is another similar find. 

A bonus? The wrap-around effect not only looks streamlined, it keeps windows fully covered for maximum light blocking, too.

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