If you want to add something special to your curtains or just looking for essential accessories to hang them up, then check out our curtain accessories collection. Compliment your curtains with holdbacks and ties, or rings to hang them up on a curtain track. Ensure that you always have the right equipment to hang your new curtains, and shop curtain accessories from Spotlight today.
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Can I buy curtain accessories from Spotlight?
Yes, you can. Shop these essential accessories and transform your space with the perfect curtains. This useful range of the finest curtain accessories includes hooks, fits, rings, and more, find everything that you need to hang your curtains up in style. Whether you are looking for new hooks for your curtains or to compliment your curtain style with holdbacks and ties to match, we are confident that you will love our fabulous selection.
What is included in this range?
Curtains can add the perfect finishing touch to just about any room, and this range includes our selection of curtain accessories, with everything that you need to hang your new curtains. If you are not quite sure which of our curtain accessories would be right for you, then check out our handy guide below for everything that you will find here.
Curtain rings: We have a variety of different curtain rings to choose from, and these are an easy way to hang curtains as they will slide along your curtain rail. With curtain rings made from wood, plastic metal and more, and a variety of colours and styles to choose from, we have the perfect option for you in this selection.
Conduit Spring Fits: These are used to fasten curtains to frames, and are ideal for anyone who is not able to drill holes into the walls of their property. Whether you are renting or would just prefer to avoid power tools, then these could be a great choice.
Curtain Hooks: Curtain hooks are amongst the most common type of curtain fasteners, and the pure white design means that they will not be visible, even when you have lighter or white curtains. Alternately, keep your pleats looking perfectly pinched with our selection of pinch pleat hooks. These are specially made for this type of curtains and are available in a variety of different colours.
Cafe clips: Cafe clips are easily attached to a pole or valence rod and will provide an effective non-slip grip and a secure connection. Often used for smaller curtains around the home, they are more suited to lighter materials and fabrics as they are unable to carry a significant amount of weight.
Holdbacks: Holdbacks and ties will keep your curtains look their best when they are open. Offering a neat and tailored effect, we have holdbacks in an array of different materials, styles and colours to choose from.
Curtain Tape: Whether you are looking for curtain heading tape for your curtain creations or double-sided tape, we have a wide selection of curtain tapes to choose from in this range. With various thicknesses, widths and colours, we are confident that you will discover the curtain tape that you need for your project in this selection.
How should I hang my new curtains?
However you choose to hang your curtains, we have all the accessories that you need in this selection, and they will make sure that your windows are dressed for success. The manner that you hang your curtain will depend on the final look that you are trying to achieve. If you are looking for a modern finish, then eyelet or tap-top curtains and a curtain pole would be a great choice. Alternately, pinch or pencil pleats curtains are often hung using either wooden rings on a pole or with a curtain track, depending on the material of the drapes.
If you have bay windows or any other unusual shape, then tracks are incredibly effective, as these are available to fit around the corners. If you are using traditional curtain brackets and tracks, then you may need a power tool to drill into the wall, and this may not be a suitable option if you are renting your property. When you are hanging your curtains, it is recommended that you ensure that they are positioned away from the glass, as direct contact and condensation could damage the material.