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Orion Ornamental Iron announced the introduction of four additional finishes to its popular Iron Art line of curtain hardware: Ivory, Pure White, Oil Rubbed Bronze and Metal Ore.  The company now offers 35 Iron Art finishes for its Drapery Rods and curtain rods. Custom finishes are also offered for all of the curtain rod hardware.

The finishes were added in response to customer requests, according to Orion.  Orion’s lines of curtain rod hardware include a wide selection of iron, resin, crystal, glass, and wood finials, and also of iron and wood curtain hardware in an extensive variety of styles and finishes.

Orion, which sells wood and iron Curtain Hardware and rods up to 30 feet in length, in traversing and non-traversing styles, makes all of them available as custom curtain rods or in standard lengths, in custom and standard finishes.

The company also recently introduced its Tuscany Traversing line as an expansion of the Designers’ Choice traversing hardware line. This drapery rod line includes heavy duty traversing curtain hardware in both iron and wood, with single and double traversing rods, all with track available in four designer finishes.

“We want Orion to be known for offering the widest selection of drapery rods and hardware in the design industry,” said  Sunil Patel, CEO. “The embossed designs of Tuscany Traversing, available with Somfy motorization,  and coupled with a wide selection of finials, are a good example of our product innovation.”

Orion offers an extensive line of finials in iron, crystal, wood and resin, together with iron and wood curtain rods, and other curtain rod hardware.  Orion also provides custom drapery rods and custom curtain rods. The drapery hardware makes a designer’s life easier because it is made to order and includes an extensive selection of hand-painted finishes, traversing and non-traversing styles, Somfy motorization and also heavy duty hardware,” added Patel.


Orion Ornamental Iron announces it now offers nearly 325 finials (160 iron finials, 20 glass finials, 53 resin finials, 32 crystal finials,  and 34 wood finials) and multiple styles of drapery rods (12 iron rods, 19 decorative rods, and 6 Inlay rods). Founded in 1983, this North Hollywood, California-based company will soon celebrate nearly 30 years in business.

“Orion offers one of the most diverse collections of curtain Finials and rods in the window treatment hardware industry,” said Sunil Patel, CEO. “Our Drapery Hardware has been created to give designers a wide selection of iron, glass, crystal, resin, and wood finials, and also of wood and iron drapery rods in our exclusive selection of styles and finishes.”

With the recent addition of the Tuscany Traversing line of drapery hardware and the expansion of the Bohemia line of crystal curtain finials, Orion has even more to offer.

“The Tuscany Traversing hardware line,” added Patel, “is made from lightweight embossed metal with 11 designs ranging from those with a traditional look, to transitional, to contemporary.  This line automatically includes heavy duty traversing hardware as well as offering both single and double traversing rods, all with track available in 4 designer finishes.”

In addition to Orion’s other iron rod traversing lines, Tuscany Traversing is available in 35 finishes, plus custom.

Orion recently expanded the Bohemia Collection of crystal finials on iron rods.  These 22 crystal finials are unique not only for their wide variety of shapes (round, oblong, oval, cube, etc.), but also for their exceptionally affordable price.  Because they can be used on three sizes of Orion’s iron rods, and because the rods are available in 35 finishes, the look of Bohemia Curtain Hardware ranges from traditional to modern, depending on the combinations chosen.

Orion’s goal is to be at the forefront of new designs.  “We provide all kinds of curtain hardware: custom drapery rods and custom finials.  Our drapery rods make a designer’s life easier because they come in an extensive selection of hand-painted finishes, and in traversing and non-traversing styles, and with heavy duty hardware,” added Patel.

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