Designed to get noticed a new breed of window treatments that are a cross between your typical curtain poles and pelmets. Available in larger sizes with an enhanced gliding system, they allow to hang heavy curtains. One of the main challenges of contemporary homes is that little or no wall space is allowed between the top of the window and the ceiling. Where a limited amount of space has been afforded, a polmet can offer the perfect solution, allowing for a range of window treatments, both modern and traditional.
The vintage vibe has passed from clothes to interiors and mirrored furniture, which has been chic since the 30s, is the height of fashion once more. The Deco Collection of polmets comes in a silver, fumé or bronze bevelled mirror finish or in an anthracite bevelled glass finish, and is offered in a 50mm & 80mm width. To accompany this, the brackets and end caps come in polished brass, antiqued brass, chrome or black.
Inspired by the Doric style of architecture from ancient Greece, the Milo Polmet, like the Baroque Polmet, offers an familiar, traditional, fluted profile in a narrow selection of quite opulent finishes, to a tracking system. This can be used to hang traditional pencil pleat curtains or blinds, panels or curtains with more contemporary headings.
The Baroque Polmet offers an ornamented detail, in a selection of quite opulent finishes, on a tracking system that can accommodate panels,blinds,sheers,wave headed or even more traditional pencil pleat curtains. Being, fundamentally, a tracking system, the polmet can fit into smaller wall-spaces between window and ceiling which are so often the feature of the new build interior.