The modernist stainless collection is a perfect example of form following function. the design language is pure and simple, with sharp linear forms resulting from the machining process. The brushed and mirrored surface finishes, combined with subtle tinting technology emphasise the innate qualities of the high grade stainless steel used throughout.
Stainless collection is designed as a customisable option for modern interiors, allowing you to specify the right diameter and functionality for the project window.
Stainless collection is designed as a customisable option for modern interiors, allowing you to specify the right diameter and functionality for the project window. Full selection is here.
poles are available at 19mm (3/4”), 25mm (1”), 38mm (1 ½”) and 50mm (2”), with double rods offered with either 25mm (1”) and 19mm (3/4”) or 50mm (2”) and 25mm (1”) arrangement for the feature drapes and sheer rods.
The stainless collection has wall-fixed and ceiling-fixed bracket solutions, as well as a double bracket for hanging voiles/sheers behind feature drapes. When wall fixing, side brackets provide structural support through their vertical backplates, while mid and passing brackets are designed to be visually minimal with horizontal backplates. Passing brackets combine with passing rings to allow drapes to travel smoothly around bends, curves or over longer spans. Select here.
Finial options may be specified depending on context. these range from the minimalism of flush end caps, through to ball and crystal ball options which move the collection subtly in the direction of ornamentation. Select here.
Ø19mm (3 /4”) • 25mm (1”) • 38mm (11 /2”) • 50mm (2”)
Unlimited system length
Easy install, drop-in brackets with magnetic cover plate
Lined rings in stainless steel on all diameters
Bespoke bending and curving service
Can be specified for wet room/outdoor use
the renowned qualities of authentic stainless steel are emphasised by either a brushed or polished surface treatment, while a unique tinting process brings exciting new opportunities for modern design schemes.