End stopper finials on curtain poles are so popular, and for several reasons.
Their dimensions mean they fit neatly into small areas, so if you have limited space to the side of your window where the curtain will hang, this design could be really helpful. End stopper finials are neat and discreet – when you want your curtain pole to work well, be understated, and yet look amazing within contemporary or more traditional décor, End Stoppers are an ideal choice.
In the popular 28mm diameter ranges don’t miss the End Stopper in the Lunar range by Jones Interiors, in a choice of Matt Nickel, Chrome, Gun Metal and Burnished Brass, or the Lunar End Cap in Oak. These poles are fantastic quality and have really stylish cylinder brackets to complete the minimalist appeal. Jones also have their well priced Astra 28mm range which features this very popular pole end style, comes in Chrome and Matt Nickel and starts at only £21.45 for a 120cm pole set.
Another neat 28mm end stopper pole end is Ronda by Integra, and this also has the cylinder bracket style and is available in Gloss Black or Gloss White. Bright white or deep black colour finishes in curtain poles are otherwise quite difficult to find. Swish Elements Stud curtain poles come in 28mm and 35mm in a choice of Satin Steel, Chrome, Antique Brass and Graphite. Swish also have a 19mm version of this design in the same colour ranges.
The Ribbed End Stopper by Jones Interiors is part of their 35mm Strand range. It’s a bit wider than the Lunar End Stopper, and is a little more detailed with its three tiered design and comes in Matt Nickel, Chrome, Black Nickel and Satin Brass.
Hallis Hudson have included an End Cap design in their Rolls Galleria Metals 35mm and 50mm ranges in Brushed Silver, Chrome, Burnished Brass and Black Nickel. This range has stylish lateral brackets.
And in wood, the 45mm Modern Country range by Rolls includes a lovely, neat Button finial in a choice of seven beautiful colours.
One last word on the End Stopper! If you are considering this design because you are limited on space, then another option may be to use recess brackets at one or both ends. Recess brackets fix neatly to the side wall and support the pole right on the end. This type of alternative support bracket is available in many of the ranges and enables the curtain to be pushed back as far as possible.