Spring fever has definitely gotten inside our heads and, currently, it has us obsessing over curtains. We've been going crazy trying to find the perfect coverings for the double windows in our bow-front living room. To make a long (and painful) story short, we've finally settled on relocating our one pair of dining room curtains into the living room where each of the two windows will receive only 1 curtain, neatly pulled to opposing sides. But just when we thought we were done we realized we had no clue what to hold the curtains back with! Enter our curtain tieback roundup...
Yes, there are a few hooks thrown in there but, if your curtains aren't too thick then a hook will work just fine as a curtain holdback. We're partial to the Bee from Neiman Marcus and the Muscleman from Restoration Hardware — come on, how could you resist such things? What do you use to hold your curtains back, if anything?
• 1 Bee Tieback, Neiman Marcus, $20
• 2 Branch Curtain Tieback, Urban Outfitters, $14
• 3 Door Knob Curtain TIeback, Urban Outfitters, $14
• 4 Shell Holdback, Neiman Marcus, $25
• 5 Muscleman Hook, Restoration Hardware, $21
• 6 Tweety Curtain Holdback, Pottery Barn Kids, $25
• 7 Brushed Matte Brass Bone Tiebacks, Crate & Barrel, $14
• 8 Dillion Hook, Restoration Hardware, $30
• 9 Glass Bead Tieback, West Elm, $14
• 10 Gerbera Hook, Anthropologie, $10