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30 to 52-inch Adjustable Spring Tension or Screw Mount Curtain Rod
Decorate your favorite window using this metal spring-tension curtain rod that adjusts to window frames between 30 and 52 inches. This rod comes in your choice of four classic finishes, so it easily matches your decor. You can also mount it with screws.
ITEM#: 13524093This decorative mount curtain rod can be mounted by spring tension or with two hidden screws. This mount rod is adjustable and will not slip or slide. This curtain mounting rod boasts a modest diameter of 0.75 inches, so you can be sure that it fits nicely into most curtain types. With an uncluttered look, the modern-inspired rod adds a minimalist feel to your window treatments. Installing this curtain mounting rod is easy, as it comes with the necessary mounting hardware.
This curtain rod adds a traditional look to your home decor. The rod can fit window frames between 30 and 52 inches in size. Made of metal, it can provide solid support for curtains of various weights. Choose from a variety of colors available to fit your personal style, including black, bronze, pewter and white.
- Set includes: Tension rod, mounting hardware
- Dimensions: Rod adjusts from 30 inches to 52 inches
- Diameter: 0.75 inches
- Color Options: Black, bronze, pewter, white
- Materials: Metal
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These work perfectly inside the window frame. We were not sure if we even wanted curtains on these particular windows, however, these rods allowed us to have them without mounting the rods and creating holes in the trim. Love the curtains being hung without damage to the wood trim!Read More
If you want a rod with enough tension to stay in place without screws this is not it. The tension does not hold it in place it comes with screws.Read More
My only complaint about this rod is that it doesn't stay put. After a while it tends to loosen up and will fall with the slightest touch on the shower curtain. It's a pretty rod which compliments my bathroom though.Read More
I don't have the curtains for this yet, sadly, but having used many types of curtain rods, this is a winner. Very simple to install using the tension rod feature. I won't be using the screw mount at this apartment, but likely it will work well also if I need it later. Great design, great construction. Enjoy.Read More
Nice sturdy substantial rod...a little pricy but good quality I used them so I didn't have to put holes in my beautiful molding. They worked great!Read More
I shop Overstock.com because I thought I was getting a good deal. Upon opening this product, I found a XXX XXXX & XXXXXX sticker on the box that is $XX less than what I paid for it on-line! I'm returning it and heading to the bricks and mortar store!Read More
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Hello oldhouse, unfortunately, Overstock has not weight tested this item. Sorry for the inconvenience. Have a great day!
Although I did not use heavy curtains, it fits very tightly against the window frame and is a very study pressure rod. Nothing wimpy about it. Inside mount is great, no harware obstructing the look of the windo mouldings. If you used the option to screw it into the window frame, it would make it a permanent placement. You could put as much weight on it as you wanted until it were to bow, because it would not be slipping off with the added screw bolting it to the frame.
What is the diameter of the mount? It looks bigger than the rod. Thank you
Hello decoratorsa, the mount is 1 1/2 inches. Have a great day!
I'm unable to find an Adjustable Spring Tension Rod for a narrow SHOWER STALL ....between about 30 & 40 inches in width. Might I be able to use this curtain tension rod as a shower stall rod?
Hello wab48, It can be used for that purpose if you wish, but it is not really designed for use in the moist environment of the shower. Thank you for shopping with us!
If you use it this way, make sure you seal the joint where the 2 pieces meet (keep the water out!).
What is the depth of the hardware brackets? Is it adjustable?
Thank you for shopping with us baseball17. These are spring adjusted rods and are attached by pressure. Have a great day.
I need this product in bronze.
Bronze is available. Look under the options menu in the upper right-hand corner of the product page to make your selection.
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