How far apart are the screws? I have existing anchors on my wall that are about 1 inch apart (from previous owner's curtain rod), and I'm curious if this would fit. Thanks!
Adjustable Curtain Rod Set with Pewter Ball Finial
Add a unique touch to your home decor with this Simply Elegant window rod set. This window pole set gives you your choice of elegant finials.
ITEM#: 13109394Add a unique touch to your home decor with this Simply Elegant window rod set. The window pole set includes a beautiful pewter ball finial.
The window rod features a visually appealing pewter finish. The reflective surface gives the piece a crisp look, and the finial is simple enough for a modern space while exuding elegance suitable for a more traditional decor. The window rod has a diameter of 5/8 inches and comes with mounting hardware. This classy curtain rod is the perfect finishing touch to your window dressing, framing your curtains with an elegant sphere on either side. The metallic color is neutral enough to fit with any color scheme, while the shine adds a glamorousness note. The curtain rod is adjustable, so you can mount it over windows of varying widths.
- Set includes: Window rod and mounting hardware
- Diameter: 5/8 inches
- Projection: 3 1/2 to 5 1/2 inches from the wall
- Color options: Pewter
- Materials: Metal
- Finial materials: Metal, ceramic
- Finial: Pewter ball
- Rod adjusts from 28 inches to 50 inches
- Rod adjusts from 50 inches to 98 inches
- Rod adjusts from 98 inches to 144 inches
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I wouldn't hang heavy drapes on this rod. It's not very big and would probably bend or pull out of wall all together. It's a very simple rod to install.Read More
Appearance, value, and quality of the rod is great!!Read More
Curtain rod are as expected and pictured. No surprises when they arrived.Read More
Cheap but nice looking curtain rod plus finials and mounting hardware that works fine for holding up my lightweight grommet top curtains. OK looking and functional and a good deal.Read More
Nothing special about this rod. It's fair quality, but I use it very lightly so it'll be fine. It's very simple and the finish is nice.Read More
Just got these curtain rods, I ordered the "square" set. My only complaint is that they are a little unsturdy as you get to the end of their length...we have a wider window (~46 inches), when the rods are at their full extension we notice they bend a bit. Not too much, but a little. If you are planning on using them on narrower windows, you will be just fine.Read More
These are an affordable rod option that I somewhat regret. I'm a very handy gal, but even for me the instructions and hanging materials definitely could have been better. It took quite some time to get them up, and even in the end I lost 2 of the anchors provided, so it's not my finest handy work. Also keep in mind that the weight of the rod and the ends are CONSIDERABLE, so I'm even more concerned that I don't have an anchor in place. Would not buy this product again.Read More
These are heavy curtain rods that look very nice when up. However, in order to put the hardware together you have to add nuts to the screws that were nearly impossible to put together. My husband had more choice words because he couldn't actually get the nuts on the screws without using tweezers. I could get them on but my fingers are smaller. I would not buy these again.Read More
I was worried that these rods would not be sturdy enough for the heavy curtains I wanted to put on them but they are strong and look great. I love the new look.Read More
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What is the rod diameter?
Hello, mchamber49301. The rod diameter is 5/8 of an inch. Thank you for shopping with us.
My curtain rod came inside a cardboard box with out any instructions or the manufacturers box. What size drill bit will I need???
Hello ginadog76, thank you for your inquiry! You will be contacted by customer care.
Will the 98in-144in rod come with a third bracket to support the middle of the rod?
Thank you for shopping with us leahok. Yes there is a third bracket on that size rod. Have a great day.
This looks shiny. Is it?
Hello rabbimc, it is not shiny like chrome but does have a luster. Thank you for shopping with us.
What is the diameter of the ball?
The diameter of the Pewter ball finials is 1.5"
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How to Pick Curtains
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