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I just got my drapes hung last week and this rod is perfect. I have a 110" patio door and this worked great. It has the option of a single rod or the double. Having the support in the middle of the window is a bonus. They were easy to install. The finials are bigger than expected and make a nice statement on the walls. My drapery valance is back ordered and will be here in April. Can hardly wait to see the completed look. Couldn't be happier. Thanks O....
Adjustable Double Curtain Rod Set with Shell Finial
Add an elegant touch to your home decor with this unique window hardware rod set. This set features antique-inspired style and metal construction.
ITEM#: 12693745Add an elegant touch to your home decor with this unique window hardware rod set. This set features antique-inspired style and metal construction.
- Set includes: Four rods, three medallion wall brackets, hardware and instructions
- Double rod sets allow double layer window treatments with one decorative rod program
- Diameter: 3/4 inches
- Wall bracket: Medallion projection adjusts 3 inches to 5 inches
- Color options: Antique brown, black, gold, pewter
- Materials: Metal
- Finial: Shell
- Rod adjusts from 22 inches to 38 inches
- Rod adjusts from 38 inches to 72 inches
- Rod adjusts from 72 inches to 144 inches
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I just got my drapes hung last week and this rod is perfect. I have a 110" patio door and this worked great. It has the option of a single rod or the double. Having the support in the middle of the window is a bonus. They were easy to install. The finials are bigger than expected and make a nice statement on the walls. My drapery valance is back ordered and will be here in April. Can hardly wait to see the completed look. Couldn't be happier. Thanks O.Read More
parts missing look good once i got the needed parts to complete the installationRead More
Easily the best curtain rod I've ever purchased. Versatile, durable, and strong. Looks great and can be used for a variety of different window treatment options. Totally worth it.Read More
I ordered these double curtain rods with shell finials facing the room in 72 - 144 inch length. I received someting else that i had not ordered, i did not even bother to open the box. I called customer service and the phone was answered withhin 5 seconds with the most pleasant and helpful service rep. I expected a run-around and trouble getting the rods that i wanted. But no such thing happened. The right rods arrived a week later. I asked my male neigbour to set them up. It turned to be so easy that i could have done it myself. They look absolutely wonderful in my living room. Only thing is, that the drapes do not close completely in the middle because of the middle finial. There is a 3 inch opening. I am very please with my purchase. The rods in gold are good quality, the gold is not too shiny, rather muted gold. I do recommend these rods. I could not be any happier.Read More
Initially I planned to do a double curtain in my design so ordered it that way. Then I found the perfect sheers that are lovely without anything over top so am now only using one rod for installation. I got the brushed nickel and they look lovely. Not cheap at all. I love how easy these are to put up and how posh they look. I really don't like the finials that stick out making the window look wider than it is. I really like that the finials here are the end of the draperies and they face the front not the wall. I wish I could find a way to buy just the finial and brackets, as I now have 4 rods that were meant to be the second layer of draperies and no way to use them. But I will find something that works so they are not wasted.Read More
First of all- this is an add-on set, not a true double rod set. In other words, the mounting is made for one curtain rod, they send you extender so you can make the mounting stick out further to hold the second rod. I say this because I would not have purchased these had I known that. I am skeptical of the strength of these extenders for heavier drapes, as there is an inherent logic-flaw in this design. The light sheers will end up inside on the sturdier rods and then the heavier drapes will be held up by the flimsier extenders. The extenders are held together by a small screw that just presses on an inner-rod (it does not screw into it, it presses into it to allow you to make it whatever depth you like.) I bought these rods for both my bedroom and my dining room, and this design worries me for my heavier velvet blackout drapes that will be opened and closed frquently in my bedroom. That being said, I was pleasantly surprised by these drapes for my dining room, where I have hung sheers and silk-duponi drapes. The entenders are more than sturdy enough to hold these lighter materials and they look great. I've never seen rods that extend length-wise as these do- they basically treat a long window as two smaller windows side by side. So on my 85-inch window, I have a rod that hooks from the left to the middle medallion, then a completely separate second rod that hooks from the middle medallion to the right. This made it SO EASY to hang my new curtains, as I was handling smaller rods. This was a pleasant surprise. It also prevents any kind of bowing that occurs with the longer windows. But, again, I worry about my bedroom where this design may leave a gap in the middle when I try to close the drapes completely. In the dining room, though, this works perfectly and, again, is so convenient. On the topic of installation, if you buy these rods do not follow the installation instructions that came with them. Instead of screwing the post into the mounting plate before hanging, instead just install the plate on the wall by itself. Then you can screw all the extenders into the posts at the same depths easily, and you won't be trying to maneuver that tiny little screw while holding your hands over your head. Since others have mentioned it, I purchased the square medallions and they are about 3 inches per side. I have a taller (but not completely vaulted) ceiling and longer windows so these are not too large in my room at all. I have a stripe in my curtain and curls in my chandelier, so the sqaure medallions with the curving design inside brought these two together well. I find the look clean and modern- not to heavy, not to simple, just right. So, in summary, I like the look and installation of these rods, they are sturdy enough for lighter drapes, but I am skeptical of the double-rod extenders for heavier drapes.Read More
I've been searching for the perfect double rod set for over two years and am so glad this set isn't flimsy or cheap-looking in person. They are VERY sturdy, look elegant and don't bow. I have a 108" door wall and am hanging 4 thermal curtain panels and sheers. The one thing I didn't expect was the 3rd finial but obviously that's a bonus. Thank you to the previous reviewers on this item (that's what convinced me to give these a whirl). I'm so glad the search is over and I can store my ugly vertical blinds!Read More
This rod set was fine. I ordered it because I have a picture window that is longer than 100". There is a center peg to hold the rod so it doesn't sag but there is no medallion for the center peg. It looks very strange to have that peg jutting out of the center of the rod. Not quite sure what to do with it.Read More
Questions & Answers
fits in the small opening that we have.
Can this be mounted to the ceiling and still work as a double curtain rod (sheer curtain behind & decorative curtain in front)?
Hello nbanks6,No, it won't work. It's designed to be wall-mounted. We're sorry for the inconvenience. Thanks for shopping with us!
Is it possible to purchase extra wall brackets and finials?
Hello scrappinnanni, I'm sorry we do not have that available. We only have these packaged as sets. Have a great day!
Will you be getting more stock of the brown?
We have no advance knowledge when orr if any given item will be restocked.
How far out from the wall is the bracket?
Medallion projection adjusts 3 inches to 5 inches
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