I'm looking for a rod that can measure 144" in a single span (non adjustable). Does the 144" - 240" include a solid (continuous) length of 144", or does it come in pieces? Thank you!
It goes wonderfully with my bronze grommet style drapes....
Brown Optima End Cap Curtain Rods
Brown Optima curtain rod is a complete set that's easy to install with all hardware and instructions are included. This adjustable rod creates a clean look for any window.
ITEM#: 15114113Brown Optima curtain rod is a complete set that's easy to install with all hardware and instructions are included. This adjustable rod creates a clean look for any window.
- Complete set of rods, end cap finials, mounting hardware and instructions
- Length Options: 16 to 30 inches, 30 to 54 inches, 54 to 100 inches, 100 to 144 inches, 144 to 240 inches
- Diameter: 1 inch
- Projection: 4 inches
- Color options: Brown
- Materials: Metal
- Finial materials: Metal
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It goes wonderfully with my bronze grommet style drapes.Read More
The curtain rod was better than hoped and easily expanded to 180 inches. At this length we thought we would need more support, but the rods are strong and hold the curtains perfectly.Read More
These curtain rods are perfect, instead of mounting them to a wall I mounted them from the ceiling. Along with the curtains I put solar shades behind them, between the two of them they block out all the light. Try hanging them from the ceiling for a different take on curtain rods.Read More
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Hello lasc4, I hope your day is going well. This is not a continuous length. Thank you for shopping with us.
I feel silly asking, but does this set come with two rods or just one?
Hello vickybobby, it is a two piece pipe that will measure 30 inches - 54 inches. Thanks for shopping with us!
Is the projection of the rod from the wall also adjustable? If so what is the adjustable distance?
The rod can be set at a distance of 4 to 6 inches from the wall.
Can the end cap be removed to add a finial?
Thank you for your interest. Yes, the end cap finials for the Optima collection can be removed to add decorative finials. However, the manufacturer is not selling the components separately for this product. Optima is being sold as "ready" sets and the reason you may be unable to find the additional options on the Overstock site is because the manufacturer is in the middle of uploading all of the new items for the Optima collection. You may want to check back on our site, periodically, to see if they have been yet added. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
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