What is the exact color of the rod? It says gold but looks rather bronze. Can you clarify?
Classic Adjustable Antique Gold Button Curtain Rod Set
Give your favorite curtains a new look with this steel curtain rod set that comes with your choice of two pretty resin finials. These rods adjust to suit your window, and they come with mounting brackets so you can install them with ease.
ITEM#: 13984647Redecorate your living space with this new drapery rod set. This window treatment set includes a pair of elegant finials and comes in one of three different adjustable size options.
This exquisite curtain rod set gives your favorite curtains a fresh look and is constructed of steel for long-lasting durability. With a soft, timeless antique-gold finish, this set is the perfect finishing touch to any room in your home. Mounting brackets are included for quick and easy installation of the window treatment. The finials included in this curtain rod set are constructed from plastic resin, making it flexible and durable even under stress. With a projection distance of approximately two inches from the wall, this rod set offers decoration and flexibility, and can accommodate a range of curtains of various weight and thickness.
- Set includes: High-quality adjustable pole, mounting brackets and two finials
- Dimension options: Rod adjusts from 84 inches to 120 inches, 48 to 84 inches, or 28 to 48 inches
- Diameter: 5/8 inches
- Projection: Approximately 2 inches from the wall
- Antique Gold Button Finial: 2.1 inches long x 1.8 inches high x 1.8 inches deep
- Materials: Steel
- Finial: Plastic resin
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Exactly as described, excellent value and super easy to assemble.Read More
This curtain rod was so easy to install and my new curtain looks so good on it.Read More
Very nice and look attractive. The color was what it protrayed.Read More
These installed quickly by my husband with help of friend (installed at 18' at highest) in our great room. They support lined, microfiber drapes that cover a passive-solar window wall when needed to limit radiated cool or too-much sun. Very smooth, so there's no obstruction of the grommets of the lined curtains for quick opening or closing.Read More
Exactly as described. Strong and functional but also pretty!Read More
I have purchased 2 of these rods! The best value for the money compared to many other stores. Installs easily, Great!Read More
Questions & Answers
more of a bronze
The photo color is pretty accurate. Trust your vision and don't depend on the descriptive label.
Can these curtain rods be used with your blackout curtain?
yes, I don't see a problem with that., might need to be a little heavier rod., depending upon the material of your blackout curtain. good purchase
What is the diameter of the rod?
Thank you for shopping with us siredward7. The rod is 5/8 in diameter. Have a great day.
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