The rod is good. It serves the purpose for which it was intended. It will be used in the extra bathroom on a built-in tub for our shower while we are gutting our master bath. I only wish that I had purchased the riser as well, because I definitely need one now. The key to installation is TAPE. Tape each of the connection joints while the D rod is lying flat on the ground. This really made the rod manageable during installation. After installation, you can easily remove the tape. It is not a one-person job, still. I also like that this particular brand comes with a 5/8 inch ceiling support rod as opposed to the 1/4 inch support rod that comes with some other brands. The ceiling support rod definitely needs to be centered to keep the rod level. I found installation instructions on the brand name's website. The instructions that come with the rod are minimal. Overall, a good rod.
This towel ring is perfect for my master bath. Good quality and well designed. I have the entire set and would recommend this brand and style, for your own bathroom, or as a gift.
I think this is a decent price for the set of 4 items. The only think I didn't like (or use) was the 30" towel rod. My bathroom is small so the rod just felt too wide, but even if it was a large bathroom I think it would've been too long. Standard sizes are 18" and 24". I would've loved to have had an option. An 18" would've worked perfectly for me. The included wall anchors are working well so far in standard construction drywall. You'd need something else if going into tile or what-not. The packaging was decent. Each item came in a pretty thick, plastic baggy. All these bags were in 1 box. No brand name/instructions/description/etc...included. So, hopefully you have a little know-how going into this. I believe i pre-drilled the anchors using 1/4" bit. You'll need to verify that 1/4" will work with what's in your set. For me, since it was going into drywall, the exact size didn't quite matter, as long as the bit was smaller than the anchor sleeve. You could probably go a tad bit smaller and be fine (as long as it's drywall.) FYI, if you don't like the direction of the toilet paper holder, you can use a fine flathead screwdriver (like from an eyeglasses repair kit) and remove the hanger and put it in the other direction. That way you won't have the little screwhead facing up and being all ugly.
Shopped these mirrors at **** **** and ***** to match a free standing vanity I bought of the same brand and color. These matched perfectly. Very high quality and of course great service with Overstock.
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