Bold Pole Adjustable 144 to 240-inch Length Curtain Rod Set for Patio Doors

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ITEM# 13129992
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    ITEM#: 13129992

    Elegant and sophisticated, this sleek adjustable curtain rod will add traditional flair to your patio. The sleek rod features rounded finials and mountain brackets that give the piece a vintage, industrial appeal. The robust metal construction provides long-lasting wear that will keep your space looking fresh. The set includes finials, mounting brackets and two 86 to 144-inch window rods that combine to adjust to 240 inches.

    Details:
    • Rods measures 1.25 inches in diameter
    • Curtain rods projects 3.5 to 5.5 inches from the wall for convenience
    • Available in multiple colors finishes, including black and antique brown for versatility


    Specs

    Features
    Style Casual, Traditional
    Material Metal
    Finish Black Finish, Brown Finish, Gold, Metallic Finish, Pewter Finish, White Finish
    Component Curtain Rods
    Assembly Assembly Required
    Color Black, Brown, Gold, Grey, White
    Product Features Outdoor
    Dimensions 1.25-inch diameter, 86- 144 inches long
    Model Number BB105
    Country of Origin China

    Customer Reviews


    5 Stars
    270
    4 Stars
    58
    3 Stars
    13
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    • Most Recent

    • Beautiful drapery rod
      Verified Purchase

      This is a beautiful drapery rod. I was really glad to have found a drapery rod as long as I needed. They seem to be hard to find

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    • Perfect
      Verified Purchase

      Just the right curtain pole. Easy to install.

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    • works well
      Verified Purchase

      We bought this and the smaller one to hang curtains made of white sheets on the two outside sides of our screened porch. It has weather lite windows we use in bad weather. Since most of the time we have them gathered in the three corners with tie-backs, we decided to not put the finials on the ends, but to put them together in the corner and right to the other two walls. That way the curtains go all the way to the corners with no space where the finials would be and looks very nice and cozy! I would never think about them not being there. Even open, some of the curtains stay in the corners and there is no gap. Couldn't be happier!

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    • Beautiful poles
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      I bought these poles and, much to my embarrassment, I did not read the directions that two sets of 86-144 were sent to combine together to great the desired length. I thought the product was shipped incorrectly. It is hard to find anything at the local stores that would expand the 16' distance I needed over my sliding glass doors. These poles are designed well for that purpose. The only problem I had was that I needed the brackets to extend over the vertical blinds we have and they are too short for that. The pole is 1 1/4" thick and extender brackets that I found at Bed Bath and Beyond would only hold a 1 1/8" pole. So, unfortunately, I had to send the poles back because we did not want to add blocks of wood to the wall for the extension. I eventually bought two sets of 86-144" at Bed Bath and Beyond, but my husband had to cleverly design a plan to screw the poles together. It works and the bracket hides the connection, but I would have preferred to use the pole set purchased at Overstock. If the manufacturer could also provide brackets that would extend longer than the ones provided, I would have given this review 5 stars.

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    • Curtain rod fine
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      Don't ever buy the furniture

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    • Most Helpful

    • These aren't what you think
      Verified Purchase

      I was looking for a really long rod for my oversized patio doors. There are many rods out there but you have to piece them together which creates a catch each place the rods telescope together. I wanted to avoid the telescoping because I want the curtains to be pulled to only one side of the window. I thought this rod would be long enough with only 2 peices. This rod had SEVEN peices! I put it together and it bowed without support, as you would expect with all these peices. I sent it back and ended up ordering a 12 foot brass pole from another place.

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    • Great Quality
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      It is very difficult to ind a rod this long and it is both perfect in length and sturdy as well. I was a little worried that it would bend and sag because I only wanted to use one bracket in the middle. There is no problem. The rod comes with many brackets in case you are interested in bracing the rod in several places for an extra heavy curtain. I highly recommend this product; it is a great buy!

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    • Bold Pole curtain rod up to 240 inches . .Yeah
      Verified Purchase

      I have a 12' and 16' foot sliding glass doors and had two sets of cheap verticals on the 16 footer. I have never been able to afford a rod to fit either! These rods are beautiful and sturdy, could not be more pleased and the price is right! I have never written a review before, but realized how much I rely on others opinions, so felt I should let others know that this is a classy looking rod and and hubby had no problems with installation. Thanks Overstock!

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    • Great ROd
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      If you are looking for a long thick heavy duty rod this is the curtain rod for you I am using this rod in my living rooms over three windows which span 195 inches. I ordered the antique brown and to my surprise the color was spot on with the color I saw on website. I was very picky about finding a rod with the shortest projection from the wall and this fit the bill to a T. As other reviewers stated the box was pretty banged up and the rod was a bit scratched and the inside of one of the connections was bent a bit. The scratches are not noticeable way up and no will ever know. All I had to do was get a hammer and bang out the flattened side on one of the poles. All of the wall mounts, wall anchors for sheet rock and screws were included which was a HUGE BONUS!! The instructions were clear and straight forward, however hanging a curtain rod is not rocket science. Over all if you are looking for a decorative rod with a short projection and a petite yet stylish finial this is the rod for you!

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    • Very happy with the quality
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      After reading some of the negative reviews I was hesitant to order these rods but am glad that I took the chance. They were delivered promptly and in good shape. I needed the 240" rods and at first thought they made a mistake as they send 2 of the 90-144". You need them to make the longer rod and easy instructions are included as how to do so. Yes, 5 rods are used to make the longest length but believe me, it is very sturdy. I ordered these for 4 large expanse of windows and found the hardware was of good quality and the color a rich dark brown. No sagging in the middle on the patio door expanses although they send plenty of extra brackets if you need the added support. After shopping online for rods of this size I was pleasantly surprised with the quality. I would certainly order again.

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    Questions & Answers

    • Q:

      "Has anyone tried Gold vs Metallic Gold? I'm looking for an antique warm brushed brass finish that is showing up everywhere from high end furniture/home retailers. (NOT the shiny brass from the 80s.). Advice???"

      • A:

        I don't have either of the Golds, but it appears that neither are the shiny brass of old! I considered the Metallic Gold to harmonize with gumball lights from ****, but wound up choosing white to fade into the wall (can change lamps easier than re-hanging rods and drapes). You could buy the holdbacks in both golds (about $** each, so less than a rod and less weight to return) ITEM#: 12217585 or you could just buy your best guess. This is a great rod for those LONG spaces!

    • Q:

      "Since this rod uses separate telescoping rods to make one massive rod, do drapes on rings slide nicely when opening and closing, or do they get caught on the lip created where the rods meet?"

      • A:

        No, mine do not get caught. It might depend on the type of drapes you have... mine are grommet.

      • A:

        Yes mine do, but it is definitely worth it to have the long rod. I have a very tall husband who helps! They also make "grabbers" that can help scoot it across. I am also using plastic rings with clips since this is on an screened porch with windows and didn't want rust. A metal or heavy wood ring might slide better.

      • A:

        We bought two sets to make one continuous rod across our huge expanse of living room windows. It worked great after we figured out which pole configuration worked best for the space!

      • A:

        Our grommet curtains catch a little on the one spot, enough that it takes a pull from the half-way point, which gets the bulk over the notch, and then pulling the rest from there to the center for closing. I think a rounded "donut" ring would catch a lot less.

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    • Q:

      "I have over 200" that I need to cover but I'd like to do it with a double rod. Any ideas? Can I somehow make this a double rod. UGH - I can't seem to find what I need."

      • A:

        If you google the rod for a video, it will show you that there thinner rods that can go behind the main rod if you want to layer your drapes. They look really simple to use.

      • A:

        No. I do not see how this could be a double rod as shipped.

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    • Q:

      "We have 20 feet (240 inches) of continuous sliders. I would like to use this bracket to cover all 240 inches and only use 1 support in the middle. If I use light weight curtains, will this work? Or will we need to use more support brackets?"

      • A:

        I have this and i think you'll definitely need brackets on each end and in the middle. The rod itself comes in sections; it's not one long rod. I personally used all the brackets but one but I think you could get away with only using 3 if they're light weight panels.

      • A:

        Yes. But try to get the brackets into a stud. I strung mine over 120 inches.

      • A:

        I only used one bracket on a very long wall of windows (but not 240"). It works, so I think it should work, especially with light weight curtains.

      • A:

        We have about the same length with 3 windows and 12 inches of wall between each window. I only used one support in the middle. I hung double width panels at the ends and double panels in between each window. The panels are lightweight, but the rod could easily handle a heavier fabric.

      • A:

        I think you will be all right. I used used this set with only a center bracket over about 14', so more of my rods are double (where they telescope), but they are very very sturdy even with 8' drapes! May I recommend Ultimate Blackout Curtains -- they are very light despite being at least three layers thick (two colored surfaces, the black light-stopper, and maybe something for insulation as well). They also 'stack' to about 10% of width, much lower than the usual 1/3 allowance, while looking rich and expensive. T#### of Cl### will even send you color/fabric samples!

      • A:

        I have a 14-foot expanse with only one support in the middle. It has heavy velvet blackout curtains on it and it's doing just fine. So 20 feet of light curtains might work. But I'm not sure.

      • A:

        We used this rod as an outdoor application with grommetted Sunbrella (heavy canvas) curtains. We spanned 16' using only the end brackets and one middle support. The rods have withstood STRONG whipping winds on our patio. In fact, I'm going to have to remove the drapes now, as the winds are too strong. But to answer your question, you should be absolutely fine with 3 brackets on an expanse of 20' and light draperies. Use strong sheetrock mounting applications if you are unable to mount into a stud. By the way, I had to play around with the telescoping sections to come up with the right "mix" for what I needed. The rod (mine is black) is lovely.

      • A:

        I have 18 feet and only used the ends and a center. I have used white sheets for our outdoor room with rings with clamps and it is plenty sturdy.

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    • Q:

      "I bought these rods for two wall to wall mounting. Does the support brackets come with it? Also I can not find the rings for a 1.25 " diameter rod? Which size rings please. Thanks."

      • A:

        Support brackets are included. As I recall, there are 3 brackets/rod. So you have a bracket for each end, and one middle bracket. As for the "rings", you'd want at least a 1 1/2" ring, possibly even 2". I used a grommet-top drapery (outdoor drapes) and they worked fine. Here's a link to one example of a ring on Overstock: https://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/10-Curtain-Clip-Rings-2-inch/10372671/product.html?refccid=BYOF7XEUQVVLAISHHVDON3ZN3A&searchidx=5

      • A:

        3 brackets included.

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    • Q:

      "I am wondering about the mountain brackets that are included with this curtain rod. Are those for both ends of the rod or are the mountain brackets for support in the middle of the rod? Thank you"

      • A:

        We received mounting brackets for both the ends and the middle

      • A:

        I needed a rod for over 200" so I basically got 2 packages, and I have it hung with 2 end brackets and 3 inside.

      • A:

        There are enough for the ends and center support

      • A:

        Funny, we just installed these tonight even though I received them back in June! The rods are of great quality and went up very easily. There are brackets for each end as well as a package of 3 extra support brackets if needed for heavier curtains. We are very happy with these rods, especially for the cost. For me the most difficult part was finding a rod to fit my window that is 214 inches wide.

      • A:

        The mounting brackets are for both ends of the rod, as well as any support you may need in between, depending on how wide your space is. I used the rod (putting together several different parts from two boxes, which was kind of tricky) for a span of about 13 feet. I used a bracket for each end and one in the middle for support there.

      • A:

        I received the mounting brackets for the middle and the ends. Follow the instructions, they do specify how to use them.

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    • Q:

      "The brackets look kind of odd for a wall mount. Are these meant to be hung from the ceiling or from the wall?"

      • A:

        I wondered the same before I ordered them. I think these are better suited to wall mount - when mounted they look like normal wall-mount brackets.

      • A:

        The beauty of these is, that they can be hung from wall OR the ceiling for a more modern look.

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    • Q:

      "How do you put these together? The included instructions are confusing. Please help!"

      • A:

        It came as two of the smaller one and you put them together. They look nice in person.

    • Q:

      "I probably will buy and cut closetmaid brand 95" metal pipe to fit, since have used before. Will 7 foot runs of this rod hold up heavy drapes? Without support braket(s) in the middle?"

      • A:

        No, it would sag like any rod system that involves 2 pieces (one sliding inside the other). For 7 ft, you would need a heavy duty one piece of rod to get by without any middle support.

      • A:

        I have 13'8" with only the center bracket. So 6'10" and no sagging... but my grommet-drapes are not v.heavy, although they are black-out, insulated, and look rich! (Ultimate Black-Out Curtains) I differ with Lloyd in opinion. Because this set is intended to hold up to 20 feet of curtains or drapes, at 14' you will have two pieces of telescoping rod (one inside the other) over much of the length. Therefore sagging will be minimal. You can actually position the outer diameter pieces to be centered on the (half) run or side! Although I slid them together to touch the center bracket to minimize joints my grommets bumped over. Since you have a plan B with the metal pipe, you can just try it for your heavy drapes and see.

      • A:

        we have a 15' span with 5 grommet curtains and one center support though our curtains are not heavy the rod and supports are very sturdy

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    • Q:

      "What is the circumference of this rod?? What size grommets will go on it?"

      • A:

        The circumference of the rod is 4", diameter 2". My drapes don't have grommets, but the rod would accommodate them nicely.

      • A:

        1.75" grommets fit and slide very nicely, so the diameter is less than 2" even for the larger diameter pieces of rod. 2" grommets would probably also be fine although I can't vouch for it personally!

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    • Q:

      "how many section for a 15 foot rod?"

      • A:

        3 sections I love this rod worked out perfect great quality

      • A:

        I love that it fits my triple extra long sliding glass doors, however the hardware that holds the pole also allows segmented curtains. You have to constantly pull them so they meet , anyone know how to fix this problem?

      • A:

        There will be five sections. A smaller diameter section at each end, a larger diameter 'sleeve' over them, and a smaller diam. piece in the middle, joining the larger ones. You will have a large and a small diam piece left, plus two finials and probably a bracket or two or three left over, but they won't make a set you can use for anything else, sadly!

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    • Q:

      "I need 200 inch rod to hang valance in indoors home . How many brackets I can get and how many I need ? Is this right product I am selecting? "

      • A:

        Yes. Order two sets. I ordered two of these to cover living room windows. You just have to put the rods rogether ionce received My cuetains were light so brackets provided were sufficient.

      • A:

        Order ONE 144-240" rod set. You will receive TWO 90-144" rod sets! and instructions about combining to reach your length. There will be plenty of brackets between the two sub-sets, at least six.

      • A:

        Forgot to say, just use at least one center bracket; you won't NEED more, but if you have three sections of valance you might want put a bracket between piece, so that there isn't 2/3 unsupported. But not for the weight of the valance! just for the physics of the rod.

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    • Q:

      "Any idea when the black finish will be available again?"

      • A:

        If you are still following your own question, I see that Satin Black is available on 10/20/16.

    • Q:

      "Can these rods be ceiling mounted- use as room divider- 12 foot span?? thank you"

      • A:

        I would think so. You might want to reinforce the rod a bit if going 12 foot. I put gorilla two sided tape on the inside of rod. Worked great.

    • Q:

      "Is this a telescoping rod, or do you screw the separate sections together. I'd like to avoid telescoping."

      • A:

        My set does telescope.

      • A:

        Yes it does, and in my opinion doesn't look bad.

      • A:

        It is 2short rods and they all slide together, it was confusing to put together but looks good.

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    • Q:

      "I'm trying to figure out what size of curtain rings to get with this rod. When I look at what other customers purchased along with this rod, I see clips that don't seem to fit the diameter of this rod. I think I need atleast 2 inch curtain rings. Right?"

      • A:

        The packaging states 1-1/4" diameter center rod. This item comes as two 86"-144" rod packages with directions on how to make them one rod.

      • A:

        My drapes have 1.75" grommets and slide freely. Well, except for the bump where the telescoping rods nest. Someone reported taping there helped but I don't know what type of tape, maybe the colored electrician tape...

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    • Q:

      "I installed three sets under a cornice, covering three sets of sliders. Great. Is there a piece one can purchase, which can join them together when one removes the finials. They have a hollow space in which a dowel could be inserted. Do you carry anything like that ???? Thank you"

      • A:

        Unfortunately, we do not carry anything that would do that. We apologize for any inconvenience.

    • Q:

      "Hi - if these are meant for the INSIDE of patio doors (as answered in my question below) , the listing is incorrect as it states: "...making it ideal for updating your outdoor patio" and "Product Features: Outdoor". This is incorrect and frustrating as I just paid someone to have these these installed."

      • A:

        I installed them INSIDE and they not only look great but they work great too. When I bought them, I figured that if they were made for outdoors, there would be no reason they couldn't be used for indoors. So far there have been no problems.

    • Q:

      "Hi - I bought these for my outdoor patio but am concerned that nothing on the box stated "outdoor use" although it is listed here on the website. Can anyone confirm these are made to use outdoors and won't rust? I am actually using it for the inside of my patio to block sunlight but will still be subject to various weather conditions. Thanks."

      • A:

        This is meant for the inside of patio doors. This may rust outdoors.

    • Q:

      "I need a 265" curtain rod. how can I put these together to make that? Can these rods be combined with smaller ones to come to that size?"

      • A:

        Yes, we combined the rods to make one large curtain rod to cover a 15 foot span. We did need 2 support brackets about each 5 foot section. It looks great!

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