Better Homes and Gardens Curtain Rod Set, Bronze, 1" rod diameter

Better Homes and Gardens Curtain Rod Set, Bronze, 1" rod diameter
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  • Improve your view with this handsome Better Homes and Gardens Curtain Rod Set with decorative finials
  • The telescoping metal rod is adjustable from 36" to 66" or 66" to 120"
  • Gifting note: This item ships in the manufacturer's original packaging. If intended as a gift, the packaging may reveal the contents.

    About this item

    Add a touch of classical elegance to any room in your home with the help of this Better Homes and Gardens Curtain Rod Set. It includes a telescoping metal curtain rod that adjusts from 36" to 66" or 66" to 120" to accommodate many different window and door configurations. To lengthen the decorative curtain rod, simply extend the smaller diameter rod, insert it into the larger rod and adjust it to the desired length. This curtain rod will complement a wide variety of window treatments and the bold color can coordinate with many color schemes. This set comes with everything you need for quick and easy installation, including brackets, the 1" rod diameter bronze curtain rod and decorative finials. Better Homes and Gardens also makes an entire line of tasteful window treatment solutions, including finials, tie-backs, valances and more. They also have a line of curtains, window panels and draperies to help transform the look of any room in just minutes.

    Better Homes and Gardens Curtain Rod Set Bronze:

    • Metal rod telescopes from 36" to 66", or 66" to 120"
    • Rod is 1" and 7/8" in diameter
    • Bronze curtain rod set, 1" rod diameter, comes with telescoping rod, finials, brackets and hardware


    Length: "36""
    Primary Color: Brown
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 241903-758-W30
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 3.5
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 66.0 x 2.91 x 2.91
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 2189203

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    Customer Reviews | 238 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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    Gorgeous, Heavy Duty Rod

    Customer review by MomToBGTwins

    5.0 stars by MomToBGTwins

    I purchased this curtain rod online with free shipping to the store. It was one of the few curtain rods I found that extended so far. My son's window is about 83 inches wide. I really wasn't wanting to put a center brace up (more holes to drill, more holes in the trim). So I was looking for a rod that was very long even at its minimum length. This was the perfect rod for us. First, the appearance. This is a gorgeous deep brown/bronze color. It looks fabulous with the cherry bedroom furniture and the dark red walls. We are also planning to buy another one for my daughter's room, which has sage green walls and is very light. This rod will be so pretty with her cherry bedroom furniture. The end pieces are very pretty too, perfect for any room, even a little boy's room! Second, workmanship and function. This rod is very heavy. It is about an inch in diameter, if not a bit more. We have the Eclipse blackout curtains (3 of them) hanging on this one rod over an 83-inch wide window and do not even need the center support brace. It has 3 rods, one for each side, and then a sliding center rod for your extension. We did not need to extend the rod for our window, so we just placed the extension rod in the middle of the other two rods for extra support, which is why we don't need the center brace. I do not think anyone would be disappointed with this curtain rod. It is beautiful, heavy duty, and would hold up any curtain if it can hold up 3 very thick, very heavy lined blackout curtains across an 83-inch wide window without a center brace.

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    Customer review by SimplyTiffany

    5.0 stars by SimplyTiffany

    ok listen! if you need help here it is! When you take the rod out of the packaging you will have one end normal and the other end with the extender in it but it has a stopper so you cant attach the 2. Why they put it like this makes no sense! But all you have to do is untwist the ball from the skinny rod and put it on the thicker rod. now you should have both "balled" ends connected to the thicker rods and use the thinner rod as the extender! took me forever to figure it out lol

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    Age:25 - 34
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    Sturdy, high- end look Rod

    Customer review by gakat

    5.0 stars by gakat

    Purchased this in the shorter length and the 120 length. The longest rod comes with center support Both rods came with hardware of excellent quality. Purchased in store-packaging of rods was excellent, with finals packed well to prevent damage. Color of rod is dark bronze, with lighter rubbed bronze finish on finials.

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    I only have on wide drapery panel as per my architects suggestion, as my windiw pane is flush with the rightside of the room - he thought I should pull the one panel to the left. But now I need to find a strong enough rod to hold this 105" width linen drape without a center bracket support!
    by modicumom 7/9/2010
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    • A. No. I tried the same thing and the rod sagged in the center. The max with only 2 brackets is about 80 inches.
      by BabeW10/21/2010
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    • A. I think it would... The rod has a pretty large diameter and is made from metal... As long as no one pulls on the drapes, I think you should be OK... However, /i am not an expert and can not guarantee anything... All you can do is try it. Is it possible to cut a notch in the top of the drape to let you put the rod in the center support? You could maybe do that and then add a dried flower arrangement or a loose fabric swag to hide the center support?? Even if you perch a cute little object d'art there, I would thnk it might add an point of interest there instead of making it look ugly. Am I making sense here... hope you understand what I mean?
      by IPmom9/24/2012
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    • A. No way, it would droop
      by spnd2mch9/12/2010
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    • A. I'd recommend the center support. My window is only 86" wide and the summer drapes are not lined, but they look much better using the center support.
      by McGee372/26/2015
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