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28"-48" Steel Wraparound Privacy Curtain Rod
$39.95
$39.95 - $49.95
Description
Your curtains will give your windows total coverage when you hang them from our Wraparound Privacy Curtain Rod. Simple and decorative, it allows curtains to "wrap" around their ends to the wall, blocking side light and drafts, helping to save energy and offer more privacy.

• Privacy curtain rod
• 100% steel in three finishes
• Offers extra panel coverage for privacy, energy-savings and style
• Sleek, functional design
• Imported

Available Colors
Antique Brass
Brushed Nickel
Espresso
White

Size
28" – 48"
48" – 86"
66" – 120"
All widths are 3/4" in dia.

Shipping
Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery
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Reviews
4.0 (based on customer reviews)

By Gail
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Perfect for application.
Comments about Product:
Shipping was fast which gave us time to install before drapes arrived.
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