Easy, affordable and stylish, the versatile telescoping Adjustable Moderno Curtain Rod Collection includes an adjustable steel rod, brackets and finials in a variety of styles and high-luster finishes for an updated look in any room.
Sturdy steel rods are electroplated in the finish of your choice for a sleek, modern look. Two wall mounting brackets included (three with larger set). Set of two metal holdbacks with matching electroplated finish. Set of two finials in assorted designs. Set of 7 curtain clip rings also available. Some assembly.
• Moderno Telescopic Rod Sets • 100% steel with electroplated finish • Durable and sturdy • Set includes 3/4" rod, brackets and finials • Brackets adjust from 3-1/2" to 5" • 28-48"W rod set includes two mounting brackets, larger sizes include three • Optional curtain rings and holdbacks complete the overall look
Size 3/4" dia. adjustable rods in 3 lengths: 28"-48", 48"-86", and 66"-120" Clip rings 1-1/2" dia. Holdbacks 4-1/2"
Shipping Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery. Cannot ship to a PO Box. Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.
Moderno Rod Set, 66-120"W
Moderno Rod Set, 48-86"W
Moderno Rod Set, 28-48"W
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