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JCPenney Home™ 1" Curved Adjustable Curtain Rod

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This well-designed curved curtain rod allows window treatments to wrap around the sides and rest against the wall, helping to block out light and provide additional privacy.

 
  • L-shaped style curves out from the window
  • when open, draperies can stack against the wall and out of the way
  • 1" diameter rod
  • 5" clearance behind the rod

Clip rings sold separately. Metal. Imported.

  • 28-48" rod includes 2 brackets
  • 48-86" rod includes 2 brackets and 1 center support
  • 88-120" rod includes 2 brackets and 2 center supports

 

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Curtain Rod I have this curtain rod in my bedrooms. It's perfect for grommet top curtain panels. I really like the look it gives my windows, a more finished appearance without the fuss of finials. This is a sturdy rod, easy to install, and remove when you need to take down the curtain. I have the bronze color and it blends very well with the grommet color of my curtain panels. I would definitely recommend this rod.
Date published: 2016-11-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wish I'd found sooner I have these rods on all my door curtains and wish I had found them before I bought the fancier but 'oh so much more of a pain in the butt to use' regular rods for my windows.. The new condo... it's being tricked out in these baies and so will every other house I ever decorate
Date published: 2016-12-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Curtain Rods I love these rods. Bought some for my bedroom a few years ago and I was pleased to see Penney's still had them. I needed one for my craft room. These are so nice and heavy duty. The price is so reasonable for the quality. I hope they continue to carry them.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good rod, but... My only complaint is that in the middle of the rods where they meet to lengthen there is a plastic insert that looks cheap...
Date published: 2016-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to install This rod was easy to install and looks great in my kitchen.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product The curved curtain rod is terrific. Our son wanted absolutely a dark room to promote sleep. The curtain goes on with ease and covers sides to prevent light from coming in. It is made of quality metal and very strong, not flimsy. Would highly recommend rod. Thanks!
Date published: 2016-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful curtain rods! I have used these rods in my last three houses and they function so well. I use them with rings and curtains open and close so easily. Strong enough to hold heavy material and the curved ends block out the light and help block heat and cold.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sturdy I love this rod and loved the sturdiness of it and how easy it was to put up. I curtains look really nice I love how they wrap around now.
Date published: 2016-08-15
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Grommeted curtains or drapes do not slide past the rod support brackets. The center support is used to support the weight of a heavy drape. Penney's largest size for this rod comes with two supports, which will allow you to enjoy the look of three openings on a large window. If you have a small width window, or a "single hung window" you will probably not need, nor want, the additional support. If you have a "double hung window" or a patio door opening, AND you are hanging a light weight drape (sheer), you may not need the center support bracket. However, most drapes will require the additional support for the rod. Even if you do not think that it is necessary when the drape is initially hung, over time and repeated pulling on the drape and rod, you will eventually notice some sagging near the center of the rod. There are TWO WAYS TO GET THAT SUPPORT! ONE WAY is to use the center support bracket and always have a double-draw for your drape. THE SECOND WAY is to buy the rod which will give you the greatest overlap of the rods. THE LONGER THE LENGTH OF THE OVERLAP OF THE RODS, THE MORE STURDY/SUPPORTED YOUR ROD WILL BE. To choose the most overlap when purchasing a rod, look at the FIRST number listed for a rod. "86-120" rod means that you will get the MOST support if your space is 86" wide. The further out you extend that rod, maybe 120", the more likely your rod will sag over time and use. IF YOU PREFER A ONE-WAY DRAW (without a center support), choose the longest rod, overlap the rod to your measured size, and in the center, cut off any remaining rod with a plumber's rod cutter or a hack saw. It will only take a few minutes but it's strength will most probably outlast the lifetime of the drape.
2 months, 2 weeks ago
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The rod slides onto the bracket and has to be tightened with a screw. The bracket itself is flush against the wall.
2 months, 3 weeks ago
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The drapes do not slide past the middle support bracket so you would not be able to pull all the drapes to one side. They would meet in the middle (at the support bracket) and be drawn away from each other to either end of the window.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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That's a very good question. We didn't use the support brackets.
The curtain rod is very sturdy and our drapery is light weight, so it functions well without the brackets.
7 months ago
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I was looking for a rod that would be sturdy enough to be hung without a center support so that I could stack grommet style curtains to either the left side, the right side, or split 2 curtains on both sides of our 6' patio door. This rod is perfect. We hung it without the center support and we can stack our curtains on either or both sides of the door, just as we wanted. Another good thing about this rod is that it has a quality look without drawing attention to itself (like the ones with big finials that stick out at each end). Our curtain is relatively light weight because it is unlined. The grommet curtains slide easily along the rod. We highly recommend this rod.

The Arista grommet style curtain is very nice. Love the soft feel and the subtle texture of the fabric. However, the quality of the workmanship leaves a little to be desired. The fabric appears to have been stretched slightly so the horizontal grain of the curtain "slumps" on one side. Also, when the fabric was turned up for the hem, it was not kept perfectly straight and so the fabric appears to be stretched. I tried more than one panel and the results were all the same. I just got tired of looking for curtains so I kept these 2 panels. If the price had been higher I would have returned them, but I got a good sale price for them, so it wasn't worth the effort to keep shopping. I'd give these curtains a "5" for fabric but only a "2" for quality of workmanship.
 
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If you are talking about the support bracket in the middle of the curtain rod -- you have to put the curtains on the rod from each side. For example, on each side of the rod, I put one curtain panel. If this does not answer your question please let me know. I really like this curtain rod. It’s simple and I didn’t have room for fancy fineals on each end. Also the curtains can be opened fully so they don’t cover a portion of the windows on the side.
7 months ago
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I just installed one in the center. works fine for us . side brackets are screwed to studs in the wall
7 months ago
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I ended up returning this rod because I found it too big in diameter. Wasn't very attractive. Mine did not have/need support brackets so not sure what you mean here. Good Luck!
7 months ago
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You would have to remove the set-screw and slide the rod off the wall bracket. It's pretty easy.
1 month, 4 weeks ago
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I use heavy, blackout, grommet curtains with this rod and it works beautifully.
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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These rods are made-to-order for grommet curtains and could be used for curtains that feed directly onto the rod if their pocket is wide enough. Rod length is very easy to adjust.
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I used grommet panels, however, you could use rod-pocket curtains, back tab, or maybe some other kind. You need to loosen the set screw to slide the rod back in order to add or remove curtains. It is not difficult, it is best to have a step stool and a second person to make it easier. If just one person, it can be done if you position yourself where you can hold the rod where necessary to make the addition or removal of the panels. Most important is note the measurement of the stack back portion of the rod and note the rod diameter when making curtain rod and curtain choices.
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I ordered curtains with grommets, and they are perfect.
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there is a screw that attaches to the wall mount it easy to undo i have grommet top and they come down easily
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Not really. You need the rings or ring clips.
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The center support is a flattened hook with a short cross bar. The rod sits loosely on the support. I think this is to allow rings to slide past the support.
1 month, 4 weeks ago
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It is a thin, metal rod with two hooks on one end and a spiral screw at the other end. The two hooks are for two types of installation. After you have secured the two end brackets on both sides of the window or patio door, you will need to determine where to place the center support. In one of my installations which was near the ceiling, the center support was secured into drywall because there was only drywall at the ceiling. For an all-drywall mount, the center was secured into the drywall and the outermost loop was used. On another window with wide window molding, the outer mounting brackets were secured into the drywall near the molding, but the center support was screwed into the wood molding, and the loop nearest the screwing end was used. You must determine the level midpoint rather than guessing where it will be, or where you prefer to place it. (I use a laser level.) This is the best rod that I have found for hanging grommeted draperies. They allow the fabric to stack up on the sides of the opening for optimal light, AND fully cover the front and sides of the opening to block out light and guarantee privacy when needed.
2 months, 3 weeks ago
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the center support is straight and then about 1 and 1/2 from end it dips down and comes back to same height as before dip.The rod would rest in the dip. Our curtain was 60x54 two panels. My son elected not to use the support. Maybe would be needed for longer curtains.
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2 months, 3 weeks ago
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The support piece is attached at the same level as the rod, has the same flat attachment plate as the rod, but is about 1/4 in in diameter with a bottom curve to support the main rod. Projects the same distance as the rod, and same color.
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The center support is just a small arm, 4 to 6 inches long, with a weird looking hook on the end. They come loose in the packaging and are attached to the wall with two screws. I cant remember if there are any in the shortest rod package but there is one in the medium size and two in the large packaging that I recieved.
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I am using on a very small window and not using the support. I will say because the rod is bigger on one end it causes the drape on that side to look slightly shorter as though the rod is up higher on one end. I have the pinch pleted with the loops on the back
2 months, 3 weeks ago
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we decided not to use the center support, works well for us
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This rod is so attractive and the grommets complement it so well that it would look great without a valance. May I suggest that you mount this rod and hang the drapes and THEN decide whether or not you need to hang a valance? However, if you want a valance, you will need to find one that extends at least 8 INCHES away from the wall! This rod extends 5 inches from the wall, the typical grommet drapery will extend another 2 1/2 inches which is a total of 7 1/2 inches, and the valance will need to extend beyond that. You may have to select a custom rod for this treatment.
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This rod projects 6 1/2 inches from the wall, so I don’t think you could add another rod with a valance. Instead, I would buy a normal curtain rod that only projects 2-3” from the wall and then use this bracket for the valance.
7 months ago
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Yes, I am using this rod for a valance. I hung a grommet top valance.
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This rod does not lend itself to using a valance over the curtain/drapery. You would need to have a curtain with a valance attached to the curtain. The rod sticks out 6.5-7.5 inches from the wall, so would be difficult to ever find a valance rod to fit over this rod.
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This rod is not adjustable and extends out several inches. I would personally would not use this rod if I were planning on using a valance. If you attach the rod ceiling height there isn't a need for a valance anyways because it wraps itself around the window and will be air tight.
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This rod is primarily used for room darkening drapes. It allows you to bring the drapes all the ways up to the wall so no light gets in. I hope this helps!
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For grommet curtains you would have to detach the rod from the bracket that is mounted to the wall. However, it is easy to do. Just remove 1 small screw and the rod is detached from the wall bracket. Thread your curtain onto the rod, place the end of the rod over the wall bracket, and replace the screw. Easy.
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No, you have to remove the curtain rod from the bracket to add or remove the curtains. The brackets stay in place. There is a tiny screw you tighten after you put the curtains on the rod, to secure the rod to the bracket. To remove the curtains you just untighten the screw to remove the rod from the bracket. I actually haven’t tightened this screw and the rod stays secure in the brackets.
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The brackets that go on the wall are shaped like like a "l" (or upside down T) and stay on the wall. The rods slip over top of them when you're ready to put them on. then there's a little set screw you can tighten to hold the rod to the bracket so it doesn't slip.
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no, the male ended brkts are attached to the wall, then the rod is attached to the brkts with a set screw to keep in from coming off the brkts. We are very happy with these rods and have used them on all of our curtained windows in our new home. Very sturdy rods, used on slider doors with transoms above them. The drapes are 120 in long and they are opened and closed on a daily basis. We have made 2 major purchase of these rods as we were impressed with them on our initial purchase. We have purchased 16 rods total....used on slider windows and smaller.
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not that I can tell. I have grommet blinds and we had to put them on the rod then attach to bracket we had
screwed into the wall.
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Yes, you install the curtain with clip rings.
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