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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 rods These rods are perfectly suited to my need for a rod that would fit the side of a window that was close to a wall. Rods with finials sticking out would not fit. These fit perfectly. They are very nicely colored and of good quality. The (almost) same colored C rings finished the job nicely. You cannot see the slight difference in C ring color and rod color from a few feet away. I hung thermal curtains and they wrap right around the rods to the wall, keeping the cold air out. Very pleased with this purchase.
Date published: 2017-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reliable Curtain Rods I use a lot of custom hardware for my clients, but sometimes it is not necessary. This rod, with its French returns, works great with the woven shades I pair it with. I wish it was available in more finishes. I've used this in my own home as well as in clients' homes.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent product loved it I love this product to mount close to the ceiling and the drapes slide easily along it. This color worked perfectly in a nautically inspired room with some beautiful nautical blue drapes
Date published: 2017-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful curtain rods I looked all over for French return curtain rods for a simple, clean, elegant look. These rods are beautiful yet strong, made from heavy-weight steel. Great value for such high quality.
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product has unique features! Love these curtain rods!! They are very sturdy and allow you to cover the window all the way to the wall for complete privacy.
Date published: 2017-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great curved curtain rod Love the curved rod so the curtains can block out light coming in the sides.
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great curtain rod These curtain rods are easy to install & very sturdy. There are a great buy
Date published: 2017-02-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Heavy Curtain Rod I bought this adjustable curtain rod in the 86-120" length to hang the JCPenney Naples Grommet-Top Bamboo Panels on since they're heavy panels. This rod worked great for the purpose and looks nice ( I got the Sienna Bronze Finish). The only thing I changed was to put heavier screws in the support brackets then what came with the rods. Had I just been hanging regular curtains though, I probably wouldn't have bothered to do this.
Date published: 2016-03-26
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Is there a way to use this rod, and still easily install/remove a curtain without the use of clip rings?

Asked by: Shelly
Not really. Near the wall, there is a small screw that goes through the rod holder to hold the rod tight. You could unscrew it and remove the rod and then the curtain. The rod itself is very nice looking so I used the coordinating C rings.
Answered by: PatfromPoconos
Date published: 2017-02-15

Are you able to put a curtain on/ take the curtain off without detaching the rod from the wall?

Asked by: Shelly
No, you have to take the end of the rod off the wall mounted connection. It is way easier with these than any other rods.
Answered by: Georgeanna6258
Date published: 2017-02-25

How would the drapery slide past the support brackets?

Asked by: Julie
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.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-10-29

What rod could I use with this rod for a valance?

Asked by: Muffie
I would not use another rod to hang a valance. This rod calls for the coordinating C rings. It stands out nicely alone and I think another rod would "fight" for attention.
Answered by: PatfromPoconos
Date published: 2017-02-15

What does the center support look like? I think that we have the wrong one. The rod will not sit properly.

Asked by: Cindy
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.
Answered by: QuietOne
Date published: 2016-09-19
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