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jcpenney.com | JCPenney Home™ 1" Curved Adjustable Curtain Rod Collection

JCPenney Home™ 1" Curved Adjustable Curtain Rod Collection

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$19 - $62.5019.0-62.5 sale 50% off $38 - $12538.0-125.0 original $19 $62.50

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

 
  • sleek, streamlined look
  • easy to install

Curtain rod and clip rings sold separately. Metal. Imported.
 

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JCPenney Home™ 1" Curved Adjustable Curtain Rod

$37.50 - $62.5037.5-62.5 sale 50% off $75 - $12575.0-125.0 original

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JCPenney Home™ Set of 14 Clip Rings

$19 19.00 sale 50% off $38 38.00 original

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from I highly recommend this product Although, the product is a little bit expensive, it worked perfectly for me. The rings are open and because the ends of my custom rods are bigger than the standard size, this was the only ring that fit the purpose. I believe, JC Penney is the only store that carries it.
Date published: 2017-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simple and Substantial If you like a high end finish, straightforward installation, and durability, this curtain rod is for you. The fittings are substantial, with a feeling of heft but not heaviness. The finishes (we have both the bronze and silver finishes) are well applied and seem durable to date. A center support is provided, but we omitted it for the 120" run over a large sliding glass door so we could move the curtain freely, and the rod doesn't sag even over that distance (granted, we are using a sheer; a heavy, insulated curtain might be a touch much). They seem contemporary, but won't show their age and beg to be replaced in a few years. We definitely recommend this product.
Date published: 2017-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Promotions change too rapidly Although I love the curtain rods I am highly disappointed in the way JC Penney does their promotions. The curtain rods were originally $75 each and after a promotion I paid $183.09 for the three rods. The next day after they shipped a different promotion was announced which would have saved me about $15 overall. Now today another promotion is announced which would have saved me over $50. To say the least I am highly upset on an item that I was told in the store that would not be less than I paid when I placed the order. Will re-think about ordering from JCPenney again.
Date published: 2017-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for pulling the curtains over to the wall I really like this rod. I ordered the larger rod to hold 2 100" curtain panels. The rod is strong so I don't need to place the center support which allows me to pull the curtains either all the way to the left or right. It looks great
Date published: 2017-04-05
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 Great Curtain Rod I ended up ordering another of these curtain rods because they are extremely nice. I have sheers on them in both spare bedrooms and love them.
Date published: 2017-05-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great quality for the price. These rods are great. Easy to hang and great quality for the price.
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Strong, sturdy and attractive These rods are great for holding long and/or heavy curtains.
Date published: 2017-06-13
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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
Pop it off the mounts and slide the curtain off. I loathe the clip rings myself, so you won't catch me meticulously removing a curtain from them; I'd sooner slide the who curtain and rings off and place another one - perhaps with grommets - in its place.
Answered by: WeekendHomeWarrior
Date published: 2017-04-10

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

Asked by: Shelly
Not by design. If you use clip rings you could remove a curtain from the rings and clip a new curtain on the same rings, though that would take more time than just removing it from the mounts and sliding the curtain and clips off at once.
Answered by: WeekendHomeWarrior
Date published: 2017-04-10

How would the drapery slide past the support brackets?

Asked by: Julie
It doesn't, unless you can find a hook rather than an o-ring to mount the drapes.
Answered by: WeekendHomeWarrior
Date published: 2017-04-11

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

Asked by: Cindy
It has the same mount as the end pieces, but with a heavy wire-like support for the rod with a small piece welded nearly to the end. It might look strange compared to the end pieces, but it seems to work where we have used it, and it does not appear too obvious.
Answered by: WeekendHomeWarrior
Date published: 2017-06-12

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: 2017-04-22
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