Born in Santa Fe, Argentina, Luciano Lorenzatti developed his interest in design at a young age alongside blacksmith Pedro Ubelarte. In 2004 Luciano moved to Canada, where he received his Bachelor of Design from the Ontario College of Art and Design.
|Product Type: Holdback/Tieback; Single rod||Material: Metal|
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Umbra Chroma Tension Curtain Rod
SJ from Pacific City, OR– Verified Buyer
Was looking for a strong rod for a wide opening. I also needed a tension rod. This works well for what I needed.
Good sized, heavy made
Terri from Hillsboro, IL– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
Heavy made and thick, so it doesn't get bent. Should last a long time.
Randy from Denver, CO– Verified Buyer
This modern version of the tension curtain rod works as described but looks better. I have no complaints.
karen from SILVER SPRING, MD– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
Love it! I used under sheers inside kitchen window with white designed curtains
Janet from Cape May Court House, NJ– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
Solid great for my outdoor oasis. Like that it extends further than most others I see.
Works and looks great!
Alexandria from Flagstaff, AZ– Verified Buyer– Top 100 Reviewer
This rod is very easy to put up and looks great!
A sturdy chic rod
sus from Ozark, AL– Verified Buyer
I had some trouble with adjusting the rod as it screwed in all the way really tight but looks great and holds my curtains up without sagging.
Did the trick
Rachel M. from Los Angeles– Verified Buyer
Quality was good. Used with curtains to cover a washer/dryer instead of installing doors. I like that I could do a brushed nickel finish. Worked out great.
Anonymous from Ohio– Verified Buyer
The U+ Studio Collection, which offers a range of sophisticated aesthetics from raw to sleek, can be found exclusively at contemporary design retail specialists.
Umbra began in 1979, when boyhood friends, Paul Rowan and Les Mandelbaum joined forces to create exciting, everyday products that alter the overall aesthetic of a home, beginning with a printed window shade unlike anything then in the market ("umbra" means shade in latin).
Twenty-five years later, Umbra's award-winning design team - 22 men and women from all over the world and notable outside product designers, all under Paul Rowan's direction - remains the heart and soul of the company. Its offices worldwide now house more than 450 people.