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Twilight Single Curtain Rod and Hardware Set by Umbra

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Average Overall Rating (based on 50 reviews)

  5.0 Stars
Modern aspect, clever design from Burbank, CA on 04/14/2015 – Verified Buyer
Installation step one is to attach a thumb-size bracket to the wall with two screws. Then slip the short rear attachment onto the bracket until it sets firmly. In case the rod later needs to be removed, that rear attachment can be lifted up from the bracket. If the rod is long enough to justify a center support, the support attaches to the same type of thumb-size bracket. The business end of the rear attachment is threaded so that one of the telescoping rods screws into it securely. The other side is installed the same way, and the rod on that side has a slightly different diameter so that the two rods slide into one another. The written instructions are clear in case any of this is not obvious. The entire piece is made of sturdy metal tubing, feels strong and seems capable of supporting heavy drapery without bending. The dark bronze finish is perfectly smooth. A well made, well designed piece of hardware for a reasonable price.
  5.0 Stars
nice similar to floating shelf design from KILL DEVIL HILLS, NC on 05/16/2014 – Verified Buyer
This rod has three flat pieces you attach to the wall then slip the rod onto them creating a floating rod look. No bulky hardware or screws to look at. Great design! Holds my sliding glass door large curtain nicely.
  4.0 Stars
Good and sturdy from ALEXANDRIA, VA on 11/19/2014 – Verified Buyer
Easy to install and sturdier than I thought they might be. The curl at the ends actually does the trick in stopping light coming in at the sides. Only wish they were made to be a bit closer to the wall to stop even more light from coming in through the top/bottom. easy to install. Sturdy. (optional) Example: Not enough color options
  5.0 Stars
Great design from Englewood, FL on 05/19/2015 – Verified Buyer
Put these outside my slider for outdaor curtains. They are great. Don't take up a lot of space, wrap around the sides and keep the drape stays away from the wall to help keep it clean. Love the wrap around. Wish I had seen these when buying bedroom drapes. Keep the light out of the sides Cons: curtains tend to hang up at the connection point where the rods join
  5.0 Stars
I love these curtain rods! from Green Valley, AZ on 04/07/2015 – Verified Buyer
I replaced the curtain rods in our family room and bedroom with these rods. They are so versatile. The brushed silver is clean and modern and the rubbed brass goes with both modern and traditional decor. They are also very easy to install. I may replace all my other rods with these, too. Price is right.

Questions & Answers

"Hi, what is the wall clearance of this curtain rod?" — Ifuseek
"Hi Ifuseek, this curtain rod sits off the wall by 3"."
— Danielle from Wayfair
"Hi, does this curtain rod come with the support brackets?" — Denise
"Hi Denise, yes, this curtain rod comes with the support brackets."
— Jordan from Wayfair
"Hi, will this curtain rod work with the panel that have grommets at the top?" — Tena
"Hi Tena, yes, the curtain rod can be used on drapes with the grommets at the top."
— Michelle from Wayfair
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