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Nobel Drapery Rods

$24.99 - $39.99
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Why We Love It

It's all in the finishing details when it comes to taking your window treatments from ordinary to outstanding. Our Nobel Drapery Rods feature solid sheesham hardwood finials with a rich mahogany finish, and the coordinating rod and hardware complete the look with a brown powder coat finish.

Details & Dimensions

  • Made from sheesham hardwood with brown mahogany finish
  • Available in 28"- 48", 48"- 88"and 60"- 108" sizes, sold separately
  • 28"L- 48"L
  • 48"L- 88"L
  • 60"L- 108"L
  • Inner Extension Rod: .5" Dia.
  • Outer Rod: .62" Dia.

Read the Buzz

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Looks great, easy to install I just got this rod today (60-108") and it's already up & at work. We put the screws into studs (and so didn't use the drywall screws) -- it was easy to install and seems stable / of good quality, without being too heavy. We used it to span two smaller windows, and it looks great! September 8, 2014
Great Curtain Rods I love the color and finish of these curtain rods. They came with all the necessary hardware and were easy to install. November 9, 2013
totally fine This is basically what you see on the tin. The rod was bent a bit when it arrived, so we had to kick it a little to straighten it (it's still not totally straight, I guess) but then it was much easier to adjust to the correct length. August 18, 2014
Long enough! Just bought and installed one of these in my master bedroom. The window was 108" wide so I was concerned that the longest rod wouldn't be long enough - not true. The 108" dimension assumes 12" of overlap between the inner and outer rods...you can still stretch it a bit more and be fine. And the longest rod comes with three hardware supports (one in the middle). Looks good with the burlap curtains! April 24, 2014
Nice Look The rod is substantial looking and the finish is nice...good for the price...if you have a large window to span...invest in a more expensive rod...this is good for average size window. September 20, 2013
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