Rod Type: Curtain rods can be made into the following rod types:
Straight Window Curtain Rods
Straight rod of any length.
Custom Splicing upon request.
Corner Window Curtain Rods
Two-sided rod made to fit your corner window perfectly, with internal (hidden) corner connector.
Bay Window Curtain Rods
Three-sided [or five-sided] rod made to fit your bay window perfectly, with internal (hidden) corner connectors.
Bow Window Curtain Rods
*Please contact us at email@example.com to order.*
Curved rod, mounted horizontally on a curved wall. Available in 1" round rods only.
Once you've selected the rod type, you can specify the following details, including the finish:
Rod Material, Shape & Diameter
You’ll be able specify steel or stainless steel material; round, square or hammered shaped rods; and rod diameter, including ½”, ¾”, 1”, 1 ¼”, 1 ½’, and 2”. Note that all sizes are available in regular steel tubular rods, while there are some limitations for stainless steel tubular rods and regular steel square rods. Stainless steel is a great option for outdoor, wet, or salty air environments.
You'll be able to specify all dimensions of your walls to 1/8". When determining the length of your rod, be sure to account for “overhang”. Overhang is the amount the rod extends past the trim (not including finials) and it gives space to stack the drapes so that they don't block the window. It also gives a much nicer, more professional look. We generally recommend an overhang of 4” to 12" on each side (4” to 6” for smaller windows and 6” to 12” for larger windows), but you may need more or less depending on how much space you have to work with, how much fabric you have, and your aesthetic preferences.
You'll be able to specify the exact “clearance” for the rod. Clearance is the distance from the wall to the back of the rod. 3” is the most common clearance.
You'll be able to specify the ends of the rod as either straight (for use with finials or socket brackets) or having French curved or mitered returns.