About this item
- Metal curtain rod with an antiqued finish beautifully complements your window treatments
- With metal ball accents for a look that's both refined and distinctive
- Made with sturdy steel for long-lasting use
- Mounting hardware included
- Extendable rod lets you get a custom fit
Threshold™: Looks like home, feels like you.
Q: How does the finial attach to the rod? For example, does the finial screw into a hole in the rod or does the finial fit around the rod like a cap?
A: Hi Leslie, you are right, the finials screws into the end of the rod. They do not fit around the rods like a cap.submitted byProduct Expert - 2 years agoBrand expert
A: It screws in on the endsubmitted byMegan - 2 years ago
A: Hi Leslie – Thanks for viewing our curtain rods! This rod will easily change the look to any space. The final is attached to the rod. Thanks for dropping by. - Anitasubmitted byAnita - 2 years agoTarget staff support
Q: I want to install at patio door without center bracket. Is rod strong enough to hold drapes & not bend without center bracket?
A: Hi Bonnie - Thanks for shopping our curtain rod collections! This rod holds up to 30 pounds, however that is with the center bracket. We hope this will work for you. - Katrinasubmitted byKatrina - 4 years agoTarget staff support
A: I have another question. Can I buy a single bracket for my curtain rod? I do not need to buy the whole new rod. I am having trouble trying to find parts to order. I bought the threshold brand Ball threshold brand. Thank you for your help Bonnie.submitted byBonnie - 3 years ago
A: It's iffy. The drapes I bought are rather heavy and lined, and they are spanning about 100". There's a slight, fairly imperceptible bow in the middle, which you may or may not notice depending on how everything is hanging, where the window frame is for visual reference, etc. At this width the rod is almost completely closed in the middle, showing only about an inch of its inside rod. With lighter drapes, it could work, depending on your width. There are also "C" rings available which will slide past a center support. I probably should have those instead of my clip rings!submitted byla - 4 years ago
Q: How many brackets come with the 66"-120"? Three or four?
A: Hello Jenny - Great question! The items comes with 3 brackets. Thank you. - Kaysubmitted byKay - 2 years agoTarget staff support
A: Hi Jenny, This curtain rod set comes with 3 installation brackets.submitted byProduct Expert - 2 years agoBrand expert
Q: Does this product have an extender that can take the entire length to 135 inches? I love this rod but 120 inches is not long enough.
A: Dear ASL. Unfortunately, 120 inches are the maximum length. We don't have an extender available.submitted byProduct Expert - 3 months agoBrand expert
Q: what is the diameter of the rod
A: Hello Jane - The Rod Diameter is: .88 Inches. We hope you love it!submitted bySherry - 4 months agoTarget staff support
Q: I need to know not the diameter of the finial but how far it extends from the end of the rod? Thanks
A: Dear Monica. The answer is 3.22 inches for each finial.submitted byProduct Expert - 4 months agoBrand expert
Q: what is the diameter of the rod?
A: Maximum Rod Diameter: .88 Inchessubmitted byProduct Expert - 5 months agoBrand expert
Q: What is the diameter of the screw on the finial? I would like to purchase different finials and need to make sure those I purchase will fit... Thank you!
A: Hi javainsomniac: all finials that we produce for the Target Threshold program come with the standard 1/4” screw size ending. So just be sure the rod you wish to use the finial for also is fit to receive a 1/4” screw ending.submitted byProduct Expert - 10 months agoBrand expert
Q: Is there a way to extend the length beyond 120 inches? I.e. is there simply an extender part sold? I have a bay window that is greater than 120in.
A: Hi Amanda, sorry but 120” is the max. length size we have and we do not offer any extension rods for these rod sets.submitted byProduct Expert - 1 year agoBrand expert
Q: I noticed the plastic white pieces aorund the rods. Can the plastic be removed since I don't want it showing when installed on wall?
A: Hi Jan, we don't recommend removing that insert piece as it acts as a sort of connector piece for a smoother connection of the two rods. You can try to use without it but the two rods might scratch each other and not fit as tight and stable without it.submitted byProduct Expert - 1 year agoBrand expert