Single Curtain Rod Sets

Ball Curtain Rod

Comes in Matte Black (shown), Anti Silver, Anti Brass, Polished Nickel

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Ball Curtain Rod

Comes in Brass

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Glass Square Curtain Rod

Comes in Polished Nickel (shown), Antique Silver, Matte Black, and Brass

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Cylinder Curtain Rod

Comes in Matte Black (shown), Antique Silver, Polished Nickel, and Brass

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Cage Curtain Rod

Comes in Brass (shown), Matte Black, Antique Silver, and Polished Nickel

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Twisted Cage Curtain Rod

Comes in Antique Brass

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End Cap Curtain Rod

Comes in Matte Black (shown), Anti Silver, Anti Brass, Polished Nickel, and Brass

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Clear Acrylic Curtain Rod

Comes in Polished Nickel (shown) and Matte Black

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Metal Square Curtain Rod

Comes in Brass (shown), Polished Nickel, Matte Black, and Antique Silver

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Cut Acrylic Curtain Rod

Comes in Antique Silver (shown), Polished Nickel, Antique Brass, Brass, and Matte Black

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Grey Stone Curtain Rod

Comes in Polished Nickel

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Grey Marble Curtain Rod

Comes in Matte Black (shown) and Polished Nickel

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Tan Travertine Curtain Rod

Comes in Polished Nickel

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Brown Marble Curtain Rod

Comes in Polished Nickel

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Grey Stone Cap Curtain Rod

Comes in Matte Black (shown) and Polished Nickel

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Drapery Hardware Collection

Instantly elevate the look of your home with our Drapery Hardware collection. From decorative brackets, to customizable length rods, matching curtain rings, and so many finials, Linen Avenue has the curtain rod set to best match your home’s unique style.

Package Includes:

Brackets and Hardware

All hardware needed to hang your new curtain rod is included in the package.

Single Rods have a 4 3/4″ to 6 3/4″ adjustable projection from the wall.

Choice Finials

We offer five different finishes: brass, polished nickel, antique silver, matte black, and antique brass (not shown above).

Adjustable Rod

The telescoping rod measures at 1 1/8″ in diameter with 3 different sizes to choose from.

How to Measure

First, use a steel measuring tape to measure the width of your window frame. Second, plan how far you would like your curtain rod to extend past the edge of your window frame. This is according to your preference, but we suggest you plan on your rod extending at least 3” and up to 10” on each side of your window. Finally, add these extra inches to the width you measured and order from the range which your measurement fits.