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Brian Patrick Flynn
 

Brian Patrick Flynn

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January 31, 2013
swim7818 wrote:
Can you give me any info on this traverse rod? - I can't find a traverse rod online that has an 'oil rubbed bronze' finish, all the metal ones I've seen are either in brass or chrome. Do you remember the brand of this one or where it might be available for purchase? Thanks.
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Drapery rods. Pretty self explanatory, huh? In addition to choosing the right finish, you'll need to keep in mind how the rods will mount to your wall. Most come with brackets wide enough in depth to clear windows, doors and their surrounding trim. Wood rods may require cutting down in order to fit your space perfectly; metal rods often "telescope" in certain areas to increase the length for a perfect fit. I often recommend choosing rods that telescope near each end instead of in the middle; the drapes will most likely sit on top of the telescope and help mask it. Pottery Barn is an excellent source for these.

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Drapery rods. Pretty self explanatory, huh? In addition to choosing the right finish, you'll need to keep in mind how the rods will mount to your wall. Most come with brackets wide enough in depth to clear windows, doors and their surrounding trim. Wood rods may require cutting down in order to fit your space perfectly; metal rods often "telescope" in certain areas to increase the length for a perfect fit. I often recommend choosing rods that telescope near each end instead of in the middle; the drapes will most likely sit on top of the telescope and help mask it. Pottery Barn is an excellent source for these.
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Drapery rods. Pretty self explanatory, huh? In addition to choosing the right finish, you'll need to keep in mind how the rods will mount to your wall. Most come with brackets wide enough in depth to clear windows, doors and their surrounding trim. Wood rods may require cutting down in order to fit your space perfectly; metal rods often "telescope" in certain areas to increase the length for a perfect fit. I often recommend choosing rods that telescope near each end instead of in the middle; the drapes will most likely sit on top of the telescope and help mask it. Pottery Barn is an excellent source for these.
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Drapery rods. Pretty self explanatory, huh? In addition to choosing the right finish, you'll need to keep in mind how the rods will mount to your wall. Most come with brackets wide enough in depth to clear windows, doors and their surrounding trim. Wood rods may require cutting down in order to fit your space perfectly; metal rods often "telescope" in certain areas to increase the length for a perfect fit. I often recommend choosing rods that telescope near each end instead of in the middle; the drapes will most likely sit on top of the telescope and help mask it. Pottery Barn is an excellent source for these.
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Drapery rods. Pretty self explanatory, huh? In addition to choosing the right finish, you'll need to keep in mind how the rods will mount to your wall. Most come with brackets wide enough in depth to clear windows, doors and their surrounding trim. Wood rods may require cutting down in order to fit your space perfectly; metal rods often "telescope" in certain areas to increase the length for a perfect fit. I often recommend choosing rods that telescope near each end instead of in the middle. Pottery Barn is an excellent source for these.
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