I love it
Installation went very smoothly after an initial two weeks of terror trying to find the right drill bit to get through the porcelain tile in our bathroom. We probably spent $50 in gasoline driving from one hardware store to the next, buying bits, trying them out on sample tile, and then returning them. You need a very specific bit that is not easy to find--we never did get one. We threw in the towel and hired a contractor. And it took him most of an hour to drill the four holes needed. But when
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all was said and done (finally!!) it went right together and it looks fabulous. The escutcheons match the rest of the hardware in the bathroom, and it's perfect. Just pay attention to where you place the joint--you want it on the side where the curtain will stack up, not the side you open to get in the tub.
I purchased one, then got two more.
Installed the first one without issue, and while I purchased for more room in the tub for taking a shower, turns out it looks real good in a smaller bath also. I went on line and found a far better price at Home Depot over Lowes and Ace.
We have Martha Stewart towel bars/etc in the bath, and these matched design real well.
Only one issue on the last one. Turns out the position I wanted to put it at was right on the edge of a stud. I just moved out a half inch and attached to stud, but they don't
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provide screw for that, but I had 1 5/8 we decking screws that worked fine.
Stylish Curved Shower Rod
We decided to add these to our home, as they are standard in many luxury hotels. I would also suggest purchasing the Moen ORB double shower curtain rings, unfortunately I didn't see them available at Home Depot. Due to the curved nature of the rod, this rod has to be drilled into the wall/tile, there is a cover which conceals the mounting. I'm not entirely sure this maximized the space of our showers, since our tub is rectangular.
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