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Martha Stewart Living 1-3/8 in. Wood Corner Connector in Antique Mahogany

Martha Stewart Living

1-3/8 in. Wood Corner Connector in Antique Mahogany

$5.97 /each
Finish: ANT. MAHOGANY
  • ANT. MAHOGANY
  • HERITAGE OAK
  • WHITE

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Martha Stewart Living 1-3/8 in. Corner Connector decorates your window with the inherent beauty of natural wood. The natural beauty of finials adds style to any decor. Corner Connector is the ideal solution for special shaped windows.

  • Use with 1-3/8 in. wood pole
  • Use on corner or bay windows
  • Include 1-corner connector and mounting hardware
  • An affordable and attractive drapery hardware solution

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how do you install this in the corner

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Mount the brackets on the wall where you do not want to move the curtain rings. If your curtains are heavy, you might want to install a wall bracket on each wall to support the Corner Connector. The Corner Connector is attached to curtain rods with a small screw that passes thru the side and into the wooden curtain rod. Take into consideration the length of the Corner Connector when measuring and cutting Read More
Mount the brackets on the wall where you do not want to move the curtain rings. If your curtains are heavy, you might want to install a wall bracket on each wall to support the Corner Connector. The Corner Connector is attached to curtain rods with a small screw that passes thru the side and into the wooden curtain rod. Take into consideration the length of the Corner Connector when measuring and cutting the wooden curtain rod. Look inside the Corner Connector and you will notice that the wooden rod is set within about an inch. good luck Read Less
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for Bay Windows We have a large bay window. It has two windows and one French door that opens to the outside. We wanted the curtains to run across the entire length instead of having three separate curtain rods. The Corner Connector matches the wood curtain rod, and connects to the rod with a screw to hold it in place. Professional look without the professional interior decorator price. Note: Measure, measure, measure before you cut the wood curtain rods because you have to take the length of the Corner Connector into consideration for the overall bay window length. February 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very large, doesn't work for small spaces We have a bay window with 3" of plaster on reach side. We're couldn't fit this and the mounting brackets on either side. So, if we were mountig the brackets so they sat on top of the window, no big deal, but we wanted to put them to the side so we'd have enough space to pull the curtains away from the trim. Second annoyance, the color was off from the other pieces of the system. Now, I know why it cheap compared to other bars. In the end, if you have lots of wall space or plan to mount above your window, go ahead, if you plan to side mount and have less than 3" per side, skip because you'll save a headache. One other thing, you can't tighten the screw holding the ball part together, so that seemed very flimsy January 16, 2016
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