Colored Glass hardware is available from 12 - 96" wide. Inside mount hardware has a maximum width of 72". Any hardware ordered 60" or wider will have a center support bracket; rods wider than 72" will come with a center splice. Hardware spliced in the center will have a rod connector built in. This hardware has a 1” diameter. The rod width you specify on your order does not include the width of the finials on each end. Finials add 2 5/8" to 4 1/2" on each end, depending upon the style. Hardware is usually ordered 4" wider than the window opening on each side.
Colored Glass Hardware is available as a single rod, a double rod or an inside mount rod. Single rod sets include mounting brackets, hardware rod and finials. Double rod hardware includes a front and back rod, mounting brackets, finials for front rod and end cap finials for the back rods. Inside mount rods include hardware rod and brackets for mounting. The maximum width for inside mount hardware is 72" wide; single and double rods are available up to 96" wide. Rods wider than 60" will include a center support bracket; rods wider than 72" will be spliced in the center, and a rod connector is included.
Colored Glass hardware offers 2 finial choices and 1 finial for the double rod back rod. Finials will add to the overall width of your hardware. When ordering your hardware be sure to take into account the finial dimension listed below. The width of the finial will be added to each side of your hardware rod. Finials are offered in 9 color choices.
|Finial Style||1" Diameter Rod|
|Spire finial||4 1/2" w x 4 3/4" h|
|Oval finial||2 5/8" w x 2 1/2" h|
|End Cap finial (back rod only)||1/2" w x 1 1/4" h|
Colored Glass Hardware comes standard with magnetic brackets that hold your hardware rod in place. You may choose a standard bracket which has a 3” clearance with a 4 1/8” projection or an extension bracket that allows you to have 4 3/4" clearance with a 6" projection; inside mount brackets have a projection of 1 1/8". Projection refers to the distance the bracket will protrude away from the mounting surface; clearance is the amount of space you have to mount under the hardware. Clearance is important when using hardware to hang drapery over an under treatment such as a wood blind or fabric shade.