Curved Shower Rods Brushed nickel tension curved shower rods

Moen DN2171BN
Curved Shower Rods Collection

Available in 2 Color(s)

Features

  • brushed nickel finish brings the warm look of stainless to your bath
  • tension curved shower rods
  • shower rod adjusts up to 5' for a more flexible installation
  • corrosion resistant

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Add an elegant and luxurious look while also creating a more comfortable experience in the bath with Curved Shower Rods.

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Add an elegant and luxurious look while also creating a more comfortable experience in the bath with Curved Shower Rods. Gracious and uncomplicated style features give Moen Curved Shower Rods an ageless yet fashion-forward presence. Tailored yet relaxed, Moen Curved Shower Rods are an exercise in design balance. This lustrous collection works seamlessly with today's lifestyles.

Features

  • brushed nickel finish brings the warm look of stainless to your bath
  • tension curved shower rods
  • shower rod adjusts up to 5' for a more flexible installation
  • corrosion resistant
  • provides extra elbow room in the shower
  • features decorative covers that provide a stylish element while also helping to conceal the mounting hardware
  • shower rod pivoting flanges make installation easier and more secure on inconsistent or uneven walls
  • adjustable bar means no cutting required for installation
  • limited lifetime warranty
Assembled Dimensions n/a
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