Cute curtains can make or break the décor in a room. But what if you’re not sure about the width of your window, or it’s an awkward size?

Whether you are looking to let light in to cast a soft ethereal glow throughout your home or create a complete block-out to claw back a few hours of sunless sky, a swift curtain change can magically transform almost any space.

Expanding curtain rods were created to inspire you to create your look, your way!

Expandable rod sets, which include expanding rods, finials (those cool curtain rod ends that come in an assortment of styles, sizes and finishes) and brackets, mean you never have to balance on the edge of a ladder again to measure the width of your windows.

Convenient and easy to set up with everything you need included, expanding rods are a simple DIY solution for any window.

Available in single and double sets, these rods take all the effort out of installation, as they can extend by up to 1.5 metres to a total length of 3 metres. Spiral, ball and square variants of finials in black, silver, champagne or brushed bronze allow you to match your curtain rods to existing room décor.

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And now that the hard part is over and before you fully get stuck into 2020 – how about spending your last few days of freedom admiring your impressive, newly-acquired DIY skills?

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