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Fitting Curtains Between Two Adjacent Walls
Recess brackets are ideal for fixing curtains directly inside a window recess, or onto adjacent walls if there is limited or no space above or beside the windows for conventional wall fix brackets. There are 2 styles of recess supports, a half cup shape which the rod simply lowers into once the supports are fitted. The second type has a collar which slides over the end of the pole and screws onto to a backplate attached to the wall which in turn holds the rod securely in place.
When fitting you will require 1 support at each end of the curtain pole, a centre bracket will also be required for all lengths of 240cm (94 1/2") and above or if the rod is supplied in 2 halves. The diameter of the pole the recess supports are intended for is listed in the name of each product as well as the filter navigation on the left hand side of the page. When fitting drapes, remember the thicker diameter rods will support heavier weight curtains.
Dozens of Curtain Pole Brackets and Connectors
If you're also purchasing a pole and components for these fixings we recommend not mixing products from other ranges as colours and diameters can sometimes slightly vary. If you are looking for a different style of bracket, please return to the curtain pole brackets and connectors department.