Shower Curtain Rods
there just isn't enough space or room to hang your shower curtain rod parallel to the bathroom
walls. Or, depending on the way your bathtub or shower is angled, a standard shower curtain may
not fit the bill in terms of how it protects the area.
corner shower curtain rod will allow you to angle a shower curtain at a ninety degree angle at
the edge of the tub so that the corners of your existing shower or your angled shower or tub can
be protected and the floor can stay dry.
Some bathtubs do not occupy an entire wall's worth of space and
at the head or foot of the tub is either a sink or a toilet. It would of course be impossible to hang a shower
curtain the entire length of the wall and tub that blocks the sink or toilet in the remaining
Corner shower curtain
rods accommodate bathtubs that are in this precarious situation by bolting themselves to the wall parallel to
the bathtub and perpendicular to the end of the tub. This allows for an angular corner pole to be installed that
will let you keep that space at the end of your tub for your toilet or sink and still protect your privacy while
taking a shower. But most importantly, a shower curtain helps keep the water where it belongs; in the
Corner Shower Rod –
A corner shower rod kit
should have everything you need to install the curtain rod to fit with your bathtub and shower. You may need to have a few
tools handy such as a few screwdrivers and caulk, if necessary. If you're drilling into tile things may be a big
more tricky but most users have some drywall they can drill into to hang the pole from.
Depending on the size of the rod you order, you may need to purchase an extra long shower
curtain to accommodate for the pole length. A standard shower curtain may come up short and you'll either have a
gap at the front of the tub or at the back, making it easy for water to spill out. Shower curtains that are a
bit longer are not much more expensive.
before you attempt to buy a corner shower curtain rod kit online. Having your measurements handy will help you
shop for exactly what you're looking for without having to worry about whether or not it will fit. The
dimensions should be listed on the website you're purchasing from and if not, feel free to contact the
Also remember to read
the contents section of the product. Many times what is featured in the display picture of the item may not be
exactly what you're getting. You may need to purchase extra parts and accessories to complete the job. Expect to
pay anywhere between $20 and $30 for a corner shower rod.