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Posted by Jay J -Moderator on October 24th, 2000 06:56 PM
In reply to Wow, good question, and situation by Steve: on October 24th, 2000 05:32 PM [Go to top of thread]

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> Corner Shower rods LINK by doug seibert on 08/02/2004
> Specialty Shower Rod Link: by doug seibert on 10/25/2004

Hi Tim,

I too think this is a challenge. I suspect the only way to do this is have a 'curved rod' attached only at the walls. Or, a curved rod attached to the ceiling in the center-point with the curtain strung on both sides of the 'pivot point'. (This implies that the curtain opens from the 2 ends only.)

I think if you hit the Bed & Bath Stores as already suggested, you'll see some options. Heck, go to a Spa and Tub Retailer and tell them you want to buy a corner-installed whirlpool tub & shower. Then, look to ask about the rod system that comes w/it.

And at worst, if the guy above wants to draw up some plans for ya, you can't get a better deal! My best to ya and hope this helps.

Jay J -Moderator

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