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The best shower curtain tension rods to secure your curtains

While shower curtain rods are never the focal point of any room, they’re a great way to tie your space together or add a touch of contrast in an otherwise monochromatic area. No matter what decorating style you prefer, there’s a stylish shower curtain rod perfect for your bathroom.

Different showers require different curtain rod fixtures. If you have a curved shower, then curved tension shower curtain rods are a good option, as they’ll prevent water from escaping the stall as you shower.

Another good way to keep your floors dry is through installing a double shower curtain tension rod. You can hang a shower liner and a shower curtain, providing two barriers against potential leaks. Let’s check out some of our favorite shower curtain rods to find the right one for you.

BRIOFOX Shower Curtain Rod

Best Non-rust

The last thing you want is a rusty shower curtain rod. With this stylish, matte bronze tension curtain rod, you won't have to worry about it. Made from thick stainless steel, it's corrosion-free for five years.

This shower curtain rod from BRIOFOX adjusts to fit showers between 43 to 73 inches, and it has a weight capacity of 30 pounds, so you aren't limited to lightweight, flimsy shower curtains. The sleek, modern styling adds a contemporary touch to any bathroom, and it's easy to install because there's no drilling required.

AmazonBasics Tension Curtain Rod

Easiest to Install

This nickel tension shower curtain rod from AmazonBasics is a great option if you love cool tones. It adds a subtle shine to your shower without being overly glittery. It adjusts to fit any shower between 54 and 90 inches, so it can accommodate most shower sizes. Most importantly, it's easy to install. You simply twist the shower curtain rod and slide it into place to create the tension you need to keep it where it belongs.

Zenna Home Double Curved Shower Rod

Best Double Rod

If you want to create a wraparound effect to prevent water from leaking from your shower, this curved double shower curtain rod from Zenna Home is a great option. Because it's a double rod, you can use a shower curtain liner and a shower curtain for added protection for your floor.

This rustproof aluminum shower curtain rod fits showers 45 to 72 inches, and the curve gives you extra elbow room. You will need to attach this one to your wall, but all the hardware you need is included.

Swapping out your shower curtain rod is an affordable and functional way to change up the look of your bathroom. If you don’t want to have to cut holes in your walls to install a shower curtain rod, consider one of the great options we’ve reviewed. You’ll be impressed by how much difference a new shower curtain rod can make in your bathroom.

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