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Antique Velvet 63-inch Blackout Grommet Top Panel Pair
With their rich color and luxurious detailing, this beautiful grommet top panel adds a sense of style to any room. Crafted from woven-look fabric, each panel is designed to block the light, so you can enjoy complete darkness and privacy at night.
ITEM#: 14756226A casual solid color defines this pair of draperies, making them perfect for family rooms, bedrooms, dens and offices. The fabric is woven to help filter outside light, and contains a natural slub, giving the cloth a hand spun look.
- Set includes: Two (2) panels
- Pattern: Solid
- Color options: Taupe, chocolate, sage
- Curtain style: Window panel
- Construction: Grommet
- Lining: Not lined
- Dimensions: 63 inches long x 54 inches wide
- Tiebacks included: No
- Energy saving: Yes
- Materials: 50-percent polyester/50-percent viscose
- Care instructions: Machine washable
For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window.
The digital images we display have the most accurate color possible. However, due to differences in computer monitors, we cannot be responsible for variations in color between the actual product and your screen.
|Color||Brown Green Taupe|
|Material||Polyester Polyester Blend|
|Fabric Care||Machine Wash|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Grommet|
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I read the reviews for these curtains before ordering (Taupe), and decided to take a chance on them despite the negative feedback. The reviews are right: these are not blackout curtains, and there are some quality problems with the fabric. I accidentally overbought (3 pairs, 6 curtains total), and am glad I did because the fabric was from different dye lots. I was able to match the pairs and return the ones that didn't match. Also, these are NOT blackout curtains! The weave is loose enough to let some light through, except for a very obvious seam down the center of one of the panels where fabric was joined. However, all of these issues can only be seen when the curtains are closed and there is light coming from the other side. During the day when the curtains are open, they look fantastic! I love the pile of the fabric and the color is a nice earthy taupe. If you're aware of the problems, these curtains are worth the money.Read More
Even though these are marketed and described as blackout curtains, they are certainly not blackout drapes! I purchased the sage/green ones, and they are see-through. The material is very thin, there is no backing, and there are "holes" in the material so that you can clearly see through them. The blackout descriptor is totally false. You will regret purchasing these. Unfortunately, there are few grommet drapes of this 63-inch size that I needed. Don't purchase these!Read More
Not fully blackout, can see some light between stitching, but does nearly completely darken room. Gets the job done.Read More
These curtains are satisfactory. They have a LOT of hanging threads but, it did prove my point once-again... you get what you pay for most of the time.Read More
Arrived in specified time which was amazing considering it was the holidays. Love the color and texture of the panels. However, 1 panel had a small flaw in it, resulting in a tiny hole. Not a big deal as it is hidden by the folds in the fabric. This is the only reason I am rating 4 stars and not 5.Read More
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Each panel is 54 inches wide.
what is the grommet diameter?
The grommet is 1.5 inches in diameter.
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