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Boston Chenille Grommet 84-inch Panel
This boston Chenille grommet panel has an elegant yet subtle fashion sense that makes it ideal for any room. This lightweight polyester panel curtain features a solid pattern with a contemporary stripe motif along the bottom.
ITEM#: 15062348This Boston Chenille grommet panel has an elegant yet subtle fashion sense that makes it ideal for any room. This lightweight polyester panel curtain features a solid pattern with a contemporary stripe motif along the bottom.
- Set includes: One (1) grommet panel curtain
- Pattern: Solid with stripe trim
- Color options: Charcoal, rust/chocolate, taupe/chocolate
- Curtain style: Window panel
- Construction: Grommet
- Lining: Unlined
- Dimensions: 84 inches long x 40 inches wide
- Materials: 100-percent polyester
- Care instructions: Dry clean only
For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window.
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|Color||Brown Grey Red|
|Material||Chenille Polyester Polyester Blend|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Grommet|
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Terrible- The color on the site looks silver with a dark contrast color, possibly black on the bottom but the actual product was just 1 all-over dingy, washed-out light grey color. Absolutely Terrible! The quality is exteremly poor and nothing like the picture on the website. The picture made the curtains seem nice and simple so I ordered two but the curtains are received are of a terrible poor texture and color, and looks as if it has been owned/washed for years. This is not a curtain to put in your living or bedroom windows for guests to see, strictly a storage area such as a basement or attic. I sent it back the same day, quite a disappointment. Neither the product description or picture on the website accurately describe or depict the actual product- I feel like I have been scammed!Read More
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Thank you for your question and I apologize for the delayed response. The rod diameter should be 1 inch to work with these beautiful panels.
The description says that the set includes 1 curtain, does that mean I'd need to buy two to have a full set of curtains? Also it says the dimensions are 84x40 in, is that the size of one curtain or a set of two?
Yes, this is a single curtain panel. The dimensions are 40 inches wide by 84 inches high.
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