Is the panel 50" wide per panel equal to 100" wide per pair? Or is is it 25" wide per panel and 50" wide per pair? Thank you
Eggnog Blackout Curtain Panel Pair
These sleek off-white curtain panels offer a fabric made of special polyester yarn that provides complete lighting blackout and superior insulation for any room. These curtains feature superior fabric softness and redefined texture.
ITEM#: 13652444This fabric is made of a special polyester yarn that provides complete lighting blackout and superior insulation for any room. You will fall in love with the fabric softness and refined texture.
- Set includes: Two panels
- Pattern: Solid color
- Color options: Off-white eggnog
- Curtain style: Window panels
- Construction: Rod pocket
- Pocket measures: 3 inches
- Lining: Heavy backing built into fabric
- Dimension options: 50 inches wide x 84 inches long, 50 inches wide x 96 inches long, 50 inches wide x 108 inches long, 50 inches wide x 120 inches long
- Tiebacks included: No
- Energy saving: Yes
- Materials: 100-percent polyester
- Care instructions: Dry clean
For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window. The set includes two long panels that come in a variety of lengths, so you can get the perfect dimension for your windows. The rod pocket design allows you to hang the curtain panels on your favorite curtain rod to further enhance the look of your windows. There are also back tabs on the panels, if you choose to hang them with clips instead of on a rod.
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|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Materials||Poly Face Fabric|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Back Tab Rod Pocket|
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The curtains look nice, but they're not actually blackout curtains. They certainly darken the room, but in the middle of a sunny afternoon, the room is dim but still light enough to see clearly. Also, there was a faint smell emanating from the curtains after they had hung up for a day. I didn't smell it as I got them out of the box, so I suspect it came from them being hit with southern-exposure sun for a full 8 hours. After three full weeks the smell has almost entirely dissipated. Honestly, the curtains look fine (I like the height and way they sweep all the way to the floor but that's more a product of the height of my windows), which is why I say I would recommend them to a friend, but they're not black-out, so if that's what you're looking for, don't get these.Read More
I ordered four pairs 96 long for my living room and put one pair in the dinning room. I have a wide window in the living room so I hung four panels for this window My old curtains were 84 long. I have high ceiling so I raised the rods about 6 inches and the curtains still puddled on the floor about 3 inches this is the look I wanted. Also by moving the rods higher gives the illusion my windows are taller than they are.. The eggnog color looks just as in the picture. They are really close to my wall color ,but they look good. Makes my rooms look larger and gives a soft look. Someones review said they wish there was a lining, but they do have a built in lining as the description said and they are blackout curtains. I did as someone else put one panel at a time with damp towel for ten minutes than after they hung over night the wrinkles are out. I love the new look. The only thing it took 6 hours to take rods off and put them up higher. This was because I have old plaster walls and the archers would break lol but it was worth it in the end.Read More
LOVE LOVE LOVE! Exactly what I wanted. Excellent weight, blackout (I work nights and they give total light control), great value! Don't hesitate to buy these! I did just what others buyers said and put them in the gentle dry cycle for about 10 minutes. They still had a few creases but by the next morning they looked perfect. You have 3 options on how to hang these: run the rod through the tabs on the back, rings with clips or rings hooked onto the back tabs.Read More
I don't normally write reviews...but these were exactly what I was looking for. The color is exactly as described, the material has a very soft/silky feel to them, and they do a great job darkening the room. I'd say they block out about 95% of the light. They are well made, thick, but not too thick, and look gorgeous in my bedroom. I highly recommend them!Read More
I ordered two sets of these curtains (four panels total) for my patio doors, and then another two sets of 108" long in the same color for two very tall windows in the same room. They are gorgeous! I am very pleased. They hang beautifully, with not much in the way of wrinkles from the packaging --putting them in the dryer on the steam setting left them smooth and flawless. The fabric is rich to the touch -- not heavy but not light either -- a very solid medium weight fabric. As others have said, there is just a hint of sheen to the fabric, but it just adds to the elegant look. For double patio doors, you really need two sets -- one isn't enough. I hung the curtains with clip rings from poles across the window tops, and I'm glad I did because I move the curtains to the side during the day -- with the length of these curtains, they would not slide easily without rings. I DO wish the curtains were lined, however.. Don't get me wrong -- they do a wonderful job of blocking light. But they don't block all the light -- which for me is fine. A thin lining would probably make them block 100% of the light. It would also help provide a more uniform look for the windows from the outside, especially if you have different color curtains in different rooms all along the front or back of your home. I ordered these same curtains, but with a grommet top, in black and brown for two upstairs bedrooms. We have yet to hang those but I am hoping they are the same quality as these. Highly recommend!Read More
I really loved these curtains but the color was more khaki, actually the color is khaki and i needed something cream so I had to return them. But, they were great curtains and they really did block out the light. Good quality.Read More
These curtains are gorgeous!! Love them! I have it in my entire houseRead More
Color as expected. Very nice fabric. Feels high quality. Came earlier than expected.Read More
Granted, when we moved in the curtain rod was about half a foot from the top of the window, but these are great! We moved the rod up and the curtain slightly touches the ground. The sun rises right into our bedroom window, so It keeps the light out perfectly. Now when my boyfriend works a late night and has to sleep later into the day, he can finally rest.Read More
These are awesome! They work perfectly to block out the sun and heat on a huge window I have and they look great!Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello grandview13! This set includes two sets of 50 inch wide panels. Thanks for shopping with us! -Amanda P
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Blackout curtains can keep a room cool and dark even when it's bright and sunny outside. A completely dark room is a wonderful thing if you have a job that requires you to work all night or even if you just want a dark room for watching a movie when it's light outside. In addition, blackout window treatments help you conserve energy by keeping heat in and cold out or vice versa. You have two choices when it comes to installing blackout curtains: You can buy curtains that come with blackout liners already sewn in, or you can add panels of blackout fabric to the curtains you already own.
How to Hang a Valance and Curtains
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How to Drape a Scarf Valance
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How to Care for Curtains
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Tips on Using Cloth Shower Curtains
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Best Types of Curtain Fabric
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Best Curtain Rod for a Bay Window
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Curtain Rods for Every Style
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Shower Curtain Buying Guide
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How to Hang a Curtain Rod from the Ceiling
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How to Install a Shower Curtain
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FAQs about Thermal Insulated Curtains
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How to Pick Curtains
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Tips on Buying Curtain Rods
Update your living room, bedroom or kitchen when you buy curtain rods to hang your new window treatments. Whether you need corner curtain rods to dress up a corner window or a swing-arm curtain rod to create a partition in your studio apartment, you're sure to find the right rods and curtain hardware for your space with the following suggestions. Read on for tips on buying curtain rods.
How to Measure for Curtains
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How to Hang Drapery Hooks
When you need to quickly hang hemmed drapes or curtains, drapery hooks are an effective and easy-to-use option. The basic style of this curtain hardware staple is a single wire folded against itself; one end has a sharp prong and the other end is bent into a curved hook. In fact, these hooks, also known as drapery pins, almost look like large fishing hooks. Variations of this type of curtain hardware include additional prongs, angled hooks and blunt tips. All drapery pins and hooks work the same way, and the technique is fairly easy to master. If you're looking for a simple window treatment project, these hooks are the ideal drapery hardware because you can successfully hang drapes and curtains with them without a lot of time, hassle or tools. Read on for instructions on hanging drapery hooks in your windows.
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