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Hotel Stripe 63-inch Insulated Blackout Curtains
Black out your room with these handy red insulated blackout curtains. Ideal for daytime naps or eliminating light glare from the light outside, these stylish curtains ensure perfect privacy. They come in packs of two, one for each side of the window.
ITEM#: 11406500The bright morning sunlight will never wake you again when you hang these innovative blackout curtains in your bedroom. Since they also help to keep out the summer heat and winter cold, these curtains are the perfect choice to use throughout your home.
- Keep your home decor under wraps with this set of two thermal-insulated blackout curtains.
- This window treatment is a quick way to add a sophisticated, modern flair to your home
- The panels feature an innovative fabric construction resulting in a soft material that hangs like normal draperies for a natural look
- An independent laboratory test showed that this curtain blocks 99.9 percent of light from filtering through
- These panels insulate against heat and cold to save you money and energy and provide noise reduction and privacy
- Hang this window treatment from a standard or decorative curtain rod that must be purchased separately
- These 100 percent polyester blackout curtains are ideal for late sleepers, shift workers, seniors, infants, parents, students, computer operators, and more
- Model: Hotel Stripe 63
- Set includes: 2 panels
- Pattern: Hotel stripe
- Color options: Gold, beige, sky blue, burgundy, and chocolate
- Curtain style: Window panel
- Construction: Rod pocket
- Pocket measures: 3 inches
- Dimensions: 63 inches long x 52 inches wide
- Energy saving: Yes
- Tiebacks included: No
- Materials: Polyester
- Care instructions: Machine wash
|Dimensions||Set: 63 in. L x 104 in. W|
|Model Number||Hotel Stripe 63|
|Color||Blue Brown Gold Red Tan|
|Fabric Care||Machine Wash|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Rod Pocket|
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I bought these because I wanted a nice looking blackout curtain, they are nice but are not the blackout I wanted. They do block the light a bit but not like I expected. I currently have them hung between a Venetian blind and another set of longer curtains, they have cut the light a lot but like I said, they are not a true blackout curtain.Read More
These curtains work so well. I live outside of Phoenix and they actually block out AZ heat!! I am very impressed. They also keep the room quite dark.Read More
We have done almost every room in our new home with these curtains. We have used the dotted, embossed, solid, and hotel stripe - in many of the colors available. We also have one of the tie up shades. All were the same brand and we love them! I wish they came in a 72 inch length... we brought some 84 length to a cleaner and had them hemmed. We liked the curtains so much and the price was such a value - even with hemming fee we still did well! We varied the styles and colors - and needed the thermal quality to help with heat loss. We have noticed a difference and in the evenings putting your hand on the other side of the curtain you can really feel it! We used them on sliding glass doors, large windows and bay windows. They were hung mostly on decorative rods, and the tab back or rod pocket option that these curtains have is great... the back tabs slid open looks almost like pleats. They travel easily on rods - no need for rings. We have long curtains in dark and light colors - and dark and light dogs. I was worried about static and picking up hair... have not noticed too much of a problem. Thank you Overstock!Read More
These curtains truly block light and offer complete privacy. They're very thick and do not have insulated backing so the curtains are attractive on both sides.Read More
I boight these curtain for the color and thought the blackout would be nice, but wasn't expecting much. I was wrong! The blackout really works and the curtains took about a minute to hang as you have a choice of how to hang them. I just slid the rod through and scrunched, but they have loops for hanging as well. They match the room and they look fabulous and for the first time my bedroom is dark in the morning sun! I love them. Couldn't be happier!Read More
I got these curtains to block out light for my projector. They are heavy and the red ones gave the room a movie theatre vibe. My apartment had a large window facing the west, so I got a lot of really bright sunlight through it most of the day. I had to buy two sets to cover the large window, but I was very pleased with the results. I bought another set of curtains, which were also supposed to be blackout, but didn't work nearly as well as these did. I had to get rid of the light at the top and the sides, but that is not a failing of the curtain. The light that hit it was blocked entirely.Read More
The product received was not the exact one ordered but is acceptable.Read More
We bought these to cover single pane picture windows on a little pre-WW2 bungalow we recently restored. I looked all over for something that would look nice, but not look like thermal or blackout curtains. Although the gold cuts the amount of light down quite a bit, they certainly don't cut it out well enough that i"d call them "blackout." Maybe the darker colors do a better job. The gold color is very much in keeping with the period, however, and with the wrap around rods we got, they help keep the heat loss from the windows down until we can replace them. They are simple, not shiny or stiff, hang very well, and look nice with a patterned sofa. Absolutely worth more than what we paid.Read More
Bought these curtains in blue for our bathroom. The blue color is exactly how it looks on the website - not what I would call sky blue, but definitely blue and not grayish. They are thick and block out light/heat very well, but they are also pretty soft and hang nicely like regular drapes. I would definitely recommend them and will probably be buying more for other rooms.Read More
I got these curtains to use in our family room as we had vertical blinds which were not cutting out enough light for a media room. Had a 60 inch HDTV with blue-ray player and wanted to be able to view movies during the day. This was perfect. They look nice and cost was very reasonable.. On top of that they save on heating.Read More
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Thank you for your interest. The size of the rod pocket is 3 inches. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
What color is the back of the curtain?
The front and back are the same color.
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