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Interlined Faux Silk Rod Pocket 84-inch Panel
This faux silk rod pocket panel by Interlined will create a luxurious and elegant feel in your home. Constructed of 100-percent polyester, these panels are available in numerous color options to coordinate well with any home decor style.
ITEM#: 14346641This Interlined Faux Silk Panel can be the answer to that quick upgrade you wanted to give your bedroom. This attractive panel is made of faux silk for a nice look.
- Set includes: One faux silk window panel
- Color options: Taupe, Smoke Blue, Red, Bone, Mink, Indigo Sky, Charcoal, Gold, Sea Green, Chocolate, Bronze, Black, Brick, Beige
- Curtain style: Window Panel
- Construction: Rod Pocket
- Lining: Not lined
- Dimensions: 84 inches long x 54 inches wide
- Energy saving
- Materials: 100- percent Polyester
- Care instructions: Machine Wash Cold, Gentle Cycle
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||Beige Black Blue Brown Gold Green Grey Red Taupe White|
|Material||Faux Silk Polyester Silk|
|Fabric Care||Machine Wash|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Rod Pocket|
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Just received and they look amazinggggRead More
These are nice curtains with a pretty overall look.Read More
I was looking for curtains to match a pair that I already had. The color was a perfect match and I am very happy!Read More
The old adage "you get what you pay for" applies. These are perfectly adequate drapes that from a distance look more expensive than their actual price. Up close, however, the fabric and lining are thin and the rod pocket is not a pocket at all, but evenly-spaced tabs behind the drape. The tabbing prevents there from being any fringe above the rod, so the curtain merely hangs from the top hem. As the fabric doesn't have much bulk, sometimes there is sagging between the tabs, so occasional adjustments will be necessary. As a $#$%^ panel, it delivers, but don't expect a great curtain at a bargain price.Read More
The drape is light weight but double lined. Took some serious hours of ironing but once up looked great. For the price you can't do much better.Read More
I love Overstock.com, but unfortunately these panels are not representative of the normally high quality products offered here, of which I have bought MANY over the years. The fabric is very thin with a high sheen to it which makes it look cheap, cheap, CHEAP. The bronze color also has a faint greenish tint to it which is not at all attractive. These are going back.Read More
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Good price for these curtain hopefully they will match the bedding.
Pairing the solid with Interlined Striped Draperies...
The heading says "interlined" but the description says they are not lined. What doe "interlined" mean?
Thank you for your interest. Interlining is a flannel-like, napped cotton material used between the face fabric and lining of a curtain. It adds body, drapability, insulation and protection to the curtains. It can be used with any fabric to add a substantial and luxurious feel. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
The Product Details say rod pocket, but the photos look like they are also back tab, which is what would make the nice even "pleats." Are they?
The curtain panel is rod pocket construction.
I am also confused. Most "84-inch" curtain panels advertised on this site are 84" long and 54" wide. Your answer to the previous persons question was not helpful at all. the length vs. the height makes a huge difference on whether or not these will work for me. can you please verify if these are actually 84" long?
The measurements are: 84 inches long x 54 inches wide.
I'm confused. Is the WIDTH 84"???
The height or length is 84 inches.
Do these curtains have any toppers such as a waterfall topper
Unfortunately, we do not sell any toppers that match these particular curtains.
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