is there a liner to this curtain? Or is color the same front and back?
Nicely made, but iron grey is very very close to black....
Iron Grey Vintage Cotton Velvet Curtain
Add a luxurious touch to your windows with this iron grey window curtain from EFF. A lovely velvet construction highlights this window panel.
ITEM#: 14768116Add a luxurious touch to your windows with this iron grey window curtain from EFF. A lovely velvet construction highlights this window panel.
- Set includes: One (1) panel
- Pattern: Solid
- Color options: Iron Grey
- Curtain style: Window panel
- Construction: 3-inch pole pocket with hidden backtab
- Lining: Cotton Sateen Lining
- 84 inches long x 50 inches wide
- 96 inches long x 50 inches wide
- 108 inches long x 50 inches wide
- 120 inches long x 50 inches wide
- Tiebacks included: No
- Energy saving: No
- Materials: 100-percnet Cotton Velvet
- Care instructions: Dry clean
For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window. This vintage curtain panel is constructed from cotton velvet for a soft and luxurious feel. The iron grey color creates a visually striking contrast against multiple color schemes and decors. The long, flowing line of this panel is elegant and cascades in billowing folds to the floor for a stylish and formal look.
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.
|Style||Classic Contemporary Modern|
|Length||108 Inches 120 Inches 84 Inches 96 Inches|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Gallery Room||Willow Estate|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Back Tab Rod Pocket|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
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Fine curtains for the price. Watch out for tiny holes in the fabric. You can see where they've been repaired in the right light. Iron grey is grey under natural and most LED light. It's purple under anything else. You may have to choose between the curtains or your light bulbs.Read More
Nicely made, but iron grey is very very close to black.Read More
These are beautiful, heavy COTTON velvet drapes. They have the depth of texture not found in the faux-velvet polyester curtains one often sees. They are lined with a light cotton-like liner, not interlined. I will be interested to see how well they hold up in the summer sun, or if, being cotton, they might fade. For the price they are unbeatable and look much more expensive than they are. Great for a casual or a formal room. I ordered the 108" curtains, 6 panels so far (I am ordering 2 more), and the lengths were consistent which is both unusual and nice! The color is as pictured, at least on my monitor. It is a dark iron grey. With the texture and in different lights I can see it looking dusky purplish at times and brownish at others. They are not blue-grey at all. Warm and neutral. I think they'd go with most color schemes and definitely with any warm color scheme. (Not so great next to my dark loden green couch.) Being a darker grey I don't have to worry about matching grey tones exactly. LOVE these. Do not hesitate to order these.Read More
Nice, velvet drapes. Mine actually measures 49", not 50". But no big deal. Color looks like shown. But if you put under artificial light , may look dark purplish brown. Natural light gives that deep dark grey color. Has back tab that you can put rod into that creates rod pocket look without using rings. (But might be hard to move curtain back and forth if you use thick rod. ) overall, I'm satisfied.Read More
Color is more eggplant than grey. High quality materials and construction, hang beautifully. They are gorgeous, unfortunately not the iron grey described. Five stars if color was as expected. Would highly recommend if purple brown color would work for you.Read More
I have been looking for grey velvet drapes for seemingly forever - never wanting to go broke over them and not wanting cheap ones either. I am so thrilled that I took the chance on these!!! These curtains are true cotton velvet, great quality and feel! They also were exactly 96" long. The product info didn't say, but these curtains can be hung 3 ways - regular pole top, hidden back tab, and also clip loops on the back. I wouldn't call them 'blackout' since there is no interlining and some amount of sunlight gets in, but they do keep out most light! Mine are on a traverse rod with clip hangers and my hubby and I absolutely love the drapes!!Read More
VERY NICE CURTAINS! USED IN A SHOWROOM, LOOK CLEAN, ELEGANT AND CHIC. LOVELY.Read More
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I just returned these but I believe they are lined. (All the curtains I bought from O.co have been lined.)
What is the weight of each 108" panel?
Hello anonymous1970, you would choose the length from the drop down tab. Have a great day!
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