it says panel pair so their are two per pack? Usually panels are sold individually so just want to be certain before ordering this item as a holiday gift.
Jet Black Thermal Blackout Curtain Panel Pair
Block light completely from coming through your windows with these black thermal blackout curtains. The jet black curtains are made with polyester and not only blocks light but also serves as an insulation layer, helping to decrease your heating costs.
ITEM#: 13960242This fabric is made of a special polyester yarn that provides effective light blackout and superior insulation. Grommet headers with 8 grommets per panel.
- Set includes: Two panels
- Pattern: Solid color
- Color options: Jet black
- Curtain style: Window panels
- Construction: Grommet headers with 8 grommets per panel
- Pocket measures: 3 inches
- Lining: Heavy backing built into fabric
- Dimensions: 84, 96, 108, 120 inches long x 50 inches wide with both panels
- 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. Enjoy a refreshing night's sleep and leisurely lie in with these efficient blackout curtains. These attractive drapes feature a versatile solid black design that complements most room decor schemes and works well in your bedrooms, lounge and dining room. Fashioned from hard-wearing polyester, this set includes two lined panels and is available in a range of lengths.
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|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Length||108 Inches 120 Inches 84 Inches 96 Inches|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Product Features||Blackout Energy Efficient Insulated Thermal|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Grommet|
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Color was exactly as stated jet black. We bought these for a kid's room hoping he would sleep longer in the morning and take better naps. The curtains block out almost all of the light. With direct sunlight you can see just a touch of light getting through. This doesn't bother us since the room only receives direct light for a couple hours in the evening. The back of the curtains are also black as I'm sure most people expect there to be a backing that is white. The lengths of the two panels we ordered were the same. I would recommend these curtains to someone looking for blackout panels.Read More
I was nervous these curtains wouldn't have the shiny look when received but they do! They are thick and made with a quality fabric so you will not be disappointed there! Great buy!! I can't wait to move so I can hang them up!Read More
These curtains exceeded my expectations. They are think, heavy, give that dramatic look, and were exactly what we were looking for to finish off the room.Read More
These curtains are very nice. Good quality. I work night shift and these are not blackout curtains. They block out a good amount of light but not enough to make them a blackout curtain.Read More
These curtains are made of a very lush, thick fabric and are indeed blackout. They look great hanging up, through they are quite wrinkled coming out of the package. I've noticed that as they've hung, though, some of the wrinkles have fallen out. The fabric is a satin-type fabric and so I'll need to find a steamer in order to get all of the wrinkles out - I wouldn't suggest ironing them. My only real warning is that though each panel is stated to be 50", by the time you get them on the rod, they are closer to 42" wide each. The grommet holes are on the small side and so a significant amount of width is taken up in the "rippling" of the fabric, ie, you can't really stretch the panel out across the rod at the full width because the grommets prevent it. I have a 96" window and thought the the 100 total inches of curtain would just fit, but there is actually about 8" of exposed window on either end when I have the curtain pulled closed at the middle, so I have to order another set another set to add another panel to the window so that it will be fully covered.Read More
These curtains are heavy without being too weighty. I love how dark the room is when they are pulled.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello JEN M, this item does include two panels. Thank you for shopping with us.
is EACH panel 50" wide?
Hello meld07, I'm sorry for the confusion. Each panel is 50 inches wide. Have a great day!
What is the exact dimension of each panel? 96" x 50"?
96" x 25"
Are these heavy? I need them for doorways to the kitchen in a restaurant, and they need to be heavy so the wind doesn't blow them around.
They weigh two pounds each.
what size is the grommet? is the metal silver/chrome?
It's chrome, and it's a 2 in. grommet
what is color of curtain backing?
We are checking to see what color the curtain backing is. We will provide you with the information shortly.
The color of the curtain backing is also jet black.
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