For the rod pocket, up to what size does it fit? I have a 1.5
Keeva Rod Pocket 108-inch Curtain Panel
Decorate your favorite window with this patterned curtain panel that features embroidered wavy lines. The large pocket lets you hang this curtain from any decorative curtain rod. Choose from eight classic colors to match your decor.
ITEM#: 11415157Give your windows a new modern look with this Keeva rod-pocket curtain panel. The panel is made from faux silk that makes it rich and elegant looking but keeps it easy to maintain. Contrasting embroidered stitching gives this panel both visual and textural interest.
- Update your home decor with this luxurious window panel
- This window treatment showcases a modern design of repeating embroidered wavy lines
- This curtain panel features a pocket for easy hanging with a decorative rod
- The panel is crafted from faux silk so it will enhance the look of any room
- Model: 125PAS108Pxxx
- Set includes: 1 curtain panel
- Pattern: Geometric
- Color options: Merlot, sky, sage, rust, latte, cream, copper, cinnamon, chocolate, champagne, brushed gold, black and antique blue
- Curtain style: Window panel
- Construction: Rod pocket
- Dimensions: 55 inches wide x 108 inches long
- Energy saving: No
- Tiebacks included: No
- Materials: Polyester
- Care instructions: Dry clean
For proper fullness, panel should measure two times the width of your window frame (not width of window).
|Dimensions||55 in. W x 108 in. L|
|Color||Beige Black Blue Brown Cream Gold Green Natural Red Taupe|
|Style||Casual Classic Contemporary Traditional|
|Material||Faux Silk Polyester Polyester Blend Silk Silk Blend|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Rod Pocket|
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I am very, very happy with my new Keeva curtains! The Sage color is lovely, and works perfectly in the bedroom. I was concerned about curtains limiting the light, but these are unlined, so the light shines through the fabric in a very lovely way. And you can't beat the price! Very happy with Overstock, too. Other curtains I ordered were either not the right color or size, and sending back was seamless (pun intended) and the refund very quick. I love the site!Read More
These curtains look far more expensive than they are, the color is true to the picture online and they fall a little longer than the average 108 drop curtain. The material is a little thin but not see through. I would buy more in various colors.Read More
These were a weird color - more of a yellow than a cream or ivory. I returned them.Read More
These curtains were purchased for our dining room and they look wonderful! I ordered the Chocolate (with the light blue - almost sky blue embroidery). They are not lined so they aren't intended to keep out a significant amount of light. For us, having them in a dining room, we don't utilize them for anything other than appearance so they are a great addition. They look beautiful hanging and have a nice sheen to them. Very pleased!Read More
Once I order something from Overstock,I can't wait to see it, It took a week to arrive, but I managed. Sites such as your are soon to replace the brick and mortar store. It took me a while to become comfortable with online ordering, but what you spend in time and gas, makes it a very appealing proposition, esoecially with free shipping. How many times have you spent hours shopping in your area, and come home with nothing. Am keeping drapes! Next order...........Read More
The curtains are beautiful, well made, etc, however antique blue is not as shown. It is green. Even compared to other products that match the swatch on the picture that are teal, these are most definately in the seafoam green category. I had to return them. I would recomment this product, but beware the color swatch.Read More
Love the curtains. I got the chocolate and blue set. They arrived super quick, and look amazing. Very high quality. The only downside is they are not lined, but I have a double rod and sheers, so I don't mind.Read More
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Thank you for contacting us smb4214. We apologize for the delay on answer your question. We will post it soon as this becomes available. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
Thank you for contacting us smb4214. All but two of our rod pocket panels can accommodate a 1 ½ inches diameter rod comfortably. The larger the diameter, the more difficult it is to pull the curtain into its open position. Average width of our panels ranges from 48? to 55 inches wide. The length chosen for a rod should obviously be based on the width of the window to be covered and a factor of 1.5 used to figure how many panels are needed to cover the desired width without having to completely stretch the drape flat in its closed position. ie: if window is 108 inches wide, 108 inches 1.5 = 162 inches. Divided by 2 (assuming equal # of panels on each side) = 81 inches. This translates into two 48-55 inches panels on each side or a total of 4 panels. This way, when the drape is in its closed position, it still has a nice gathered look. Please let us know if you have any further questions. The only exception to this is our Marsailles and Avatar panels which have about a 2 ½ rod pocket meaning it will comfortably take a 1? diameter rod. Also, the Marsailles panel is only 42? wide. Both of these are our ?strings? panels.
Is the Rust colored panel a golden, rusty, or orange coloration?
Thanks for your inquiry, yes this has a rusty orange coloration. We try to represent the colors of our products accurately, but unfortunately due to the difference in monitor colors we cannot guarantee that the color will match exactly what you see on your screen.
For the black panels, is the embroidery white or cream?
Thank you for your question and I apologize for the delayed response. The embroidery color is cream on the black option. Also, the back of the panel is black with the reverse pattern on it.
Is this one panel? Or are there two 108" panels in one set for $52.99?
Thank you for your interest. When panels are sold in a set of 2, that information would be posted. This item is sold separately. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
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