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Light Brown/ Tan Striped Faux Silk Taffeta Curtain Panel
Defined by a unique sheen and fine weave, this exclusive striped faux silk taffeta curtain panel is gorgeous and timeless. This window panel has a crisp smooth finish in color coordinated stripes.
ITEM#: 13484582Defined by a unique sheen and fine weave, this exclusive striped faux silk taffeta curtain panel is gorgeous and timeless. This window panel has a crisp smooth finish in color coordinated stripes. Add fashion to any window with these 100 percent faux silk taffeta panels. The three inch rod pockets fit most curtain rods, making it easy to install and fit with any decor already in place in your room. The cotton lining and flannel interlining make these panels fashionable and functional.
Give your home a style boost with this beautiful light brown-and-tan striped curtain panel. Made from 100 percent faux-silk taffeta, this window covering helps block out harmful UV rays and lower your energy bills. This product includes one curtain panel. For best results, this window covering piece is dry clean only.
- Set includes: One panel
- Pattern: Stripe
- Color options: Light brown and tan
- Curtain style: Window panel
- Construction: Rod pocket
- Pocket measures: 3 inches
- Lining: Cotton lining and flannel interlining
- Dimensions: 84, 96, 108 or 120 inches long x 50 inches wide
- Tiebacks included: No
- Energy saving: Yes
- Materials: 100-percent faux silk taffeta
- Care instructions: Dry clean
For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window.
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|Dimensions||See Product Description|
|Materials||115Gsm Poly Taffeta|
|Style||Classic Formal Modern|
|Material||Faux Silk Polyester|
|Length||108 Inches 120 Inches 84 Inches 96 Inches|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Product Features||Insulated Lined|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Back Tab Rod Pocket|
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These are heavy and drape very well, but I just could not stand the color in my family room. They are too light. I can see these working well in a room with light colored tile and light furniture or a baby's room. Great fabric though.Read More
These curtains are absolutely beautiful. I'm so glad I ordered these. I also ordered them in the pink and cream for my granddaughter's playroom. Just beautiful!!!Read More
Absolutely beautiful! The fabric is great quality and these drapes can be hung with rings, clips or rod pocket. They are elegant without being too formal. Perfect for my home! Love them so much I'm ordering another pair for our guest bedroom.Read More
The drapes were lovely and the quality was great, but the color was a bit off. Did not look good against my walls, so I had to send them back. Overall if the color would have been as pictured I would have kept them.Read More
These drapes are absolutely beautiful and look like they came from a designer. The rest of the house has custom plantation shutters, but the front windows needed something a little softer. I purchased these as a temporary fix while I decided what to do with the designer. Once we hung them, we decided they were no longer temporary and look perfect! Even the designer was impressed with the quality and fabric, right down to the details of having weights in the hem so they hang just right.Read More
My panels are perfect in every way and even more than I expected. When hung they are of such amazing quality I can hardly believe the price. I am sooooo in love with these panels and they definitely are the focus point in my room. I would recommend ordering them alot longer than really is needed which gives a great option for how to hang and display them. I am now saving for many more panels in another colour for my bedroom. Thanks overstock, NJRead More
I found out about these curtain panels from a decorator I happened to start talking to while looking in a high end store. I chat with everyone. She let me in on a little secret and told me about these panels on overstock. She also let me know that decorators use them quite often. Hmm, one of the best kept decorator secrets around. I have these panels in my living room and they are so elegant.Read More
This curtain panel with quality lining hangs very beautiful and full . Texture creates warm reflection of evening indoor lighting. Rich feel. It has multiple ways of hanging through a stitched on lint for hooks - to use with rings on rods or rails and sliders -as well as textile sown in loops for sliding directly on rod. Options covered.Read More
Outstanding quality and I'm very picky. Go with any decor. Was so thrilled, purchased for 2 bedrooms and 1 hallway window. Look thick, rich, luxurious with beautiful drape. Quality weights at the bottom give further structure in addition to the substantial material and lining. Love that they do a great job of blocking out light in bedroom in early a.m. I chose to hang on drapery pings with rings on rod; find that drape much easier to open/close that way instead of running rod through top opening.Read More
Love these! So pretty, heavy, and lined! No light gets through at all! I wish all curtains came like this!Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello Tamara, we do not currently have these in 120 inch length. We do get new inventory daily, so please check back soon. Thanks for shopping with us!
Are these panels lined?
Yes and they are lovely. I purchased these originally for a home I have in New Orleans and have just purchased for another rental. They are very good quality!
do you have the 96 inch long curtains available?
Hello franzhugo, we are currently out of stock of the 96 inch curtain. items are restocked as they become available; however we cannot guarantee an item will be restocked. Thank you for shopping with us. A.S.
how wide is the panel
Hello gccunningham, this panel is approximately 50 inches wide. Thanks for shopping with us! L.B.
I need four panels, and you only have 1 in stock. Will you be getting more?
Items are restocked as they become available, however we cannot guarantee an item will be restocked. Please feel free to check back with us periodically to see if the item has returned.
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