This is my second time asking this question. Your draperies are sold by panel. So does 1 window need 1 or 2 panels if you want the entire window covered?
Linen Open Weave Cream Sheer Curtain Panel
This open weave design linen sheer has a unique textured finish that filters out sunlight and gives your room a beautiful soft glow. This window panel is perfect for any decor.
ITEM#: 13839269This open weave design linen sheer has a unique textured finish that filters out sunlight and gives your room a beautiful soft glow. This window panel is perfect for any decor. This lovely panel dresses your windows up without weighing your room down. The sheer construction allows plenty of natural light in while also providing energy saving benefits. Slide onto a decorative rod or use clip-on curtain rings for a more modern look. The curtain is available in 84- and 96-inch lengths; order a longer size to achieve an elegant pooling appearance.
- Set includes: One window panel
- Pattern: Solid
- Color options: Light cream
- Curtain style: Sheer
- Construction: Rod pocket
- Pocket measures: 3 inches
- Not lined
- Dimension options: 50 inches wide x 84 inches long, 50 inches wide x 96 inches long, 50 inches wide x 108 inches long, 50 inches wide x 120 inches long
- Tiebacks included: No
- Energy saving: Yes
- Care instructions: Dry clean
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|Style||Casual Classic Formal Modern|
|Length||108 Inches 120 Inches 84 Inches 96 Inches|
|Width||50 - 59"|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Gallery Room||Champagne Brunch|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Rod Pocket|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Materials||80 % Linen, 20% Polyester|
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beautiful casual elegance added to the room. Open weave allows filtered light with a slight bit of privacy. Fabric looks more warm and inviting, but classier than sheersRead More
These are nice, and natural looking. The weave was very loose and I was fearful that they would shred in a short time with any sun exposure. I had to send back, as I did not feel that they would last.Read More
Very happy with purchase, just what I was looking for in my newly decorated coastal living room. Gives it the beachie feel, nice quality would highly recommend.Read More
The two panels were the correct width but two different and incorrect lengths. One was 104 inches long and the other was 110 inches long. Both should have been 108 inches long. I like the style and fabric, but Quality Control missed the mark on checking the lengths this time.Read More
It got the look I am looking for. But it's not very well made. One panel is about 2 inches longer than the other. The stitches are too tight. Overall, It works.Read More
Had a number of sheers from different stores to try in my window location. I ordered these just on a whim, figuring they wouldn't work either.. they ended up being the EXACT type I was looking for... and came in two colors that worked perfect for me in my master bath and my living room. I was pleasantly surprised.Read More
saw open-weave drapes in west elm, but , could either get white or ivory. wanted off-white. no yellow tint. saw in overstock,, same open-weave drape in cream. took a chance and turned out to be perfect color!Read More
I searched for this type of fabric in all the high end fabric shops - to no avail. I wanted a tropical look in a natural fabric - and this it. The color is cream and the look is very close to gauze - or mosquito netting. Gorgeous! Not sure how these will hold up - they're delicate - but the look is fabulous.Read More
We bought these panels to complement grommet curtains on each side. They look amazing!Read More
These are beautiful linen sheers. They provide privacy and beauty. Cream colored and look lovely with the blue silk blend curtains I bought to go with them.Read More
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Hello, cbsfisher. This will depend on the size of your window. We recommend you get curtains that are 3 times the width of your window. Each panel of this curtain is 50 inches wide. I hope this information helps! Thanks for shopping with us. lb.
Is this curtain panel 50" wide or is it 59-60" wide? In the description it states 50", the box next to it states it is 60". Please confirm.
Hello nywall17, Yes, 50 inches is correct. The range is the other figure. That's used for sorting purposes for searches. We're sorry for the confusion. Thanks for shopping with us!
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