Hi, Is it 54 inches wide for one panel? Or is it 54 inches total with both panels put together?
Lucerne 84-inch Sheer Curtain Pair Panel
Let the play of light into your room while keeping people from seeing in and watching what you are doing when you hang this set of two sheer curtain panels over your window. They have a rod pocket construction and come in several different colors.
ITEM#: 13956739The perfect way to add polish to a room with a gorgeous view, this set of sheer machine-washable panels bathes a room in natural light. By choosing a pair in one of the available stylish hues, you can highlight a room's wall treatment or furniture with a hint of complementary color around the window.
- Set includes: Two curtain panels
- Pattern: Semi sheer
- Color options: Ivory, linen, butterscotch, custard, olive, white
- Curtain style: Window panel, sheer
- Construction: Rod pocket
- Pocket measures: 3 inch outer pocket with 1.5 inches inner pocket
- Not lined
- Dimensions: 52 inches long x 84 inches wide
- Tiebacks included: No
- Energy saving: No
- Materials: 100-percent polyester
- Care instructions: Machine wash, dry
With 3 pocket and 1.5 inch pocket sewn into the larger pocket for standard curtain rod For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window.
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|Color||Beige Brown Gold Green Ivory Natural Off-White Tan White|
|Style||Casual Classic Traditional|
|Fabric Care||Machine Wash|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Rod Pocket|
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With the addition of polyester in the fabric, the wrinkles tumble out of these and yet they look like more expensive linen curtains for double the money. They have a linen look rather than the typical sheer polyester silky look. I wish they came in a longer length and double width, otherwise I would be using them all over the house. The window is covered but the view is not lost.Read More
I ordered these sheers to enhance a set of light blocking panels I had hung in our master bedroom. The sheers were good quality for the price. I simply steamed them with a hand held steamer and they were good to go. I will be ordering another set in a different color for another room in my house if they are still available.Read More
Returned ....but still a great buy.... The we've od material is great quality. But was not what I was wanting at this time...Read More
Perfect window coverage to allow light to shine through!!Read More
The sheers are an OK alternative to linen sheers. They are very sheer and let in alot of light. The major issue I have with them is the hem. It is only about 1 inch. A better quality curtain would have at least a 3 inch hem.Read More
I purchased these sheers to soften the look of my patio doors and reduce the sunlight that poors into our living room in the summer afternoons, but the gauze-like thinness of the fabric really didn't work for that purpose.Read More
These sheer panels are beautiful, but they are a little thinner than I was expecting. However, I doubled up on them and they look beautiful.Read More
These sheers are a very nice. Much better than I even expected. They are sheer but not too sheer. I used four panels and all were exactly 84 inches The two rod pockets allow for a choice, and using the smaller pocket gives a very nice look to the header. All the creases ironed out easily, and I also ironed the product tags toward the header.Very happy with my purchase!Read More
The Custard color was exactly right--matched my pale yellow walls perfectly. I liked the texture the linen gave the sheers. They are well constructed and drape well.Read More
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Hello jessy5678, each panel is 54 inches wide. Thanks for shopping with us! Amanda
Are these 84" from the top of the rod pocket to the bottom, or 84" from the top of the header to the bottom?
Hello madl24, from the very top these are 84 inches. Have a great day!
I think the dimensions in the description are backwards. 54" long and 84" wide I think should be reversed to be accurate.
Yes, thank you for your input, the dimensions should read 52 inches wide and 84 inches long.
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