Can these be hung on a traverse rod?
Madison Park Amari Damask Pattern Window Panel Curtain
Update your living room decor by hanging this chic window panel curtain. A fine damask pattern breathes life into the sleek fabric panel, while the soft pleating added to the top of the curtain ensures the perfect ruffled look at all times.
ITEM#: 14956077This beautiful panel curtain is constructed with inverted pleat detailing at the top for a designer look. This curtain's allover damask pattern is beautiful without being overpowering.
- Set includes: One (1) panel
- Pattern: Damask
- Color options: Grey, tan
- Curtain style: Window panel
- Construction: Back tab
- Back tab measures: 7.5 inches
- Dimensions: 84 inches long x 30 inches wide; 95 inches long x 30 inches wide
- Tie backs included
- Materials: 100-percent polyester
- Care instructions: Machine wash
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|Color||Brown Grey Tan|
|Length||84 Inches 95 Inches|
|Fabric Care||Machine Wash|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Back Tab|
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they hang very nice, however, hard to make look like you have soft pleats but doableRead More
The curtains are sheer, they need to be paired with something else, if the desired result is privacy.Read More
The other reviews really helped me on this purchase. I loved that they are on the sheer side and work perfectly for what I needed!Read More
Great light airy curtains not heavy fabric so It gives the room a nice touch with out making the room to dark. They are more sheer then a real curtain just to let you know..Read More
pretty, light weight other than one rip at tab, very happy with choiceRead More
The color was wrong: the grey patches actually have brown outlines around them, making it appear like some sort of jungle print. The curtains were also totally sheer. Overall, they felt very casual and flimsy compared with the image on the website. I'm returning them now.Read More
I ordered one Tan panel initially.Liked it well enough to order a another. Panels are 30"wide. I haven't officially hung mine (it's up with tape) - hoping the width X2 is generous enough to cover a narrow window with gather when drawn. Was unfamiliar with inverted pleat/back tab. I like the construction and imagine it will slide over rod easily when opening and closing drapes. I appreciated the first review for mentioning the fact that drape is sheer. I find the quality to be satisfactory. It's a polyester fabric, rather than a fine linen or silk, but the weight of the fabric drapes well.If there is any sheen at all, it's the nature of the synthetic, otherwise not shiney. Workmanship is good, the colors are subltle, the pattern is sort of wild, as someone else's review mentioned, but, again, more subtle and very elegant... not trendy llike ikat... its labelled a damask (not what I would call it). 95 " panel hung as high as possible (in this case,immediately under crown molding) adds height to room.Read More
The biggest problem I have with these curtains is that they in no way look to be sheers in the listing. These are clearly sheers. I kept them since I have blinds behind them, otherwise they'd be going back. It is a nice, pretty pattern, however. The inverted pleat at the top looks fine when they are closed but they are hard to get to look good when they're pulled open. And, these are not as wide as most standard curtains.Read More
Questions & Answers
Thank you for shopping with us khyser. These cannot be hung on a traverse rod, sorry. Have a great day.
I think it would work if you used drapery pins to attach to traverse rod or rings.
Is the color in between the design a true white or more an off-white/cream?
Thank you for your question. The digital images we display have the most accurate color possible. However, due to differences in computer monitors, we cannot be responsible for variations in color between the actual product and your screen.
I want to use these curtains in a bedroom. At night with light on are they opaque and provide privacy?
Thank you for shopping Overstock.com. It is very possible that the all Polyester drape will not provide all the privacy that you are looking for in the color.
No they are on the sheer side.
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