are both sides grey we are considering them for a room divider
gorgeous so happy and great for blacking out sunlight as well...
Natural Grey Velvet Blackout Curtain Panel
Add refined elegance to your living space with these blackout velvet curtain panels. These medium gray colored curtains lined with heavy cotton are made of poly velvet and not only perfectly blackout any room, but also look stunning while doing so.
ITEM#: 13998794Soft heavy-pile Blackout Velvet Curtains have a natural luster with a depth of color that creates a formal, polished look. Made of high-quality, poly velvet with a cotton blackout lining. The heavy fabric and lining keeps the light out and provides for optimal insulation.
- Set includes: One (1) panel
- Pattern: Solid
- Color options: Medium grey
- Curtain style: Window panels
- Construction: Rod pocket
- Pocket measures: 3 inches
- Lining: Heavy cotton lining
- Dimension options: 50 inches wide x 96 inches long, 50 inches wide x 108 inches long
- Tiebacks included: No
- Energy saving: Yes
- Materials: Poly velvet
- Care instructions: Dry clean only
For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window. These energy-saving curtains measure either 50 inches wide by 96 inches long or 50 inches wide by 108 inches long, per panel. Each panel is sold separately, and it is recommended that panels should measure two to three times the width of the window opening. A three-inch rod pocket is sewn into the top of each panel for ease of installation.
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|Style||Classic Formal Modern|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Product Features||Blackout Lined|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Back Tab Rod Pocket|
|Dimensions||108 inches high x 50 inches wide|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Materials||Heavy Polyester Velvet|
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gorgeous so happy and great for blacking out sunlight as wellRead More
Can't say enough good things about these curtains...they are luxurious and soft and the color is rich; just perfect. I purchased another set for my dining room.Read More
BEAUTIFUL medium grey velvet drapes, with white weighted lining. Truly blocks out all light and the room is quieter and warmer. I only wish that they came in wider widths so there would be fewer seams. Other than that I love them.Read More
These are thick, soft, light-blocking and uniform length. I was pleasantly surprised to find that they have back tabs!Read More
These are absolutely beautiful. They look very rich and do a great job of blocking out the light. Love them!Read More
This was my first major purchase with Overstock and so I didn't know what to expect. The color of these curtains is spot on and I couldn't be happier. More importantly, you will not believe how SOFT this velvet is! They look so classy hanging in our Master Bedroom and they were not wrinkled a bit from being packaged up. They are also beautifully lined with a cream backing AND they are weighted at the bottom....something that I didn't expect. The description also does not mention the extra reinforced strip on the back of the rod pocket. I bet that you could put rod clips/hooks in there if you needed to. If you want a high-end and custom look, but don't want to pay the price, these curtains are the next best thing. They are gorgeous and they are stunning hanging on brushed nickel rods. Don't hesitate to purchase these. I have been pricing out custom curtains and I know what I am saying when I tell you that they are excellent quality at a supurb price!Read More
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Hello rosenswerve, These panels are beautiful! Only the front side is grey, the back is a cotton lining. I hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
There is only one available at this price?
That is correct.
Item #: 13998794 The item description states that this curtain has a rod pocket yet the photo shows rings. Does this curtain also come with rings?
We apologize for the confusion. The curtain panel was likely available at some time with the ring option. The picture is for color illustration. The panels we currently have feature rod pockets.
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