The grommets are shown in a nickel finish but several comments mention bronze grommets. I actually need bronze. Can you confirm the color of the grommets. Thanks so much.
Off White Grommet Velvet Blackout Curtain Panel
Darken any room in your home and reduce your energy costs by installing these grommet velvet blackout curtains over your window. Drapery hooks are included for easy hanging, and the blackout lining is hidden behind the off white panel.
ITEM#: 14317218Add a stylish touch to your home decor with this off-white curtain panel from EFF. A luxurious velvet and drapery hooks finish this curtain panel - available in 84L, 96L 108L, and 120L.
Accent your home with the regal velvet beauty of this majestic curtain panel. Match it with another to create a glorious off-white opening around patio doors, sliding glass or large windows. Its soft, neutral color matches well with myriad motifs. In the bedroom, the blackout lining keeps unwanted light out for those days you want to sleep late. Accommodate the individual whose graveyard shift necessitates sleeping during daylight hours, or create a calming environment for restless youngsters in need of naps. With blackout construction, this curtain panel allows you to address the need for dim lighting while creating an attractive decorative look in a bedroom or other living space.
- Materials: Velvet
- Soft flowing blackout lining
- Drapery hooks included
- Panels: 50 inches wide
- Dry clean
- Sold per panel
For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window.
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|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Style||Classic Contemporary Modern|
|Length||108 Inches 120 Inches 84 Inches 96 Inches|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Product Features||Blackout Lined|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Grommet|
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IT IS ONLY ONE PANEL! Do not make the mistake I did and think that it was a pair of curtains. So disappointed because they are so pretty and would've looked amazing in my white bedroom. Sadly, I'm going to have to return because spending *** on curtains is way too much for me.Read More
These are beautifully made and the price is incredible! The white velvet curtains are lined with black out material which is perfect because I live in Florida and the sun is really strong on the doors that these panels cover. You would want to buy lined curtains so that the sun doesn't fade the white velvet and the sun doesn't come through the windows or doors your trying to cover. Excellent. I used one panel to make a headboard for a bed and put silver nail heads which look terrific. Highly recommend and great price!Read More
I was really surprised with these draps. The material is much softer than most other velvet drapes I've felt. I was surprised by the level of blackout, too. It really keeps the room so much darker. The color is more off white than white, although I have a white duvet and it doesn't clash too bad. The lining is even more yellow/ivory. I"m not crazy about the appearance from the outside, but it's fine overall. We got lucky and found drapes with lining that matched enough so our windows from the outside don't look too bad. If you have white lined drapes elsewhere that our visable from the street, that may be your only issue. Overall, I'm pretty pleased.Read More
These curtains are gorgeous! They are beautiful and look much better than I even expected. Very pleased with this purchase! The color was spot on.Read More
I really like these draperies! The color matches perfectly with my white pearl walls, kind of chalky creamy white. They are thick and definitely block out light. I might have a problem with them because everyone who has seen them wants to touch them! The feel so good! I'd love to have a comforter from this fabric as well. They add great beauty and drama to the bedroom I put them in. The only fault I find in them is the outside edges do not hang straight. They were installed in our new house and I haven't had time to press them to see if I can make it look better. Even with the sides looking not perfect, I still like them. I will eventually take them down to see what I can do to alter them to correct the problem. Love them! Thanks O!Read More
Color nice grey with milk. Quality is good too, but I like more shin velvet, is not shined. Returned because decided to go with Satin.Read More
I bought these curtains for my niece who likes to sleep late but the sun is really bright in her room but these curtinns solved the problem. That look expensive and hang beatifully.Read More
The quality is excellent, thick and nice velvet. Color looks cream on the site, but is definitely white. I only wish it was not so wrinkled out of the box. Looks great in our new nurseryRead More
I ordered eight panels and they arrived quickly. However, I had to return them because the grommets are nickel/silver and I need bronze. The description did not specify and I asked overstock to clarify, but they could not answer my question. At least one reviewer had mentioned bronze grommets so I good a chance. Overstock may have updated the page to reflect the finish of the grommets, but be aware....they are a shiny nickel finish. At least the ones I received. Otherwise, very nice blackout drapes. Super soft and a nice off-white color. I was disappointed that they didn't work for my space.Read More
My personal issue is that the grommets are bronze - I needed nickel other than that I repurchased the exact curtain in a non grommet format and they serve its purpose. They are in a guest room. Probably wouldnt want in my master, they are very generic. But they do keep out the light better than my attractive master bedroom curtains do that cost more.Read More
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May you please email me when the 120" is back in stock?
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Does it come with two panels? Or just one?
Hello kelly7707, this comes with one panel. Thank you for shopping with us.
what is the width of these?
The width of the Off White Grommet Velvet Blackout Curtain Panel is 50 inches. Thank you.
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