Nice blinds for the price. Up close they do appear slightly darker than the picture (there is what looks like black threads in the fabric) but from across the room they look just like the picture. They look like high quality drapes. Would definitely recommend.
I looked high and low for curtains that weren't too orange, weren't too pink, weren't shiny, weren't jutey, and it seemed impossible until I found these. The price was right. The color is perfect. A soft orange, just on the orange side not as much pink as a coral. There's a contrast stitch in them that gives them texture that I love. Soft, heavy-duty, and I love the rod loops option.
These aren't really as pictured. I debated on keeping but ended up deciding to. They are darker than pictured, with dark threads running through. They are high quality and are great for blocking out light. In the end I am happy with them and glad I decided to keep. Though I do wish they looked more as pictured
Medium weight fabric that drapes beautifully. Great texture so they have just a little 'dimension', not just a flat color. Threw them in the dryer with a few damp wash clothes and tennis balls and hung them up...no ironing needed. Burnt orange (persimmon) color is perfect for the family room.
The color in the photo, to me, seems to be a more vibrant one than in the photo. The color is nice if you are certain about needing burnt orange, but I was looking fora more vibrant orange. I guess if you have a super bright room, it may look brighter than it did in my LR.
I ordered these and the "Seville Print Blackout" curtain panel and these won, hands down. They are thicker material (blackout quality is important for where these curtains are going in our house) with texture and there's more black in the weave of the fabric which is hard to explain other than to say it gives it very nice definition (the persimmon does not look "flat"). Excellent quality.
This orange gorgeous! A deep, rich beautiful burnt orange - not coopery like other curtains and pillows I've seen in stores. I like that the color is subtly striated as it gives the curtain a little texture and makes them look richer than if they were a flat color. It is a thick blackout and the fabric drapes beautifully. I can tell it will be a good insulating curtain which we need to help with utility bills this winter.
I'm kind of a neutral color person but when I moved into a new condo I wanted some color pop and these are perfect. The color is rich and has a bit of black thread woven in the fabric to give it some dimension. I hung them on a rod and they hang very well with easy to utilize pockets for the rod. The weight to the fabric is just enough to keep them hanging well pleated when open. They definitely are blackout curtains, but because of the winters in MI I'm going to add a thermal lining for warmth in the winter and to keep them from fading.