I'm looking for 50 inches wide x 108 inches long which was listed under "details" but no under "option". Do you have this size? thanks
Signature Burgundy Velvet Blackout Curtain Panel
Block out natural light in style with this burgundy velvet blackout curtain panel. This rod-pocket panel is crafted from durable and elegant polyester velvet and lined in cotton to have the added effect of insulating your room from drafts.
ITEM#: 13472941This soft, heavy-pile velvet drapery has a natural luster with a depth of color to create a formal, polished look. Made of high-quality polyester velvet and cotton blackout lining, this window panel keeps the light out and provides for optimal insulation. This eye-catching high-quality drapery will add an allure to your home of stately elegance. It is made of durable material to provide years of use. The dark burgundy color emanates royalty. You will feel like an aristocrat in your own home. (revisions are necessary to bring this description to proper word count.)
- Set includes: One window panel
- Pattern: Solid
- Color options: Burgundy
- Curtain style: Window panel
- Construction: Rod pocket
- Pocket measures: 3 inches
- Lining: Polyester blackout lining
- Dimension options: 50 inches wide x 84 inches long, 50 inches wide x 96 inches long, 50 inches wide x 108 inches long, 50 inches wide x 120 inches long
- Tiebacks included: No
- Energy saving: Yes
- Materials: 100-percent polyester
- Care instructions: Dry clean
For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window.
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|Style||Classic Formal Modern|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Product Features||Blackout Lined|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Back Tab Rod Pocket|
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Got this color and the Hunter Green~ super high quality with nice plush feel... I just love these!!!Read More
These drapes keep cold out and are stunning.Read More
Absolutely love my new curtains. I was going for a home theatre feel and have achieved the look with these curtains. Several people have commented on how nice they look. I was able to use a garment steamer to get rid of the wrinkles from packaging. They block out the incoming light completely. I highly recommend these curtains for anybody wanting a home theatre or luxurious feel. Ordering was easy too.Read More
Ok, so quality, value and style are indeed all excellent. The all-cotton velvet is just sumptuous. Just. One. Caveat: These curtains are NOT burgundy by any stretch of the imagination. They are a deep and luscious PLUM, which, in my particular case, worked just as well. I was a bit disappointed b/c I had my heart and minds' eye set on burgundy, but everything else about the product is so lovely, I kept them. And as I said, fortunately plum happened to work in my application too.Read More
These drapes are of great quality. The only problem I found and why I gave 4 stars is they are a little brighter color than the photo. I am still using them for now, as they work for the theater in our home. When I redo the theater, I will change the color but keep the quality. Perfect drapes to black out ay light.Read More
I had ordered the black and navy versions of these last year and they were much better quality and much easier to work with. Amazing how much difference 6 months can make. While the fabric on these drapes is a bit softer, the lining and velvet fabrics do not align which created an ironing and hanging nightmare. They simply did not seam enough of the fabric to the lining so it sort of floats around and never quite lines up with the velvet. It was really difficult to iron and get the edges right, in fact it was impossible so I had to play with them quite a bit to get them presentable when hanging them. Also they put a weight on the bottom inside edge of each panel probably to make up for the floating liner which annoyed me having to push that around all the time. It's a shame when that much quality is compromised within such a short span of time. The only plus is that they are soft and the measurements are accurate but I still would not ever get these again. They created a lot of extra work for me and are just not worth the extra effort and price.Read More
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Hello haitranucla, we are currently out of that size. We get new inventory daily, so please check back soon. Thanks for shopping with us!
Is it possible to order this in the 84" length? The description says it is available in 84" but it does not come up as an option. Many thanks.
Hello irenespitfire, we do not currently have this in the 84" length. Items are restocked as they become available; however, we cannot guarantee that an item will be restocked. Thanks for shopping with us! A.S.
what color is the lining?
Hello maison10, the cotton lining is a neutral color. Thank you for shopping with us! Terri D.
can this curtain be hanged on rings?
We are still researching this and should have the answer shortly.
Hello riverdancehk, thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately, the information you have requested is currently unavailable. We will continue to try and answer this for you. You will receive an email notification once an answer is posted. Have a great day.
do you get two curtain panels per window?
Thank you for your question rlevine88. No, this is just for one curtain panel. Have a great day.
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