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With any curtain you have to place it closely to the wall in order to achieve the most darkness during daylight. I'm a late sleeper and cannot sleep in bright light, these curtains do a great job along with looking very nice & high quality. I order white and they are a creamy/ivory white which can be mixed with all shades of white including snow white. Love these curtains!...
Signature Off White Velvet Blackout Curtain Panel
Control the amount of light that filters into your room with velvet blackout curtain panels in off-white. These 96-inch panels are made of decorative poly-velvet on one side and cotton on the other, so you don't have to sacrifice style for function.
ITEM#: 13998820Soft 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: Off white
- 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. Give any space in your home a fresh, contemporary feel with these Signature off-white velvet blackout curtain panels. Hang two panels on each side of a small window to create a simple yet elegant window treatment. Use three panels along a larger window to make a dramatic decorative statement in your living room, den or formal dining room.
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|Style||Classic Formal Modern|
|Length||108 Inches 96 Inches|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Product Features||Blackout Lined|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Back Tab Rod Pocket|
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
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With any curtain you have to place it closely to the wall in order to achieve the most darkness during daylight. I'm a late sleeper and cannot sleep in bright light, these curtains do a great job along with looking very nice & high quality. I order white and they are a creamy/ivory white which can be mixed with all shades of white including snow white. Love these curtains!Read More
These are lined but still soft and flexible when they hang. They are a true dove white/off white color. They do not have any yellow tones. In fact, I think they'd look great in a modern gray home. They are made for several hanging options- I used drapery pins and then attached rings. The hems and lining are nice and it was easy to get out the wrinkles.Read More
The curtains are nice, but it looks more Soueid than velvet. I didn't care for that type of look so I returned it. I love Overstock customer service, they're always there to help you.Read More
The material is very nice and with the backing they block a lot of light. Good price for the quality. The color is a little more creamy than the photo, which appeared to have a more gray cast to it online.Read More
These are beautiful "off white" velvet-feeling curtains...They are thickly lined to block out the light and do an amazing job. They pool perfectly on the ground and look fabulous in my living room. Highly recommend these...Read More
This curtain panel is wonderfully thick and heavy. It's very luxurious and plush velvet. There are hidden tabs on the back of the curtain panel if you want to hang it that way, or you can do the pocket route, which is also included. I did rings. The rings were a little more tricky because of the hidden tabs made those areas of velvet extremely thick. There are even weights in the bottom. Very plush and high quality. My one complaint is that the curtains aren't as white as they appear in the photo. The photo shows them fairly white, against a white wall and basically matching that wall. That is not accurate. If you look at the curtains that are color "eggnog" on this site, it's fairly comparable to those. More cream/ivory/eggnog in color. The description says "off white" but the photo says "more white than not." Pay attention to the description, not the photo, and instead look at an ivory or eggnog panel for a more accurate color depiction.Read More
I ordered a pair of these velvet curtains for my bedroom. I wanted to pair them with my Pottery Barn furniture in Everyday Suede -stone color - and it was a success. The OFF WHITE color is exactly as pictured, there is no yellowish tone to it like you would find in a beige. Overall, I am very pleased with the appearance and the quality of these panels. I also own a pair of West Elm velvet curtains ( no backing ) and the quality -thickness- of these curtains is much nicer than my West Elm ones.Read More
Low quality material, this is definitely not velvet - more like microfiber. It's light and thin, not plush and heavy like velvet. Blackout liner not so thick, light still came through. Had to return it and am still on the hunt for luxurious white velvet blackout curtains - this ain't it!Read More
The curtains were exactly what we expected and really finish the room out nicely. We have not had any curtains in our master bedroom for over nine years and now we wonder why we didn't look for these curtains sooner. They look elegant and even make the room look larger. I would recommend these to anyone.Read More
Not truly blackout curtains and the fabric feels very cheap. I wouldn't recommend them.Read More
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Can you tell me if the fabric type and color is the same asthe extra wide off white drape - VPCH-VET1219?
these are amazing!!! high quality loo expensive fabric is a beautiful velvet and they truly do blackout a room!
How to Care for Velvet Curtains
Add a touch of elegance to any room with the soft, plush texture and rich, deep colors of velvet curtains. Plus, the heavy weight of velvet keeps out extra light and provides maximum privacy, making them the perfect curtains for bedrooms. However, this elegant three-dimensional fabric requires special care when used as window curtains. Read this guide for the basics of caring for your new velvet curtains.
How to Adjust Tension Rods
Curtains are a great way to accent the decor in every room in the house. Tension rods, also called spring rods, are curtain hardware which allow you to hang window curtains, wall curtains or shower curtains without installing curtain rod hardware on the walls. If an existing tension rod slips or if you want to change the curtain panels or add curtain rings, you may need to remove and adjust the rod before putting it back in place. Tension rods are positioned between two facing surfaces, such as the interior frame of a window or the opposing sides of a shower cubicle.
How to Hang a Valance and Curtains
Hanging a valance and curtains over your window will add dimension, texture and style to any room. Window curtains with a valance give your window treatments a finished, designer look. If you want to block out light, a valance and full-length blackout panel curtain is your best choice. If you are more interested in decoration and only need to block minimal light, then a valance over sheer curtains is a good choice. It's important to measure the window and decide what type of curtains you want before you buy the curtain hardware. A cafe rod will be sufficient to support a sheer curtain, but you will need a stronger curtain rod to support heavier fabrics such as blackout panels. Also, the larger the window, the sturdier the curtain rod will need to be.
FAQs about Thermal Insulated Curtains
Create privacy and save energy when you buy thermal curtains for your home. They're made of materials that provide a layer of insulation that prevents hot or cold air from entering or escaping a room through a drafty window. While thermal curtains are often made of heavy materials, like cotton or velvet, to regulate the amount of light that comes into the room, you can find curtains in a variety of fabrics that go with any room decor. Learn more about these curtains by reading the answers to frequently asked questions about thermal curtains.
How to Install Blackout Curtains
Blackout curtains can keep a room cool and dark even when it's bright and sunny outside. A completely dark room is a wonderful thing if you have a job that requires you to work all night or even if you just want a dark room for watching a movie when it's light outside. In addition, blackout window treatments help you conserve energy by keeping heat in and cold out or vice versa. You have two choices when it comes to installing blackout curtains: You can buy curtains that come with blackout liners already sewn in, or you can add panels of blackout fabric to the curtains you already own.
How to Drape a Scarf Valance
The flowing beauty of a scarf valance adds character to home window treatments. With many ways to drape a scarf valance, it is simple to change the look in each room of the home. Whether the scarf valance is positioned over panels of drapery, sheer curtains or blinds, it adds color and texture to the room. Discover a few basic instructions that will yield a swag-style scarf valance using swag hooks. The instructions may be modified to create a variety of creative valances.
How to Choose Curtains and Drapes for Your Home
Picking out the best window coverings for your home may not be rocket science, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't put some consideration into what you choose. Instead of buying curtains based strictly on looks, think about the way you want the curtains to hang and the amount of privacy you want them to provide. Keep these tips in mind as you shop for new curtains or drapes.
How to Create a Bishop's Sleeve Window Treatment
A bishop's sleeve window treatment is a single curtain panel that has been tied in several places to make it look like the billowing sleeve seen on formal bishop's sleeve blouses, which is fuller at the top and gathered at the end. A bishop's sleeve window treatment looks best in formal living rooms or dining rooms and can be done easily using curtains you already have. You can create this look yourself in a matter of minutes.
How to Care for Curtains
Adding style and privacy to your home is easy with the right curtains for your windows. It's also easy to keep your drapes and curtains looking great for years to come with the proper care. Whether you need to clean delicate sheer curtains or keep your lined curtains from losing their crispness, the following suggestions will help you preserve your favorite window treatments. Read on for tips on caring for curtains.
Tips on Using Cloth Shower Curtains
Shower curtains drastically change the look of a bathroom, and cloth shower curtains can take bath decor from mediocre to magnificent. Cloth shower curtains, also known as fabric shower curtains, have been around for ages, but they lost some of their popularity to vinyl shower curtains in the last few decades. Cloth shower curtains have reemerged as one of the most sought after bath products in recent years. While vinyl shower curtains are practical and low cost, a cloth shower curtain is a great choice if you're concerned with making your bathroom a place you love to be.
Best Types of Curtain Fabric
Curtains are the perfect way to dress up any room in your home, adding color and style to windows and giving you privacy at the same time. If you are looking to add curtains to your home, you might be interested in having something completely unique while also saving money by sewing your own curtains. You can make curtains in a short time with a simple pattern, a sewing machine and quality curtain fabric. Each type of the many curtain fabrics available has its own benefits. Our tips on the best types of curtain fabric will help you to know which material is best for your windows.
Best Curtain Rod for a Bay Window
It's easy to add draperies to a wide bay window with a sturdy curtain rod. Since bay windows feature several panes of glass that form a curved polygonal shape, it can be a challenge to find the right curtain rods. Fortunately, this guide will help you find the right curtain rod for your space, whether you want a double curtain rod for layering your curtains or a swing-arm curtain rod you can pull away from the window. Read on for tips on finding the best curtain rod for a bay window.
Tips on Buying Window Treatments Online
Installing new window treatments is an easy way to change the look of a room; however, shopping for window treatments can be difficult if you're not sure what to look for. There are several things to think about when selecting the right window treatments or curtains for a room. Using the following tips should help you choose the right blinds, curtains or drapes for a room.
Curtain Rods for Every Style
Everyone has windows, which means everyone can use curtain rods to show off their personal home decor style. Curtain rods come in a huge range of styles, meaning there's a style of rod for virtually every home. If you are in need of some new curtain poles for your home or apartment, read through the article below, which is certain to teach you about curtain rods for every style.
Shower Curtain Buying Guide
After towels, shower curtains are an essential bathroom accessory. Shower curtains serve several purposes. The right shower curtain will not only maintain your privacy and keep your floor dry, but it will also improve the overall look of your bathroom. There are several things to note when shopping for a shower curtain. This shower curtain buying guide will help you pick a shower curtain that will keep water off the bathroom floor while contributing to the decor of your bathroom.
How to Hang a Curtain Rod from the Ceiling
Hanging a curtain rod from the ceiling is an innovative and simple way to add drama to any room. This method can make ceilings appear higher, add interest to otherwise boring windows or act as a room divider with the right curtains. Whether you want a double curtain rod for hanging layered curtains, a wooden curtain rod for a rustic vibe or an iron curtain rod for a traditional look, the following suggestions will help you install the right rod and hardware.
How to Install a Shower Curtain
With all of the many different shower curtains and liners, curtain rods, rings, and hook sets, it's easy to find the perfect shower curtain combination for your bathroom. The question now is how to set it all up once you've found it. Although most shower curtains are a standard size, you can also opt for slightly longer varieties, and you can always make use of differing heights of rods and use shower curtain rings to create the length you want.
How to Pick Curtains
Curtains can add a distinct feel or the finishing touch to a room. Whether the room is undergoing a complete remodel or just needs sprucing up, the selection of window curtains can add or distract from the desired outcome. Things to consider before selecting curtains are the room they will hang in, color, style and design elements such as curtain hardware and embellishments. Consider whether the curtains are more functional or ornamental in use.
Tips on Buying Curtain Rods
Update your living room, bedroom or kitchen when you buy curtain rods to hang your new window treatments. Whether you need corner curtain rods to dress up a corner window or a swing-arm curtain rod to create a partition in your studio apartment, you're sure to find the right rods and curtain hardware for your space with the following suggestions. Read on for tips on buying curtain rods.
How to Measure for Curtains
Curtains add privacy and style to a room, but before you buy a set, you'll need to know which size is right. You'll find that curtains usually come in lengths of 63 inches, 84 inches, 95 inches, 108 inches, and 120 inches. The length you choose will depend on the look that you want as well as the placement of your curtain rod.
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