There are only 2 right now and I need 2 more. Do you have any idea when you will get more of this product? I can buy 2 for now, but I am afraid that if I can't get 2 more of the same curtains. Please let me know. Thank you.
Lovely -- they are perfect for our needs and good quality...
Signature Silver Grey Velvet Blackout Curtain Panel
Velvet window curtains add a luxurious and somewhat formal feel to any room in the home. This blackout drapery panel, which is light gray in color, features a cotton lining and does an excellent job of blocking out even the brightest light.
ITEM#: 13818870This soft heavy-pile blackout velvet curtain has a natural luster with a depth of color that creates a formal, polished look. This window panel is made of high-quality, polyester velvet with a cotton blackout lining. The heavy fabric and lining keeps the light out and provides for optimal insulation. These velvet window curtains are ideal for lending a luxurious and somewhat formal feel to your living space. The gray blackout drapery panel features heavy off-white cotton lining, which combines with the heavy polyester velvet fabric to block light and provide optimal heat insulation. The material is made using rod pocket construction durability.
- Set includes: One panel
- Pattern: Solid
- Color options: Light grey
- Curtain style: Window panel
- Construction: Rod pocket
- Pocket measures: 3 inches
- Lining: Heavy cotton lining in an off white
- 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 velvet
- 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|
|Length||108 Inches 120 Inches 84 Inches 96 Inches|
|Fabric Care||Dry Clean|
|Product Features||Blackout Lined|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Back Tab Rod Pocket|
|Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
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Lovely -- they are perfect for our needs and good qualityRead More
These are really lovely curtains. The velvet looks great, there is a strong lining (light and noise) and they just look good. Happy with this purchase.Read More
These curtains look very expensive and good hanging upRead More
I bought these for my guest bedroom in the mountains. The curtains are a beautiful color!! And, they keep the heat in, and help with our heating costs. The fabric is not a velvet, but more a suede cloth. But, they are heavy, and appear very durable.Read More
A very fresh, pretty mid-tone gray that perfectly matches our Pottery Barn bedspread. These curtains drape beautifully and "blackout" almost all of the light AND help muffle sound, since we live on a busy through street. If you have decorated with gray you know it is difficult to find a true gray that doesn't have weird pink or blue undertones. I've added a braided trim to each panel and they look like they are custom made. Love this purchase and you will too.Read More
I disagree with the previous reviewer....i think this is a very nice curtain. I ordered one of these and the one which is not black-out and has grommets (this one does not have grommets) because i wanted to compare the two. I have a modern bedroom using greys and beige/browns and wanted plain grey panels - so either of these would do the job, however i like the ones with grommets better. So although i cannot attest to the blackout ability of this curtain, i would definately recommend them in terms of quality, feel and color. And i am a picky person, so i don't say this about many curtains i have looked. If these had grommets, i would have purchased more of these because they are heavier and have the black out lining.Read More
Wow! These curtains are amazing! For the cost, I didn't expect them to be as incredible as they are. Bought these for the guest room and wanted to have a calm dark room for guests to get good rest in. They are super soft, beautiful grey and have an amazing drape to them! I'm going to be replacing my Pottery Barn curtains in our master with these eventually! Don't hesitate, you will be thrilled!Read More
These curtains are lovely. The color appears more "blue" than grey to me, but I like them all the same. The quality is good. The curtains are thick, rich, nicely lined, and beautiful. I am satisfied with the purchase.Read More
For the price they are nice. I think some of the reviewers have never seen expensive drapes before. The fabric is not the fanciest but because it is a brushed sueded fabric it looks better than its fabric grade. They aren't heavy lined as many described but they are lined. I had to steam them to get the folds out and some didn't come out completely (they arrived 5 in one small box in individual plastic zipup bags). For the price they are fine and the color was what I was looking for so I am happy.Read More
I ordered 2 panels for a window - When they came in they were 2 different colors! One is more of a silver grey while the other is a more darker grey. I love the curtains and just wished they matched! I am keeping both panels for now and ordered a third panel, hoping it will match one of the ones that I already have- and then plan to return the other one.Read More
Questions & Answers
Hello bamboo68, items are restocked as they become available; however we cannot guarantee an item will be restocked. Thank you for shopping with us.
Is there a certain type of rod that should be purchased for these since they are heavier drapes?
Hello jewel0311, this link will help you determine the kind of rod that you may need and other curtain hanging advice. http://www.overstock.com/guides/tips-on-buying-curtain-rods I hope this helps you. Thank you for shopping with us.
I just got a standard curtain rod from Home Depot. If my window were wider and I needed more than 2 curtains, I might have needed a beefier curtain rod because, yes, they are quite heavy.
Does this curtain have a tab on the back that will enable it to be hung with hooks and rings?
Thanks for your interest, It comes with a back tap with hooks on it so it can be hung with rings if desired.
The lining, what color is it? Gray? White?
The heavy cotton lining is off white.
when it says a panel is that two pieces or just one single curtain? Is it a pair set?
There is only one pieces included. It is not a set.
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