I bought these curtains for my shabby chic bedroom which has pink bedding and lots of pink accessories. At first glance I thought they looked perfect, but when I hung them the colors just looked off. I went back to the item page and found that in the manufacturer's description the colors are listed as cream and peach. And that's exactly what they are! I thought maybe they were close enough to pink, but they just didn't work. I'm really disappointed because they are great curtains in every other way. I ended up returning them.
Love these curtains! The quality is excellent and the color is deep and rich. Ordered two other styles of curtain from this same manufacturer and they were beautiful as well. Would definitely buy from EFF again.
I love these curtains. They do a great job blocking the light, and I was pleased that the Indie pink was not too pink, but more of a subtle almost mauve or coral color. There was a significant manufacture's defect in my pair, in that one panel was a good inch or two longer than the other one. You can even see in the photo here where the top portions with the floral lace were significantly different in length. However when I called, overstock customer service was great and immediately sent me a return shipping label and they are sending me out a replacement pair. This does not seem to be a common problem, so I am hoping the next pair will be defect-free.
I got these curtains yesterday, so I haven't had a chance to hang them yet. I thought the Pewter color would be more gray-tone. It's brown (brown-gray). Still works with the room, but not 100% what I thought looking at the thumbnail. I also wanted to provide some assistance to people who may have trouble with the DIY of the twist tab: The important detail is to lay out the curtain and make sure each hanging tab starts with the vertical tab (part that will go in the curtain rod) inside the other tab (which will be your twist), and that horizontal (twist) tab starts flat. From there, gather the horizontal tab fabric, twist & create the loop that you can pull the vertical tab through, and you'll create your twist detail. This does bunch the fabric at the top of the curtain, which the manufacturer markets as "making pleats" :) One reviewer noted that the twist shortens the curtains vertically; it appears to also shorten the width as well, so make sure you're purchasing enough quantity for the effect you want with your windows.
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