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eclipse Thermalayer Blackout 1-Panel Dixon Window Curtain

$41.99 - $53.99
Regular $69.99  - $89.99
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Give your window treatment a chic new look while managing light with this stylish eclipse blackout Dixon curtain.

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  • 1 curtain
  • Midweight
  • Blackout feature
  • ThermaLayer backing: multiple layers of thermal fabric
  • Rod pocket
  • 1.5-inch. max rod diameter
  • 3-in. Back-tab top treatment
  • Matte style finish
  • Trellis pattern


  • Polyester, linen
  • Machine wash
  • Imported

Attention: each panel is sold separately. Image displays two panels.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great value, hard to match I got an awesome deal for these... they're really great quality, which I've realized more and more as I've purchased other curtain options to try out for our living room redecoration project. The lining makes them thick, true blackout curtains. They're plenty wide enough for two to cover our large panel of three windows. I'm not sure yet if we'll keep them though... the pattern is bold so it's easy to clash if there are other patterns in the room. The background color is also kind of in no man's land between white and cream.
Date published: 2018-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I can sleep past sunrise now! These curtains do exactly what they're supposed to do: block most of the light that would come through other curtains on my east-facing bedroom window. They are well made of a very nice fabric, and look elegant in my bedroom. They can be hung using the rod pocket for a gathered effect, or the back tabs if you prefer a more formal drapery appearance when pulling the curtain to one side. By mounting them with the Umbra rod, I can even eliminate the light that usually gets in at the sides, and the Umbra is so close to the wall that the line of reflected light at the top and bottom of a curtain is minimized.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall nice midweight type curtain. This curtain blocks out most of the light. In the morning sun, on my east facing window, I can see the outline of my window through the curtain. The rest of the day it is pretty dark. These comments are subjective and each person may have a slightly different idea as to the darkness level. It has darkened my room. It certainly 100% blocks out the view. I like them. I put them in the dryer to help remove the wrinkles for about 10 minutes and I'd suggest only do this for 1 or 2 minutes and take them out right away. My curtains became a little saggy and not crisp. Maybe you should try ironing the wrinkles out for a crisper look.
Date published: 2017-05-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Issues with length I bought both four 63" panels for my living room and three 84" panels for my sliding door. The length of the curtains is not only different between panels, there is actually one panel that was 64" on one side and 61" on the other. I plan to deconstruct the curtains and put the back together so they are all the same length.
Date published: 2017-01-10
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