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EFF Velvet Blackout Window Curtain

$111.99 - $153.99
Regular $159.99  - $219.99
$95.19 - $130.89
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$95.19 - $130.89

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Give your windows an elegant update with this EFF Velvet Blackout curtain.


  • 1 panel
  • Pinch pleat design
  • Drapery hooks included
  • Rod pocket
  • 3-in. max rod diameter
  • Lined
  • Midweight


  • Velvet
  • Dry clean
  • Imported
  • Manufacturer's 30-day limited warranty
  • For warranty information please click here

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

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beautiful drapes These drapes are gorgeous and completely black out the light. They look great on the traverse rod, hung with hooks. The color is a true chocolate brown, with a white liner that faces the window. They are very heavy. Each panel is very short in width, so we had to buy 6 panels to cover the living room window. Until I have time to stitch them together better, this does create gaps unless I fuss with them to overlap. One panel was cut slightly incorrectly, a bit cross grain, so it doesn't lay quite flat. It's got a bit of a twist. All in all, they are good enough, and it's very hard to find drapes to hang on a traverse rod.
Date published: 2017-12-29
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