Brighton Curtain Panel
Decorators & our customers like to shop by color.Why?
Links To Decorator's Favorite Draperies By Color :white, Blue , Blue , Grey , Grey , Gold, Navy, Taupe & Black & white
- Each panel sold separately
- Our Room Darkening Unlined panel partially reduces the amount of light coming in.
- Optional Blackout Liner, filters 99% of light
- Noise and thermal insulation
- Machine or hand washable at the water temperature of below 86F. No bleaching. Low ironing.
- Drapery rods and rings sold separately See them >
- Fabric color may differ slightly from photos due to different monitor settings.
Great for any space in your home
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The damask drapes are the o�
The damask drapes are the only print drapes that I have ever seen that I actually liked. They're edgy and contemporary without being stuffy.
These are FANCY. This patte�
These are FANCY. This pattern is just super chic and high-end. Definitely not a casual vibe. Like, if yoiu like a damask print and red like me, this print will deliver. So happy.
These look fabulous in my n�
These look fabulous in my new Miami AirBnB rental unit. I have actualy gotten questions from customers as to where I got them. Get a kick out of it everytime!
These drapes in black white�
These drapes in black white grey are stunning! Great addition to my blue livingroom. Really tied my design scheme together.
These drapes keep my room d�
These drapes keep my room dark at night and aren't **** haha so many blackout drapes come in bad patterns, but not the this pattern. Makes me feel like a million bucks.
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