Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lateada Beautiful dark green fabric
I treated myself to the extra expense of the curtains. Needed a solid green fabric but also wanted some type of slight pattern in the fabric. Was uncertain of exact fabric but was pleased when they arrived. Fabric is a raised nap material, well made & very stylish looks good on the bedroom windows.
December 25, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by kim7711 I really think they are good quality curtains for the price.
I plan on buying more items from Home Depot (perhaps more drapes) this time for my dining room. I like the curtains their very nice high quality curtains for the price. They block out light but don't completely block out the light which I like. I really like my curtains and am very happy with them. I need similar curtains for my dining room now and will probably purchase them through home depot.
October 23, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Yash excellent product
It is an excellent product.Wonderful product to use and easy to install
September 26, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Woadie Exactly what I wanted
Well made product. Nice material. Looks great hanging in window. The light from the outside shines through a little to show the detail of the design which is darker.
September 4, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by lisalovebird Beautiful panels! True to website color, but not 95" long!!
I waited about a week for these panels. I wish the shipping was a little faster, but it wasn't the end of the world. I first spotted these online at 2 other places, but Home Depot had free shipping over $50, so~of course. I LOVE the damask and the orange. The velvet damask pattern is a slightly darker orange, but has a beautiful lighter sheen in the background. It's not rust, it's definitely a deep orange, but has a light orange iridesence when the light hits it. The damask pattern is the cheaper velvet feel, kinda scratchy~but still ok. They are lined with the same orange tone backing, and they REALLY keep the room dark! I will love this because the sun rises on that window, and it's darn hot in the summer in Utah! I have blinds, but it will still help keep the heat out. They are not heavy, more on the light side, but not like "sheer" lightweight. I had bought panels from a "bohemian" market, mustard with damask orange~and my husband said they looked like his g-ma's curtains from the 60s...nice. So, I was on the hunt. I even drove to California (not just for curtains) and stopped in Vegas to hunt for some good ones. I checked EVERYTHING online, all of the major stores and even some not-so-reputable cheaper stores, looking for a low-priced deal. Couldn't find anything I liked. I considered buying some material, but a) costly for something nice and b) too much time to sew. I wanted the trendy damask, but in a classy panel for more traditional/tuscany decorating. I didn't want a solid color, because I wanted detailed texture to catch the eye. Most oranges out there right now are really bright, or more browny, rusty-looking. I have an orange car, lots of orange in my house~so I wanted a bold statement in my music teaching room. I have to say I love these, but they don't feel like a $50 panel to me, maybe $30 each. I definitely have champagne taste on a beer budget! I may have to order another pair because although I am only using them for side window decor, they are not that thick...AND it's the only thing I've found that I'm 90% satisfied with.
Ok, cons: My window is exactly 96" tall, so I had hubby hang my brackets right at that length. I considered hanging them higher, but they would have been too high at 108" AND I have a vinyl saying by J.S. Bach I paid a lot for, and didn't want to remove it. These panels are just barely 95", hence my dilemma. The panels need to barely touch the carpet. I can hang them from clips for added length, but this is a more casual look for this panel and room, and I wanted the pleats (and they are pooling a little too much on the ground with the clips). The width of each panel is exactly 42", no problem there~just need to buy another set I think to make it look fuller~and they can still be decorative side panels if I keep them to the sides. I hung my brackets 3 inches out of the window frame, so that the panels would rest against the wall and make the window look bigger. My friend suggested that I pick out the bottom hem because that's the 2 inches I will need to hang them by the back tabs. Brilliant!! However, if they were the right length to begin with, I may not have had this xtra work. Since my window is exactly 96", I was depending on that. Lesson learned, but I had to hang my rod there because the window was tall enough already, and I had a wall vinyl saying. I have not seen these sold at 108" anywhere, so no options there for hemming up anyway. If your window is 84", these would be perfect if you hang them higher to give the room more height. Also, these came out of the bag very wrinkled~still after 3 days hanging they haven't relaxed much. I will be patient on that, but I may have to tie them together or iron the back side to get them how I want. All in all, I think I found the right ones this time~I love the color, just need to get them just right. I am adding pix so you can see. This is the afternoon at my house, sun is already on the other side of the house at this time. I would have appreciated more pix before ordering.
April 29, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Glynn the curtains are beautiful. the color is more richer than the picture. My daughter loved them.
the curtains are beautiful. The color is deeper than the picture. My daughter loves them.
March 14, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cjgirlie40 Pretty curtains.
Was a little thinner than I expected for the price. They look great, but the material is thin. It is lined and well made.
May 28, 2013