About this item
- Bold and eye catching
- Soft yet durable construction
- Machine washable
- Curtain rod sold separately
Give your room an instant update with the Threshold Farrah Southwest Curtain Panel. This curtain will stylishly frame your window and add a "wow" factor. Put this curtain in any room for a new look or a little extra privacy. It's the perfect way to accentuate your existing decor or start a whole new trend.
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 84.0 inches (L) x 54.0 inches (W)
Textile Material: 55% Cotton, 45% Polyester
Includes: 1 curtain panel
Accommodates Pole Size: 3.0 inches
Hanging style: Rod pocket
Care and Cleaning: Machine dry, machine wash
Item Number (DPCI): 068-03-3326
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Most recent reviews
Perfect for our space!
5 out of 5 stars
ErinM — 1 year ago
I searched for weeks for the "right" curtains for our large living area. Last year we painted our walls a dark castle stone grey and have struggled with window treatments to pull our mid century modern/rustic decor ideas together. These curtains are it. The olive color is gorgeous, and when the su...see moreof the reviewer's review
Picture shows two, but you only get one panel???
(would not recommend)
1 out of 5 stars
haylan — 2 years ago
My order came in the mail and I only received one curtain. I guess I didn't read the product info too carefully, because it does actually say you get one window panel. In the description it says the curtain will "frame your window" but I'm not sure how you can frame a window with one curtain... Beyo...see moreof the reviewer's review
5 out of 5 stars
StylistMama — 2 years ago
Ordered the grey for my son's nursery. They are definitely not a blackout curtain if that's what you are looking for. Instead they are a soft, filtering fabric that are a perfect compliment to a rustic, southwestern chic vibe. The grey was exactly as pictured. They are a medium grey, not charcoal an...see moreof the reviewer's review