Dimensions (Overall): 95 inches (L) x 54 inches (W)
Textile Material: 100% Cotton
Includes: 1 curtain panel
Textile construction: Plain weave
Hanging style: Rod pocket
Light filtration: Light filtering
Care & Cleaning: Machine wash, air dry
Item Number (DPCI): 068-03-4746
The Sketched Triangle Curtain Panel Gray (54"x95") from Threshold blends a casual pattern with dignified drapery. This drapery panel showcases gray triangle art and has a rod pocket to make it easy to hang.
Love the pattern and fabric of this curtain. Unfortunately, it's no longer available in the length I now need, but I'm going to try a different color and hope it coordinates well enough with an adjacent room. The Project 62 rings work well with these.
I can't even tell you how long I have been looking for the right curtains so I am glad to finally be done with the search. I needed three 95" panels and lucked out and found these in the store which is not easy to do as most are 84" in the stores. I think they compliment my room very well and brighten it up a bit which is exactly what I was looking for. I hung mine from rings and like the look. I still need to iron them but thought I would let them hang for a few days first. The pattern is not overly busy and gives just the right touch of pizazz. Quality is great and I am very pleased with them!
Let me say, these compliment my pewter walls! Very pretty and absolutely love them! The only problem I had is I had ordered two panels. One panel was perfect, the other (very weirdly) was half of the gray design.. and the bottom half was the yellow. I ended returning and purchasing a new panel. I’m glad I did not spend more money on a more expensive curtain!
I would like to give these curtains five stars because I really love the design and the price but.....the sewing is a problem. I just did my entire house and one thing I noticed as soon as I hung a few up is that the 84" or 95" measurement is approximate. Some may be off by as much as 1" shorter or longer. I need to rearrange one set because I ended up with one that was 96" and the other is closer to 94" so it obviously looks a little funny. Also when I measure where to put the bar and where the bottom of the curtain should hit, it rarely ends up hitting that mark. But I guess this is what you get when you have cheap curtains.