Silky-soft polyester & cotton-blended construction
Light-blocking foam backing
Classic rod pocket
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 63 inches (L) x 42 inches (W)
Textile Material: 80% Polyester, 20% Cotton
Backing Material: 100% Polyester, Foam
Textile construction: Plain weave
Hanging style: Rod pocket
Light filtration: Blackout
Care & Cleaning: Machine wash, iron as needed, machine dry
Item Number (DPCI): 097-04-4366
Twill, Light Blocking Curtain Panels from the Pillowfort Collection brilliantly complete your child's reimagined room decor. These beautifully draping curtains don't just look great - they're also lined with light-blocking foam so they might even help get you and your early riser a few extra minutes of sleep in the morning!
Love these curtains! They are thick and perfect for my 3 year old son's room. However, I ordered a qty of 2 at the exact same time and they are two different shades of navy blue when hanging up! So weird and that's why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5. Now I have to order a 3rd to see which one it matches better and will be returning the other.
These are exactly what I was looking for. They are truly blackout curtains which is not true for most curtains that say they are. I got the orange and they are exactly as shown. I would recommend these curtains. They are a nice, heavy, light blocking curtain.
Worked great. I was brave and washed them - no problems and saved me a lot of ironing time. It does let off a lot of lint, which I wasn’t expecting for a polyester mix but they did. Didn’t leave them in the dryer long and let them air dry mostly.
Perfect for my son’s room to keep it dark.
I did notice that the navy blue from one package varied slightly from the other - likely a different dye lot. Not noticeable enough for me to be concerned though.
Overall for a kid’a bedroom worked great.
These CANNOT be washed! I washed them as the tag stated, and they fell apart in the washer. Lint balls were everywhere, I had to clean out my washer and the dryer afterwards. Then had to go through two lint rollers to make them look “okay”. Save yourself the trouble and buy another brand that isn’t made so cheap.