Commonwealth Home Fashions Harris Curtains - 110x84", Grommet-Top
About Commonwealth Home Fashions Harris Curtains - 110x84", Grommet-Top
Closeouts. Available in many room-enhancing colors, Commonwealth Home Fashions' Harris curtains are easy-to-install grommet tops in a tweed-like fabric that lends a clean, sophisticated finish to any room.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by cagroll from Star Valley, WY on Monday, October 21, 2013Overall these drape panels actually do look like a good quality. I was needing a teal color fabric to redo curtains in our 5th wheel, and thought these being teal would work. Totally wrong though. These "teal" panels are a light blue/gray color and clashed SO bad with what I was needing them for. The price is decent, I'd just recommend buying these before trying to match a paint or additional color with them.
Reviewed by Kpacific from San Diego on Thursday, July 25, 2013I purchased these in sage for my guest bedroom. They look great. I have a tropical quilt on the bed with various greens/palm fronds. The sage curtains match very well. The herringbone fabric has a good feel and weight. Some light does come through, but it doesn't bother me. I'm very happy with my purchase.
Reviewed by K-Town Shopper from near Knoxville, TN on Wednesday, April 3, 2013These are nice curtains, if you like tweed. Think suit herringbone, which is the pattern and texture of these curtains. Nice, I kept a black pair to use between the kitchen and pantry (they're really dark grey with black herringbone pattern). The color blush, however, is kind of pink with a grey and black tweed pattern, which I didn't really like.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Westaussie from Western Australia on Wednesday, February 13, 2013Used these in my spare bedroom perfect...
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Donna 'bo bonna from Midway, UT on Wednesday, January 23, 2013I admit, when I first looked at the curtains in the package, they weren't what I was looking for. They looked too gray. Then I hung them for a few hours and noticed how the blue really shown out. The "teal" is really a soft light blue and they're a beautiful accent in my bedroom. Even though they're not "blackout curtains" they sure do block the light (and half the price)! I'm happy I decided to keep them.