Closeouts. For a fresh, country-inn look to your interior, try Habitat's scalloped lace curtains with attached valance -- a beautiful way to frame a window, with or without shades or blinds underneath.
Reviewed by Plane Jane from New Orleans, LA on Wednesday, February 6, 2013
I bought these curtains to use in a bedroom I redecorated when my 93 year old mother moved in. Usually I don't use curtains, preferring blinds, but I thought lace would create a nice old fashioned look for her, and filter the light from our subtropical sun. They do the job. These curtains are not great lace,and I was surprised that the bottom edges were just cut, not hemmed in any way, but a plus is that they are so wide that one panel is plenty for a 32" window, so with three sets I was able to do two bedrooms, each with three windows. If you don't look close they look very pretty.
Reviewed by Kat from Chicago, Illinois on Tuesday, February 5, 2013
I ordered 10 panels. Of the 10 panels, 3 were defective. Two of the panels were not properly stitched at the pole insert on the top. I will most likely keep them and stitch them myself. Another panel had a black grease spot on the ruffle at the end. I washed the area by hand to get the stain out. Since I did not pay a lot for the panels, I am not too bothered by the product. They look nice when they are hanging and they serve the purpose for which I purchased them.
Reviewed by Dr. Lew from Albuquerque, NM on Sunday, April 15, 2012
I have had trouble finding acceptable curtains to cover windows with blinds in the kitchen and bath. These curtains will need to be shortened but they are a lovely accent to these refinished rooms. The existing blinds are functional but not particularly attractive. These curtains are light, sophisticated and well made. A small investment to have a big impact.
Best Uses: Kitchen, Perfect for bathroom
Describe Yourself: High-end Shopper
Pros: Attractive Design, Beautiful Material, Easy To Hang, Great Color, Quality Construction