Habitat High Twist Voile Wide-Panel Sheer Curtains - 110x95", Rod-Pocket Top
About Habitat High Twist Voile Wide-Panel Sheer Curtains - 110x95", Rod-Pocket Top
Closeouts. With lightweight fabric and a wide-panel design, Habitat High Twist Voile sheer curtains add a clean, classical look to any room.
Specs about Habitat High Twist Voile Wide-Panel Sheer Curtains - 110x95", Rod-Pocket Top
- Style: Rod pocket top
- Panels: 2
- Width: (per panel) 55"
- Length: 95"
- Fabric: 100% polyester
- Overall weight: 14 oz.
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by azgal from arizona on Wednesday, February 3, 2016wasn't expecting too much because the price was so cheap, but these are really nice curtains. love them!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by mom of bride from Illinois on Tuesday, August 11, 2015Using as wedding decorations for outside wedding with the barn being the showpiece. bought several sets and the length and cream color were perfect!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Paula from California on Monday, May 4, 2015I confess, I am a curtain "hoarder" and you can't beat these wide and long curtains for the price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mountain Mike from California on Saturday, March 21, 2015I had to replace my sheers that were getting a bit tattered. These are great for a good price. I would definitely recommend!
Reviewed by Jane from Southern California on Tuesday, February 17, 2015I live in a beautiful community with an entire wall of windows that look out on a canal. Our little corner happens to be designed a bit poorly so that all the houses practically face each other. This was fine before but now my elderly neighbors are dying one by one and here come the real estate agents and their enthusiastic victims. The last house took 8 months to sell. Now that the second neighbor has just passed away, before it all begins again, I've got these curtains up and they're perfect. They let in most of the light but provide a hazy appearance from outside. No more looking up from my breakfast to a bunch of curious faces. Felt a bit like being a zoo animal, found myself tempted to scratch under my arms and bare my teeth. I'll still need my heavy curtains for the winter but these went up so easily, that I couldn't be happier. Yes there are some threads dangling and I strongly suggest you trim the tags off if the tops will have window behind them, but what do people expect for this price? I don't live in the Taj Mahal. My husband's a hobby mechanic with boats, motorcycles and cars to fix. We have a dog and two sons living at home still. With a coupon, I got 6 packages for $60 and covered the entire window and then some.
Question & Answer
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“How wide is the rod pocket? If the rod pocket isn't large enough for a large curtain rod, can the top seam of the rod pocket be let out to make it bigger without much hassle and re-sewing?”
It is 3 inches. I have it on a small diameter rod and it has tons of extra room. It doesn't look like it would be easy to let out the seam though.