Sun Zero Barrow Energy Efficient Rod Pocket Curtain Panel,Steel Gray,54" x 84"
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- Room darkening technology significantly darkens the room, ideal for limiting unwanted light
- Energy efficient design reduces energy lost through your windows by up to 20%
- Thermal properties help keep summer heat and winter chill out of your home
- Noise reduction by up to 25% helps you get a sounder, more uninterrupted sleep
- Rod pocket design allows for easy hanging with a standard curtain rod
- Sold as One Panel
- Energy efficient/light filtering/noise reducing
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I selected these based on the color I was looking for, as well as price, non grommet, and decent width.
In short: These met all of my expectations! I love them, super lovely, even better than anticipated!
Color: I have a family room that I pretty much kept in warm colors (gold, orange, browns). I acquired a blue and brown rug that I intended for elsewhere when I decided to try it out in my family room. I liked it so much that I thought that if I could find a way to swap to these new colors with out spending a lot, I would go for it. SO I proceeded to look for plain blue curtains. The blue in the rug reminds me of a cornflower blue. When I found this Vintage Blue, I knew it was exactly what I was looking for.
Price: I normally don't comment on price, but here it was part of my selection. If I didn't find cheap enough curtains, I was not likely to make a change to my family room. This was not a need, just an impulsive want to switch things up. Curtain prices vary significantly, and I have noticed though my life that that is not necessarily indicative of quality or performance. Especially if just being used for decorative purpose. At time of my purchase, they were $7.49 a panel.
Non grommet: I don't care for the look of grommets, a lot of panel choices are those grommets. These just slide on and have solid material across the top. With this style, the option is almost always there to have the little scrunching at top, or let the panel drape down flat by sliding rod through next section down.
Width: The width of these panels are 54". This is pretty generous. I have seen panels (especially in discount stores) where the panels are as little as 20". Many are in the 36-42" range. This additional width will allow for the curtains to maintain a bit of ripple rather when closed than being flat when pulled closed. This also lends to greater privacy. Also accommodates wider area with less panels.
I didn't buy these for blocking light, but I do like having them closed at night for a little privacy (despite living in country). They are fine. They are a standard curtain to me. They do not say they are light blocking. They do say that they "blocks out SOME light", and that "Performance varies by color". My medium blue does a nice job giving me privacy and dimming the room when the sun is beating in.
I suggest that if more darkening, blocking, or privacy is needed (and you don't want stiff light blocking panels), add in another panel or two.
I included a bunch of pics! Color is closest to the photos taken further away.
edit/update: Just swinging by to say that I bought two more panels a couple months later, and the dye lot is the same. I was worried they wouldn't be, but all looks the same. PHEW!
Also note that these are NOT BLACK OUT curtains -- they are ROOM DARKENING. Agree with the other posters' photos. I put privacy film on my windows and used these curtains and it makes my bedroom feel warm and private.