Blackout Rod Pocket Curtains - Pair

Sku # 010150BO
Item # 50BO
Designed to keep light out, they also have insulating value! Plain, straightforward tailored curtains with a big benefit. They help to create close-to-complete darkness in a room, promoting more restful sleep. To order a special length, please call us at 1-800-456-0321.
4.15

(based on 10 reviews)

$29.95 - $59.95
FIRST, SELECT COLOR:
Natural Off White
THEN, SELECT SIZE:
$29.95 - $59.95
UNIT: per pair
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  • 90" wide per pair
  • 1-1/2" rod pocket
  • 1-1/2" heading
  • 100% acrylic foam backing
  • Easy-care Cotton/Polyester
  • Machine Washable
  • USA Made at our own Factory
  • Exclusive
  • To order a special length or width please call us. 1-800-456-0321, Toll-Free, 24/7.
  • Available in Natural or Off White
  • Item # 50BO
  • How to Measure information
  • Measuring & Selection Tips videos
  • Using a metal tape measure or a wooden yardstick, measure the width of the window area you would like to cover, typically from bracket to bracket
  • For proper fullness, order curtains that are approximately one and a half times to double the width of the window area you would like to cover.
  • For even wider windows, choose an extra pair of regular width curtains/panels.

To achieve the look shown in the main image we used the following item(s):

  • Blackout Rod Pocket Curtains - Pair
  • Sheffield Adjustable Rod
  • Sheffield Pineapple Finials
  • Sheffield Quiet Clip Rings
  • Please note: the picutre shown here, we’ve used these Blackout Curtains with a Rod and Clip Rings. Another option is to use the Rod Pocket (which measures 1-1/2") on these curtains.
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Q: Does the natural color have a white backing from the outside of the house or does it have the same natural color.
Asked : Nov 28, 2016 By : amy, Cape Coral FL

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Q: Do you have to use clips? What is the difference?
Asked : Aug 18, 2016 By : Suzanne, Princeton

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Q: is each panel 84" wide or is the pair a total of 84"
Asked : Mar 21, 2016 By : ben, Tampa

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Q: I've bought these curtains only to find they're very stiff and don't "drape" much. My windows are only 36" wide, compounding the issue. Will they soften with washing and ironing, enough to work in this width? Thanks.
Asked : Feb 25, 2016 By : DLG, Maine

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Q: I want these curtains in the 84" and used with the Sheffield rod, clips, and layering rod for sheers underneath. Will this work? At what height from the ceiling do I mount the brackets? I have 8' ceilings.
Asked : Dec 20, 2015 By : Jane, Anderson, SC

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Q: What size of curtain rod do I need? I am not going to use the clips.
Asked : Sep 23, 2015 By : king, Laverne, OK

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Q: Does the length include the 1.5inch header and the 1.5inch rod pocket? For example, if I bought the 63inch length curtain, would the curtain measure exactly 63inches if I laid it out flat and measured it.
Asked : Aug 08, 2015 By : allison, Boston, MA

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Q: Does the length include the 1.5inch header and the 1.5inch rod pocket? For example, if I bought the 63inch length curtain, would the curtain measure exactly 63inches if I laid it out flat and measured it.
Asked : Aug 08, 2015 By : allison, Boston, MA

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Q: Are these 2 panels or one?
Asked : Jul 06, 2015 By : reggie, richland, wa

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Q: How many clip rings per panel should I plan on using?
Asked : Jul 06, 2015 By : Brenda, Blaine, WA

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.15

(based on 10 reviews)

5.05
"We love these curtains in our bedroom. They insulate and block out the light. I had to buy rod clips because the rod pocket was too tight to move across the rod to open and close these curtains. Now they are a breeze to open and close and have a nice drape to them. We are purchasing these again for another bedroom but will get the tab curtains instead of the rod pocket curtains to save on the expense of having to buy rod clips. "
By Angela
Monroeville, PA
3.05
"I was expecting these to be more like a fabric and less like a shower curtain. I bought these a little long and they don't lay very nice on the ground. I didn't find ironing them to be that big of a challenge, just a little time consuming. I'm waiting on getting my rings, which will lower them even more, and I'm definitely going to have to hem them at that point. Still haven't decided if I'm going to return them."
3.05
"More industrial-feeling that I expected. They black out the light really well, but I wanted more of a fabric feel that the black out feature. Very stiff."
5.05
"I would have rated this curtain one star while ironing out the folds. The two pair that I purchased must have been at the bottom of the bin. Finally, I discovered that a damp press cloth on the back side (an absolute no-no) & then a hot iron & very damp press cloth on the right side did the trick. Now that the curtains are hung, they deserve 5 stars. Natural color blocks ALL daylight & they look very nice at the bedroom windows."
1.05
"My curtains did not come looking ironed nor did a light steaming get the wrinkles out especially in the corner folds. Very difficult to iron. They also don't slide easily on a rod. It was a fight. I'm guessing that's why they're shown with rings. I really hate them but they're on the windows while I wait for the rings I ordered. Another expense. I should have ordered the tab top but who knew. "