Supreme Blackout Grommet Top Patio Panel With Detachable Wand
Sku # 010152720
A soft, easy care fabric completely keeps the light out of your rooms when closed, providing privacy and reducing noise for more restful sleep day or night. You'll notice they also keep your rooms cooler in the summer and warmer in winter. The panels drape beautifully, with a slight sheen to the material.

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Blue Espresso Grey Sage Sand Stone
UNIT: per panel
  • 112" wide by 84" long
  • Grommets measure 2-1/2" outside diameter
  • Panel is woven in 3 layers using a tight weave of colored yarns on the front & back, sandwiched around an inner layer of black yarns; slider panel has detachable pull wand
  • 100% Polyester
  • Imported
  • Machine Washable
  • Available in Espresso, Sage, Sand or Stone
  • Item # 52720
  • 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 grommet curtains that are approximately double, even triple the width of the window area you would like to cover.
  • For even wider windows, choose an extra pair of regular width curtains/panels.
  • Grommet panel length is measured from the very top of the curtain (not the top of the grommet) to the bottom.
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Q: My sliding glass doors are double, measuring 120 wide. What do you recommend for that width in this drape?
Asked : Aug 25, 2015 By : Angel, Pennsylvania

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Q: My window is 84 1/2 wide and 78" length will 2 panels be too much for this size window?
Asked : Aug 17, 2015 By : sparkle, Orlando, FL

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Q: I have 100" to cover (patio door and stacking area). Using your suggestion, I would need two panels - how can they be attached so I can use the wand to to pull open/close? Thank you
Asked : Jul 26, 2015 By : jabeve, bethlehempa

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Q: Is the grommet hardware color on the sand silvertone or goldtone?
Asked : Jul 22, 2015 By : Nora, Seneca Falls, NY

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Q: Can these be used on a 112 inch wide bedroom window and how many panels will I need?
Asked : Jun 13, 2015 By : Ann, Duncan, SC

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Q: What sheers do you recommend pairing with these curtains? And what rod would you recommend for the blackout + sheers? The slider has 72" width, opening on the right, if that makes a difference. Thank you.
Asked : Jun 03, 2015 By : Vicki, Denver, CO

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Q: Is the grommet hardware silvertone or goldtone on the grey?
Asked : May 15, 2015 By : LC, Roseville, CA

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Q: I have a sliding glass door that i need to cover. I need for these curtains to be black out . The sliding glass door and the area that needs to be covered measures 79 inches from top of door to bottom of floor and 105 from side to side. What sizes?
Asked : May 12, 2015 By : MM, Panama City Beach, FL

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Q: How many panels would I need for a standard (left) side opening patio door?
Asked : May 03, 2015 By : JSMart, Louisville, KY

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Q: What size rod do you need with these?
Asked : May 01, 2015 By : Shirley, Grand Rapids, Michigan

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 5 reviews)

"We have a very large living room window as well as a slider and are very pleased with these drapes as well as the heavy duty rod and wand. The staff was so patient as we shopped for these! We will be purchasing more of these for our family room very soon."
By April
Queensbury, NY
"We just hung our new Supreme Blackout curtain and like it very much. We used the Becket Collection rod as suggested because of the width of the curtain. We like the rod also. However, because of the length of the rod it has a center rod piece that the ends fit into and the curtain has to slide over it when you open and close it, but it does not slide over it when you try to close the curtain. It gets stuck and won't move until you lift the curtain over it. A different rod that's less sturdy?"
By Pat
"Totally transformed a bright room into a controlled light atmosphere. Elegant looking drapes, beautiful! I'm so very pleased with this purchase."
"I love the way the curtain keeps out the light and that it makes the room look so much nicer."
By mira
lakeland, FL
"I ordered one of these curtains a few months ago. I loved them so much that I purchased another panel. They are by far one of the best well made curtains I have ever bought. My grandmother was a seamstress so I was very spoiled with top-of-the-line curtains. These curtains are of the quality I would expect in my grandmothers work. The price is well worth it. also I know the blackout curtains were related to reduce energy costs. To my surprise they keep The heat out this is great here in Florida"