These blackout panels from Whole Home fall beautifully when hung and effortlessly enhance any room where the benefits of blackouts are wanted. Energex blocks out 99.9% of light, reduces outdoor sound by 48.7% and reduces heat loss by an astonishing 47%* - making it a cost-saving and green decor option for every season.
Polyester with a silky sheen
Crafted with special weave with black yarn sandwiched between 2 fabric layers to increase light blockage
8 tabs per panel
3" heading; 2 ½" rod pocket
Energy smart styles : keeps any room dark for a great night's sleep, blocks out light up to 98.9%, reduces outdoor sound up to 55.3%
Dry clean only
Order 2-3 times rod width for proper fullness
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*Claim based on comparison of a single pane window not covered by a window covering. Total energy saved by this window covering is limited to the window being covered, not the total energy costs of the consumer
Rated 5 out of
Blocks sunlight & nice materialI have a living room facing south & needed curtains to block the sunlight. The curtains (toasted wheat color) look very good. Wanted to buy a 2nd set, to fill out the full length of my rod & they were sold out;had to put semi-sheers instead (to fill the middle area of curtain rod). It works since they are all of the same color family.
Date published: 2013-11-24
Rated 4 out of
Energy savingFits our window well and does block light and cold really we'll. wish it came with grommets instead of tabs though. Otherwise very happy.
Date published: 2013-11-09
Rated 5 out of
Simply gorgeous!Great quality, beautiful colour. Was it exactly what I was looking for.
Date published: 2013-09-05
Rated 5 out of
Date published: 2013-08-21
Rated 3 out of
Only Room DarkeningI purchased the Earth Brown drapes and they are a nice fabric but not room blackening as stated. They darken the room but do not totally block the light.
I only say I would not recommend to a friend because they did not blacken the room. If a person was not looking for that feature then they are fine.
Rated 5 out of
Love these blackout/weather, sound proof DrapesThese drapes with the back tab ( 2 12" rod pocket, 3 " heading)for pleating, foam backing when closed are terrific. Each panel is 55' wide ( I bought 2 for the window). They are not too thick or stiff as I have seen in other stores. I love how they keep out the outside street lights for sleeping at night. The color 'Earth brown' go perfectly with our blue and brown bedspread. These were in the 'Beautiful views' catalogue at a great price for the product that also cuts back on heat, cold and sound.
How wide are these it says 55' is that per panel or both panels? And does one come with both panels
Asked by: SamSam123
Yes, it is 55' per panel and each of it has 8 tabs.
Answered by: Spade
Date published: 2014-08-20
curious about "Moon Rock"
There is only the 'swatch' of the colour, and no picture of the curtain, so it's hard to get a good idea.
I'm looking for a grey that's on the pink/mauve side, not yellow nor blue.
Is Moon Rock a grey or more of a beige?
Asked by: colourconfused
Moon rock is a greenish grey. The wholeHome CLASSIC(TM/MC) 'Diamond' Embossed Blackout Grommet Panel, found at the following product link, is offered in a mulberry grey colour.
The wholeHome CLASSIC(TM/MC) ''Masquerade'' Insulated Grommet Panel is offered in a dawn mauve colour.
Thanks for shopping Sears and have a great day !
Answered by: kas311
Date published: 2014-03-19
Is this available in stores
Can I purchase this in store as well?
To obtain information regarding stock in a retail store, please contact your closest Sears store for resolution as we do not have access to that information.
Please use the following link to view our store contact information or go to our website www.sears.ca and click on Store Locator at the bottom of the page.
Thanks for shopping at Sears and have a great day!
Answered by: cgc89
Date published: 2013-07-08
Out of stock panel
Hi , do you know when the "white" whole home back tab energex panel will be in stock ?
Asked by: Joliou19
Please be advised our supplier was unable to fill the demand for the Whole HomeÂ®/MD 'Energex' Blackout Back-tab Panel in white. Our supplier has not given us an expected date of when we would have more in stock.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Thank you for shopping Sears and have a great day!
Answered by: ldh85
Date published: 2013-07-06
Foam Back Curtains: stiff? too thick? hard to move?
Hi, I'd like to buy the most energy-saving lovely-looking drapes for my living room window. I need to be able to pull them almost completely out-of-the-way during days, to see the view (and stay put in about a foot of space). They can't be too stiff, and they'll daily be opened and closed.
1. Would foam-back curtains work for this situation?
2. Is there an alternative?
3. Any suggested brands or products?
Thanks a lot for any help you may provide.
Asked by: Draper
1. Foam back curtains are meant to save energy, it should work.
2 and 3. They are more stiff than some of the other energy efficient curtains here. I have similar goal as you do. I have looked at both "Energex" and "Danielle". I like both of them better than foam backed curtains. Energex has a satin sheen to it on the front, while Danielle feels more like linen. The back of both materials feels like suede. Good quality. Energex is thicker and heavier than Danielle. They say you need to order more material for the latter for proper fullness. They have different color selections, which basically dictated my choice between the two types.
These also serve as blackout curtains. They are great for bedrooms. I have tried on a red colored Danielle in my living room. It looks lovely but the living room is very dark, as expected. I want to have the option of drawing the curtain close during the day to block summer sun, without the room being too dark. Bone color seems to do the job for me. Hope that helps.
Answered by: Lookingforcurtain
Date published: 2012-12-13
Can you iron the fabric?
Hello. I have windows with width twice as wide as that of a single panel and I would have to stitch up. With this type of material, is it alright to iron the panels? What is the best way to stitch them up? Thanks.
Asked by: Lookingforcurtain
I absolutely needed to press them when they arrived and they have a few creases to "fall"out
Answered by: kcmca
Date published: 2012-11-29
number of panels available for curtains
I want to buy curtains but the webpage doesn't tell me how many panels are available for the product. Can you tell me this? They are energex curtains, 54" wide by 84" long. What I need to know is do I have to select 3 or 6 items.
The Whole HomeÂ®/MD 'Energex' Blackout Back-tab Panel shown on this page is a single panel measuring 56" wide with 8 attachment tabs per panel.
Thank you for choosing Sears.
Answered by: sparkx
Date published: 2012-11-07
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