wholeHome CLASSIC(TM/MC) Marcela ''Faux-soie Back-Tab Panel avec mousse Accompagnement
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Le panneau imitation soie à envers en mousse « Marcela » Whole Home Classic marie fonctionnalité et élégance. Le pli-tapissier traditionnel propose un aspect doux et fluide qui s'agence à une variété de décors. Revers en mousse réduisant les coûts d'énergie tout en augmentant le confort. Seulement chez Sears!
Envers en mousse imitation soie 100 % polyester
8 passants au dos de 2 (l) x 4 po (L) chacun,supplémentaire a large 14 onglets de retour
Ourlets 1 po aux côtés et 3 po au bas, mesurées à plat
Prendre 2-3 fois la longueur de tringle pour la bonne ampleur
Bloque la lumière jusqu’à 100%, réduit les bruits de l’extérieur jusqu’à 12,9%, réduit la perte de chaleur jusqu’à 100%
Laver à la machine à l’eau froide, au cycle délicat. Ne pas javelliser, sécher à la machine à basse température au cycle délicat. Repasser à basse température
*Allégation provenant d’une comparaison avec une fenêtre à vitre simple non couverte d’une parure. Le taux d’énergie économisée grâce à cette parure de fenêtre est limité à la fenêtre seulement et non au coût total des dépenses énergétiques du client
Disponible en 96 po de large pour les fenêtres actuelles plus large
Rated 5 de
Best thing you can buyI just got these curtains they are completely room darkening this is what I have been looking for for years you can not go wrong with these curtains.the price is good too you know the saying you get what you paid for!!!
Rated 4 de
Marcela Faux-silk Panel curtain foam backPurchased tab-top style. Good as insulator of sound and temperature. Tab-top letting light in at top. Takes long time hung up to have wrinkles fall out despite steaming them. Allow extra panel length to ensure window is well covered for room-darkening effect. 3 times width for fullness too much for darkening effect, better with 2 times window width.
Rated 5 de
Great blackout curtains.If you are looking for blackout curtains, these panels will work for you - I have mine hanging on a west-facing window and you can't even see the window through them.
My only suggestion is to hang them as close up against the window as you can. Find a rod that does not stick out too far from the wall as that gap is where the light will come in at the top, the sides and the bottom - where the curtain is not touching the wall.
(My curtains hang down far past the window sill and light still trickles out there as my rod is not close to the window.)
But you can't see the window through these curtains - they really do block the light.
If you want ultimate light bockage, you can hang these with a rod that is 3" from the wall, and then you could install a pull-shade underneath (we use a combination of both when we want to have the window open a bit but still block as much light as possible while allowing airflow).
Date de publication : 2013-06-24
Rated 2 de
DisappointedI ordered these curtains in the 63" length in white and returned them the very next day. Although the length was perfect the white was a bluish white and the curtains themselves are very stiff almost like heavy duty shower curtains. I normally do not order curtains, these curtains were ugly and the picture provided by Sears is not what they really look like. I'm only giving 1 star because the length was exactly what I wanted and the delivery was fast.
Date de publication : 2013-06-19
Rated 4 de
DrapesMy hubby and I were looking for drapes like these, and they are hard to come by, but, Sears had them, and they are easy to take care of!!
Date de publication : 2013-06-18
Rated 5 de
Excellent curtains - wrong shade of white for meThese panels are an excellent value and great if you're looking to block out light. Unfortunately, they are the wrong shade of white for me. Because they're faux-silk polyester, the white doesn't look as warm as a cotton-white, so it doesn't suite the room that I'm putting them in. So, if you're looking for a cool tone, these are great.
I would like to purchase Marcela back-tab panels. The window is
261 cm wide, (and 84 inches long) and the current curtain rod is not
sturdy enough to support blackout curtains. Could you recommend a curtain rod
sold by Sears that will support this weight and that is wide enough?
As the Sears associate mentioned, there are many options for curtain rods that will hold blackout panels.
If you are able to, just install a centre support (most longer rods include one) and that will provide enough support - even on longer rods up to 144" using 6 drapery panels.
Wondering what the difference is between foam backing and a blackout curtain. On another curtain the following description is given: "Foam backing: Blocks out 99.9% of light; Reduces outdoor sound by 48.7%; Reduces heat loss* by 47%". I'm wondering if that applies to this drapery (marcela faux silk foam back) as well.
I am not sure which curtains you are comparing these to, but I bought another set of curtains that claimed: â¢ Blackout panels: Blocks out 99.9% of light, Reduces outdoor sound by 45%, Reduces heat loss* by 45%
and they were not in fact, blackout panels, nor did they block 99.9% of the light as claimed.
These Marcela panels DO block out the light though as stated.
Just make sure to hang them close up against the wall as any gaps on the sides, top/bottom where the curtain is not touching the wall will let some light in (even if hanging far past the window).
Make sure your curtain rod does not stick out far, just far enough that you can slide the curtains is best.
Please be advised that our supplier confirms that the wholeHome CLASSIC (TM/MC) 'Marcela' Faux-silk Foam-back Back-tab Panel have a white backing.
Thanks for shopping at Sears and have a great day!
Please be advised that we do not offer colour swatches for the Whole Home CLASSIC (TM/MC) Marcela' Faux-silk Foam-back Back-tab Panel. Please note that the existing colour swatches can be enlarged by clicking the link provided under the colour choices. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Thanks for shopping Sears and have a great day !
I plan on using the Crown Style bay window rod sold by sears. I have 3 windows with space inbetween each window. Total length to be covered is 174 inches. Will this rod hold the weight of the 4 panels? Each section is 57", 59", 58" for total of 174 inches.
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