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jcpenney.com | All Seasons Blackout Rod-Pocket/Back-Tab Curtain Panel

All Seasons Blackout Rod-Pocket/Back-Tab Curtain Panel

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This beautiful curtain panel has an elegant silk-like style that brings a warm ambiance into the room.
  • helps keep light out to prevent furniture fading
  • 3" rod pocket or back tabs
  • sold individually
  • coordinating valance sold separately
  • polyester
  • washable
  • imported
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Do I need two separate rods for curtains and valence?
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The All Seasons Blackout Rod-Pocket/Back-Tab Curtain Panels use a single rods;
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They look very pretty and not chinzy/flimsy...I'm thinking of getting them in silver panels for now...do they have a sheen to them and do the panels also, have the header like the waterfall valences?
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The All Seasons panels do have a slight sheen. However, the panels do not have a header like the valance.  
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The curtain and valance go on the same rod.
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