5 Stars Blackstone Tie-Up Shade

from MS on wrote:

Lightweight yet gives total blackout for use in bedroom. Thought I would give these a try while on glad I them!!!

5 Stars Blackstone Tie-ups

from PA on wrote:

I bought them to block the sunlight in my bedroom.

5 Stars Wonderful Selection

from PA on wrote:

Best solution I could have found for a hard to cover window. New apartment, small, tall bedroom window facing out to a semi-lite parking lot. This is the perfect curtain a tie-up black out panel! Who knew! Washed up so very nice, I did press it off just slightly. I am very pleased. And the price was great. Did buy other curtains from Touch of Class I am very well pleased with also, found a new shopping joint!

3 Stars Bought 2 panels for bay window

from on wrote:

Bought 2 panels for my 73" wide bay window. Found that after hanging and tieing up the ribbons there was a gap between the two panels which is not really eye-appealing. I wonder if I should have bought 3 panels??? I have pinned the top of the two panels together, however I think I'm still going to look for a curtain that is all in one piece for the bay window.

5 Stars Blackstone Blkout Shade Tie-up

from TX on wrote:

Great fabric that blocks out more sunlight than the sun-blocking drapes I had on my windows. Does not wrinkle after un-ting. Received lots of compliments.

5 Stars blackout

from NJ on wrote:

easy way to add color and block out light

5 Stars

from MI on wrote:

these work great...there is a street light outside my bedroom window and these block the light completely

5 Stars Very Happy!!

from MD on wrote:

I was very happy with these curtains. They look just as the photo in the book.

5 Stars

from on wrote:

Love the curtains look great in my bathroom.

5 Stars exaxtly what I was looking for I'm wndering if u have any vakances in the sme co

from IL on wrote:

no dislikes they were what I wanted

3 Stars Not 40" !

from VA on wrote:

The material is wonderful, and I love the look. But the width is more like 36". I will keep them, but they would look better if they were wider.

3 Stars Almost Blackout

from FL on wrote:

The top of the shade has double the fabric and only that part is truly "black out" the rest of the fabric from the tie string down to the bottom filters the light. The shade should be double the fabric entirely and not just the top.