The simple, casual Weathervane Thermasheer(TM) Curtain Panels provide a sure way to let in natural light. Polyester curtain panels have a thermoplastic urethane backing, have certified UV protection, and help reduce energy costs by blocking exterior cold and heat. The Linen color has hints of brown. Panels are sold individually; each is 50"W and has a 3" rod pocket. Machine wash. Imported.
• Specify Linen, Sage, Steel Blue, or Terra Cotta
• Choose 63"L, 84"L, or 95"L
• Use alone or under your existing curtains
• Shown in main image: 2 Thermasheer(TM) Panels
• Click on the Styling tab for curtains to use with these sheers
• FREE Swatch available
Weathervane Thermasheer(TM) Curtain Panels are polyester with thermoplastic urethane backing. Imported.
Machine washable; follow manufacturer's instructions.
Order a FREE fabric swatch. Fabric swatches allow you to see actual colors and textures before you place an order. You may request swatches for up to 3 items. Please call Customer Service at 800-457-7456 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
. Be sure to include your name, mailing address, item name, item number, and swatch color(s).
The Weathermate Thermalogic(TM) Curtains (search B031-001) can be used with these sheers.
The Thermasheer(TM) Panel in Linen can be used with the Weathermate Curtains in Chocolate or Khaki.
The Thermasheer(TM) Panel in Sage can be used with the Weathermate Curtains in Sage.
The Thermasheer(TM) Panel in Steel Blue can be used with the Weathermate Curtains in Blue or Navy.
The Thermasheer(TM) Panel in Terra Cotta can be used with the Weathermate Curtains in Terra Cotta.
Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)
Bought these for our bedroom. The only thing I don't
like is they are hard to slide on the rod.
I think they will help keep the room cool this summer.
The curtains I bought were not of good quality and the material appeared cheap, which is why I returned them ASAP.
I wanted a cool airy look for summer to replace heavy drapes. I hang six panels together as a divider between two rooms and hang two panels on each of the living room windows. They are very light and it is the look I wanted except for the thermal backing. I can't help thinking I have hung shower curtains at my windows. The interior six panel curtain between rooms is most upsetting because the back reflects light and looks very tacky.