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Galleria Window Treatment by Croscill


Impeccable elegance reigns over your room with the Galleria Window Treatment by Croscill. Polyester window treatment displays a patchwork motif of scrolls, paisley, damask, chenille florals, and lattice designs. Stunning shades include spice, wine, gold, bronze, and taupe. Lined Curtains include tiebacks. Each Ascot Valance has bottom tassel fringe. Window treatment has 3" rod pockets. Dry clean. Imported.

• From Croscill
• Shown: 1 Curtain Pair & 3 Valances
Galleria Window Treatment is polyester. Imported.

Dry clean.
Window Treatment has 3" rod pockets. Curtain Pair, 82"Wx84"L. Each Ascot Valance is 40"Wx21"L.

Galleria Window Treatment by Croscill

Save 20% when you buy 4 or more on select pieces from Galleria Bedding!

Galleria Tailored Curtain Pair Spice 82 x 84


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Galleria Ascot Valance Spice 40 x 21


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Review Summary
(Based on 5 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Carolyn from OH wrote on January 25, 2019

The fabric for the Galleria Red Comforter Set and Drapes is a heavy weight. The comforter fits great on our 360 Sleep Number bed. The colors are dark rich browns, reds, and gold’s. Highly recommended.

karen from MI wrote on August 17, 2018

I have two pair on either side of my twin Victorian bed. Four valances all together, hanging over deep green velvet behind the bed. I used these for an entire wall; very dramatic. I plan on doing all four windows to match the wall. Wish you could see a picture.

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Mr from OH wrote on February 08, 2013

Excellent color and quality and speed of delivery.

Naomi Elam from GA wrote on May 22, 2012

It adds class to the bedroom

lovely but wish it was a drapery
lady glen from NY wrote on January 18, 2012

i originally bought the curtains to have the fabric to cover a couple of chairs in our bedroom, but since the color is darker than what i had thought, our existing drapes didn't match well, so i'm using the curtains as curtains. they are a bit stiff [i'm trying to get them to hang using drapery pins] and the white plastic round rings on the tie backs show when you attach them [i'll probably switch to my own gold tassel tie backs] and after a week, one of the white rings broke. we have red blinds and the curtains do look incredible with them. our window is very wide, so couldn't buy the valence, but i'd recommend it if it fits your window because it will hide the stiffness and difficulty the curtains are having draping just right. red works really well as an accent solid color if you're looking to coordinate a solid with the print.