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Easy Glide Cordless Roman Shade

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30"W x 64"L Easy Glide Cordless Roman Shade
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$24.99
Description
Our insulated Roman shades look great, block drafts and feature a unique spring loaded roller for easy, smooth up and down movement. Simple to install shades can be mounted inside or outside the window frame. Polyester face with acrylic foam backing. Imported.

• Cordless window shade
• Roman shade blocks drafts
• Mounts inside or outside the window frame
• Cordless design is safer and easier to use

Size
24"W x 64"L

Available Colors
Ivory
White
Taupe
Sage
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24"W x 64"L Easy Glide Cordless Roman Shade
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By catmomma
5
Love this cordless shade!!
Comments about Product:
Got two of these in sage for my dining room. Now I'm back for four in ivory for my living room. I like the no cord feature so I won't have to worry about my cat getting tangled in them.
By Gin
2
Does not reroll as it should
Comments about Product:
My first review ever. Bought this shade because of the 24" size. It appears to be good quality, but does not reroll once pulled down. Not enough sping action in the cordless mechanism
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