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95%26quot;L x 104%26quot;W Thermalogic%26trade; Anna Grommet-Top Curtain Pair
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Thermalogic™ ThermaLace™ Anna Insulating Grommet-Top Curtains

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95"L x 104"W Thermalogic™ Anna Grommet-Top Curtain Pair
$69.95 - $89.95
Our Thermalogic™ ThermaLace™ Energy-Efficient Curtain Pairs combine a traditional, all-over lace design updated with grommet-top styling and lined with an insulated back panel that repels heat in the summer and stops chilly drafts in the winter. Each panel features eight antiqued-brass grommets.

Thermalogic™ Curtains block out up to 95.3% of light, reduces outdoor sound by up to 46.3% and reduce heat loss as much as 44%. A great investment for any room of your home! Imported. Machine wash, line dry.

• Thermalogic™ ThermaLace™ Curtains
• 100% polyester fabric with energy-saving thermo-poly backing
• Sold in pairs; 8 antiqued brass grommets per panel
• A great alternative to lightweight, non-insulating sheer curtains and drapes
• Protects against heat loss, drafts, sunlight and noise
• Machine washable

63"L x 104"W
84"L x 104"W
95"L x 80"W

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By Genny
Lace grommet-top curtains
Comments about Product:
These look really really great They look wonderful in my dining room. I love them very much!
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Olla (Spanish, pronounced “oh-ya”) jars have been around since ancient times. Made of unglazed ceramic, ollas traditionally have short, narrow necks with wider bodies, and are made in a variety of shapes. They have been used for thousands of years for cooking, storage, and plant irrigation.

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