Our Easy Glide Bamboo Window Treatments And Optional Liners are attractive and functional. With a patented easy-glide system and ring-tab tops, the Bamboo Panels lay smooth and flat when extended, then "fold" in neat pleats when you want to let light shine in. Coordinating cotton banding on all four sides. Imported.
Add our optional liners—available in two styles—for better energy efficiency and light control. The Blackout Liners are great for bedrooms, blocking out light and reducing outdoor noise for a better night's sleep. Our Insulated Liners help to regulate your room temp by blocking cold winter drafts and the hot summer sun. Both styles attach easily to the back of the panels with hook and loop fasteners on the top and sides. Polyester face, acrylic backing; machine wash. • Bamboo window treatments with easy-glide, lay-flat design • Eco-friendly bamboo is durable and attractive • Panels lay smooth and flat when extended, fold neatly • Coordinated banding on all sides • Optional Blackout Liners and Insulated Liners available • Versatile, four-season window treatment
Available Colors Driftwood Espresso Tan
Sizes 24"L and 36"L Tiers come in 24"W pairs Panels are 40"W in lengths listed Valance 48"W x 12"L Liners are 40"W in lengths listed
Shipping Cannot ship to a PO Box. Ships within the 48 contiguous states only.
84"L Easy Glide Solid Bamboo Panel
36"L Easy Glide Bamboo Tiers Pair
63"L Easy Glide Solid Bamboo Panel
24"L Easy Glide Bamboo Tiers Pair
48"W x 12"L Easy Glide Bamboo Valance
84"L Blackout Liner
63"L Blackout Liner
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Comments about Product: My 63 inch curtain only measures 60 inches. Just be fore warned.
Comments about Product: They are perfect for my lower level patio doors. They are easy to hang, fit the space perfectly and fold flush to the wall with plenty of room to open the door. I also liked the liners which will help keep the cold out this winter. These panels have clean lines, well made, and add a soft contemporary touch to the area. Exactly what I expected.
Not quite a fit
Comments about Product: Bought the insulating liner and blackout liners for a set of 3 bamboo panels. The liners connect by Velcro fasteners on the panels. Haven't tried the blackout liner but none of the insulating liners fit the panels without forcing a curl in the panel. The liners are too narrow and too short so attaching them causes the panel to deform and look odd.
Comments about Product: Just what I ordered it's a definite must if you need privacy especially at night
Comments about Product: It is a fine product got just what we paid for but if you need privacy definitely order the liners
Just What I Needed
Comments about Product: Love this...has the easy installation...allows for privacy along with insulation.
Comments about Product: I purchased this product for a bedroom located in the front of the house. Because I wanted to focus on the astheticly pleasing look of the bamboo from the outside I didnt purchase the privacy liner available. Inside, it filters the light just enough and still lets you see outside. Downside is, anyone can see inside pretty darn well at night, but I expected that.You'd need to add a layer of curtian inside to provide any privacy inside at night.
would buy again but need blackout liners
Comments about Product: If you purchase you should wash blinds with Murphys oil soap & water to get rid of smell,also wash liners from being shipped. Also purchase blackout liners to keep in heat & blackout if in bedroom. Cons- smell from being shipped and dusty. If you wash give about a week for smell to go away!
Comments about Product: Value for the price.
Perfect curtain for my patio doors
Comments about Product: Items received as advertised. They are hung at dining room patio doors in an open area with kitchen and living room; They are perfect with existing window treatments.
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Adds Texture to a room
Comments about Product: I'm very happy with these bamboo drapes. I close them on hot days to filer the sun and it really makes for a beautiful setting as I can still see the trees and landscaping outside. That said, these offer no privacy to use at night. With a light on inside the house, you can see right through them from the outside. Also, these are heavier than some curtains so if you keep them at one end of the drapery rod as I do, be certain the other end is securely screwed into the rod holder or it will tilt out of the holder. I'm using them for two sets of sliding glass doors and one set of large windows in my living area. If the weave were a little more dense, I think it would afford some privacy at night. I did purchase the blackout liners for one set of panels that gets more intense sun and they work well, but I still prefer a bit of the open weave look more than the completely dark look with the liners.
I would buy this product again
Comments about Product: Great service. Answered delivery backorder questions
Excellent value on exceptional product
Comments about Product: I bought the Easy Glide Bamboo Tiers for the windows in my home office. Well-made and durable, these tiers fold into neat and tight pleats when you push them aside. Even when closed, the construction allows a pleasing amount of daylight and a veiled view of the outdoors. These tiers ensure the privacy of my office at night, and leave the top portion of the windows free for an unobstructed view. Plus - they're environmentally friendly! Very pleased.
Comments about Product: I bought three of the long panels to cover a large two-sided walk-in closet opening that did not have doors on it when I moved in. I hang them on a long rod and it looks neat when closed, and is easy for me to access either side of the closet. These panels are VERY lightweight, unlike the others that I bought at first, which were grommets at the top, making them unwieldy to move aside when opening. These move quite easily and look VERY nice. Perfect solution for my problem.
Exactly As Represented
Comments about Product: These bamboo shades are just as they appear. Color is accurate, they are very nice quality, the material for the trim is well sewn and looks nice. The do allow some light in however, and if you stand close, you can see into the room from the outside, so they don't offer complete privacy without the liner, but good enough to shade a room and give a general sense of privacy. I really like how when open, they fold pretty flat, so they don't take up much room at all. Much better than the vertical blinds they replaced. I have no idea what the other reviewer is referring to however with the mention of "end caps" and "finials not necessary..." These are shade panels, there is no rod included. Also, remember to get TWO, the price is per panel.
Comments about Product: What a pleasant surprise in the quality & look. I bought these for a bathroom, being bamboo. Perfect.
Just wish they were lined.
Nice looking panels
Comments about Product: These panels are a great value compared to custom shades, and look very nice. They are not completely private, so use in a room where complete privacy is not needed is good. They are easy to install, and with the end caps that come with them, you don't even need to add finials - unless you want to. I am looking to add the insulating liners as soon as they are available
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The Olla: A Brief History
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.
When used to irrigate plants, an olla is buried neck-deep in the ground near a plant’s roots, with the opening of the olla extended above the soil so that it can be filled with water periodically. The porous walls of the unglazed pottery allow the water to seep through gradually, constantly and consistently hydrating the plants without overwatering them – and without wasting precious water to evaporation or runoff.
The use of ollas for irrigation was introduced to the American Southwest by Spanish conquistadors during Colonial times, becoming very common among Native American tribes and Hispanic settlers. Though the technique gave way to more modern methods of irrigation some time ago, its superior efficiency, coupled with its simplicity, has caused it to make a comeback. Though the technique has changed little since its introduction, today’s ollas are usually capped off, making them even more water-efficient.
Perfect for home gardens, Ollas are a super-easy, eco-friendly, less time-consuming way to water annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetables and plants of all kinds in dry, sandy soil, very hot or drought-prone areas, raised beds, and even pots, planters and hanging baskets. Fill the olla before you leave on a short vacation to enjoy worry-free watering – and a smaller water bill!