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Panel LENGTH
Panel Length
panel OPACITY
Sheer window
Sheer
From lace to voile, these panels create a light & airy look without significantly diminishing natural light or completely blocking the view.
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Light Filtering
If you don’t need to block light but want a little more privacy, try light-filtering styles to complete your room decor.
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Room darkening window
Room Darkening
Ideal for darkening media rooms, bedrooms and more, these panels block glare and let you control the sunlight when you want to.
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Blackout window
Blackout
These panels ensure privacy and can be energy-efficient. They block light to create a soothing environment so you can relax undisturbed.
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panel TOP TREATMENT
Rod-pocket window
Rod-Pocket
With a pocket along the top for the rod, these create a full, gathered look and are ideal for curtains that don’t open & close daily.
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Grommet window
Grommet
With a metal ring, these slide smoothly over the rod and enhance a clean, modern look.
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Tab-Top window
Tab-Top
Easy-to-open tab-top panels are perfect for showing off decorative rod styles.
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Back-Tab window
Back-Tab
With hidden tabs on the back of the panel, this timeless style creates a tailored, pleated look.
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how to MOUNT
How to mount window
1. Determine if you will be mounting the rod inside or outside of the casement.

2. An inside mount is great for quick installation tension rods or for blinds.

3. An outside mount can create the appearance of a wider window.

4. For an outside mount, rods should extend from 1 1/2”-6” or more on either side of the window & be placed at least 4”-6” above the window frame or halfway between the top of the window and the ceiling.

5. Mounting the rod higher creates the illusion of higher ceilings.
how to MEASURE
How to measure window length
Measuring Length
Determine if you want your panel to end at the sill or below the sill, graze the floor, or puddle on the floor. Measure from the rod to the desired length and round up to the nearest 1/8”.
How to measure window width
Measuring Width
Determine if you will be mounting the panel inside or outside of the casement. Multiply the window width by 2 or 3 to determine how many panels you will need if you prefer a gathered look.