Custom Solid Color Flax Texture Curtains

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Custom draperies are elegant, beautiful, and have various fabric options. We promise to manufacture only the highest quality custom curtains and deliver them in business 10 days.

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  • Header Type
      • Triple Pinch Pleat

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      • Pencil Pleat

      • Grommet Silver

      • Grommet Antibrass

      • Grommet Silver Black

      • Back Tab

      • Tab Top

      • Single Rod Pocket

      • Dual Rod Pockets

  • Measurements (For Each Panel)

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    Size Per Panel

    TIPThe size you fill in is for one piece of curtain, if you need more than one piece of curtain, you just need to click "+" in the quantity.

    Width:Measure entire curtain fabric. Back Tab Curtains should using 1.25-2.0x fullness

    Length:Measure from the very top of curtain to bottom

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Customer Reviews

Based on 41 reviews
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Caleb Dalton

 Finally a set of off white curtains I like! These are warm enough to where they don’t look yellow nor do they look white. It adds warmth to our living room. I did have to steam it once hung up but the wrinkles seem to stay away after. I’d recommend getting 4 panels for fullness.

J
Joe Goldsmith

Perfect!! AND I thought I’d have to steam to get wrinkles out!! I didn’t… just hung them up!

C
Chad Monaghan

I got them for my floor to ceiling windows. They were too long and not wide enough. I was so mad because the matched my decor perfectly. The curtains are slightly sheer. The quality seemed great. It was well made.

K
Kaitlan Knapp

I wanted a nice light filtering curtain for our guest suite.
These make the room feel more open but provide privacy as well.
I’m very happy with these. I love them more than the blackout curtains, they replaced, that made the room too dark & heavy.

A
Audrey Burnett

I really like these curtains. The color and fabric was great but they do not provide enough privacy at night when our lights are on. You could see in our house from outside. If you are looking for total privacy I would not buy these but if that's not an issue I would totally recommend the curtains. They look great. I'm sad they did not work out for me.

Z
Zakk Mcgrath

These curtains are really nice. I knew to expect that they are fairly sheer. I wanted the light to come through, so no disappoint there. The grommets are securely attached and evenly spaced, though larger than I anticipated. I'm using a one inch drapery pole, but could have gone thicker. The wrinkles are falling out fairly quickly. I hung them so the drapes gather just a little on the floor and they look great, much better than I anticipated. I'm very pleased.

R
Rosemarie Hoover

These NICETOWN Natural Linen Curtains for Windows are indescribably gorgeous. Even though it's a linen polyester blend, they truly appear completely natural. They are very flowy and let light in while still providing privacy.

These curtains are what showed me I have a lot of subpar curtains that I want to replace with more of this stuff. Very nice, I'd buy this.

A
Abid Ventura

I love the look of these linen curtains in Natural. They are good quality. The picture is early morning light from a west facing window.

A
Alexis Baird

I usually sew my own curtains but I was offered this set through the Vine program and I have a lot of windows that need curtains. I was so happy with them that I bought two more sets.

They are a nice linen/polyester blend. They could use a light ironing, but I’m lazy.

For me, they are the perfect medium between truly sheer and blackout curtains. They let in light, but not so it’s glaring, which is wonderful for me in a bedroom that gets strong morning sun but don’t want curtains that make the room dark.

They are good price. If I sewed them (and bought the grommets), I would have paid more than thirty dollars. I wanted a good plain linen or linen-look curtain and that’s what I got.

Highly recommended.

M
Mylie Cherry

I’m very happy with my purchase. Beautiful curtains. The color is like the picture perfect for my bedroom

  • Product Information
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    Why You’ll Love Them

    Airy Touch

    The gauze-like fabric of these curtains lends an airy feel to your rooms

    Pairs well

    It’s compatible with all of our curtains to make a luxe, designed look for windows. A dreamy choice in the bedroom or living room
     

    Product Features

    Light Filtering

    Extra Softness

    Work Well With Layers

    Easy Care

    Protect Privacy

    Description

    Sheer shades are lightweight and flexible. This curtain offers a thin layer to filter light which is the perfect solution for anyone who seeks the best of both privacy and light control. The fabric is highly versatile, allowing you to easily modify the filtration of natural lighting.

    Specification

    Multiple choices:   Customize size (Available from 20" to 200" in height and width respectively) 、multiple color and curtain header type.

    Material:   100% imported high-quality polyester.

    Header type:    GrommetPencil PleatRod PocketDual Rod PocketsBack TabTab TopDouble Pinch PleatTriple Pinch Pleat

    Package Included:   1 piece of curtain

    Care Instructions

    Hand wash, max 86°F

    Do not bleach, do not tumble dry

    Warm ironing the back only

    Do not dry cleaning

    Do not use fabric softener to protect the fabric

     
  • Grommet Top
    Rod Pocket & Back Tab
    Top & Bottom Grommet
    Double Rod Pocket
    Single Rod Pocket
    Tab Top

    Measurement of Curtain Width

    Recommend Fullness

    If you already have a pole installed, measure its full length, and our recommended fullness ratio is 1.5-2 for creating waves and folds when it’s closed. 

    Recommended Curtain Width = Curtain Pole Length x Fullness Ratio

    If you do not have a pole yet, follow the steps below to measure the pole length and calculate the recommended curtain width:
    1. Measurement A

    Measure the full width of your window; if it is in a recess, measure the full width of the recess.
    1. Measurement B

    For a recessed window, you’ll need to decide whether you’d like to have the curtains inside the recess or above. If you want your curtains above the window, you need to decide how far your curtains will over-hang the wall on each side of the window. This would normally be around 8 inches each side to make sure the curtains open widely.
    1. Measurement C

    Add up Measurements A+B+B from steps 1 and 2, this will give you the desired curtain pole length. Please do not include curtain pole finials for measurement C.
    1. Recommended curtain width

    Finally, multiply C by 1.5-2, depending on the fullness you would like to have.

    Recommended Curtain Width = 1.5 to 2 x Measurement C 

    Measurement of Curtain Length

    Sill Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 1.2" to achieve sill length.

    Below Sill

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 7.2” to achieve below sill length (about 6” below your window sill).

    Floor Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the floor and then add 0.2" to achieve floor length (about 1” above the floor).

     Example

    Measurement of Curtain Width

    Recommend Fullness

    If you already have a pole installed, measure its full length, and our recommended fullness ratio is 1.25-2 for creating waves and folds when it’s closed.

    Recommended Curtain Width = Curtain Pole Length x Fullness Ratio

    If you do not have a pole yet, follow the steps below to measure the pole length and calculate the recommended curtain width:       1. Measurement A
    Measure the full width of your window; if it is in a recess, measure the full width of the recess.
           2. Measurement B
    For a recessed window, you’ll need to decide whether you’d like to have the curtains inside the recess or above. If you want your curtains above the window, you need to decide how far your curtains will over-hang the wall on each side of the window. This would normally be around 8 inches each side to make sure the curtains open widely.
           3. Measurement C
    Add up Measurements A+B+B from steps 1 and 2, this will give you the desired curtain pole length. Please do not include curtain pole finials for measurement C.
           4. Recommended curtain width
    Finally, multiply C by 1.25-2, depending on the fullness you would like to have.

    Recommended Curtain Width = 1.25 to 2 x Measurement C 

    Measurement of Curtain Length

    Sill Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 1.2" to achieve sill length.

    Below Sill

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 7.2” to achieve below sill length (about 6” below your window sill).

    Floor Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the floor and then add 0.2" to achieve floor length (about 1” above the floor).    

     Example

    Measurement of Curtain Width

    Recommend Fullness

    If you already have a pole installed, measure its full length, and our recommended fullness ratio is 1.5-2 for creating waves and folds when it’s closed.

    Recommended Curtain Width = Curtain Pole Length x Fullness Ratio

    If you do not have a pole yet, follow the steps below to measure the pole length and calculate the recommended curtain width:       1. Measurement A
    Measure the full width of your window; if it is in a recess, measure the full width of the recess.
          2. Measurement B
    For a recessed window, you’ll need to decide whether you’d like to have the curtains inside the recess or above. If you want your curtains above the window, you need to decide how far your curtains will over-hang the wall on each side of the window. This would normally be around 8 inches each side to make sure the curtains open widely.
           3. Measurement C
    Add up Measurements A+B+B from steps 1 and 2, this will give you the desired curtain pole length. Please do not include curtain pole finials for measurement C.
           4. Recommended curtain width
    Finally, multiply C by 1.5-2, depending on the fullness you would like to have.

    Recommended Curtain Width = 1.5 to 2 x Measurement C 

    Measurement of Curtain Length

    Sill Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 1.2" to achieve sill length.

    Below Sill

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 7.2” to achieve below sill length (about 6” below your window sill).

    Floor Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the floor and then add 0.2" to achieve floor length (about 1” above the floor).    

     Example

    Measurement of Curtain Width

    Recommend Fullness

    If you already have a pole installed, measure its full length, and our recommended fullness ratio is 1-2 for creating waves and folds when it’s closed.
    Recommended Curtain Width = Curtain Pole Length x Fullness Ratio
    If you do not have a pole yet, follow the steps below to measure the pole length and calculate the recommended curtain width:

          1. Measurement A

    Measure the full width of your window; if it is in a recess, measure the full width of the recess.

           2. Measurement B

    For a recessed window, you’ll need to decide whether you’d like to have the curtains inside the recess or above. If you want your curtains above the window, you need to decide how far your curtains will over-hang the wall on each side of the window. This would normally be around 8 inches each side to make sure the curtains open widely.

            3. Measurement C

    Add up Measurements A+B+B from steps 1 and 2, this will give you the desired curtain pole length. Please do not include curtain pole finials for measurement C.

            4. Recommended curtain width

    Finally, multiply C by 1-2, depending on the fullness you would like to have.

    Recommended Curtain Width = 1 to 2 x Measurement C 

    Measurement of Curtain Length

    Sill Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 1.2" to achieve sill length.

    Below Sill

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 7.2” to achieve below sill length (about 6” below your window sill).

    Floor Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the floor and then add 0.2" to achieve floor length (about 1” above the floor).  

     Example

    Measurement of Curtain Width

    Recommend Fullness

    If you already have a pole installed, measure its full length, and our recommended fullness ratio is 1-2 for creating waves and folds when it’s closed.

    Recommended Curtain Width = Curtain Pole Length x Fullness Ratio

    If you do not have a pole yet, follow the steps below to measure the pole length and calculate the recommended curtain width:       1. Measurement A
    Measure the full width of your window; if it is in a recess, measure the full width of the recess.
           2. Measurement B
    For a recessed window, you’ll need to decide whether you’d like to have the curtains inside the recess or above. If you want your curtains above the window, you need to decide how far your curtains will over-hang the wall on each side of the window. This would normally be around 8 inches each side to make sure the curtains open widely.
            3. Measurement C
    Add up Measurements A+B+B from steps 1 and 2, this will give you the desired curtain pole length. Please do not include curtain pole finials for measurement C.
            4. Recommended curtain width
    Finally, multiply C by 1-2, depending on the fullness you would like to have.

    Recommended Curtain Width = 1 to 2 x Measurement C 

    Measurement of Curtain Length

     

    Sill Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 1.2" to achieve sill length.

    Below Sill

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 7.2” to achieve below sill length (about 6” below your window sill).

    Floor Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the floor and then add 0.2" to achieve floor length (about 1” above the floor).  

     Example

    Measurement of Curtain Width

    Recommend Fullness

    If you already have a pole installed, measure its full length, and our recommended fullness ratio is 1-1.5.

    Recommended Curtain Width = Curtain Pole Length x Fullness Ratio

    If you do not have a pole yet, follow the steps below to measure the pole length and calculate the recommended curtain width:       1. Measurement A Measure the full width of your window; if it is in a recess, measure the full width of the recess.        2. Measurement B For a recessed window, you’ll need to decide whether you’d like to have the curtains inside the recess or above. If you want your curtains above the window, you need to decide how far your curtains will over-hang the wall on each side of the window. This would normally be around 8 inches each side to make sure the curtains open widely.        3. Measurement C Add up Measurements A+B+B from steps 1 and 2. This will give you the desired curtain pole length. Please do not include curtain pole finials for measurement C.        4. Recommended curtain width Multiply C by 1-1.5, depending on how much of fullness you would like you would like to have.

    Recommended Curtain Width = 1 to 1.5 x Measurement C

     ②

    Measurement of Curtain Length

    ⒶSill Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 1.2" to achieve sill length.

    ⒷBelow Sill

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the bottom of the window and then add 7.2” to achieve below sill length (about 6” below your window sill).

    ⒸFloor Length

    Measure the distance between the top of the pole to the floor and then add 0.2" to achieve floor length (about 1” above the floor).    

    Example

  • Shipping & Production

    ·All Curtains are custom made to your specifications and typically ship 1 to 3 business days after ordering.

    ·All orders are placed on a 24-hour hold before being sent to the factory to allow changes to be made on measurement or color, if necessary.

    ·Please allow 6 to 8 additional business days for shipping.

    ·Free shipping on all orders inside the contiguous United States.

    ·Expedited shipping time does not change the production time.

    Expedite Your Order Today

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  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 41 reviews
    90%
    (37)
    7%
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    C
    Caleb Dalton

     Finally a set of off white curtains I like! These are warm enough to where they don’t look yellow nor do they look white. It adds warmth to our living room. I did have to steam it once hung up but the wrinkles seem to stay away after. I’d recommend getting 4 panels for fullness.

    J
    Joe Goldsmith

    Perfect!! AND I thought I’d have to steam to get wrinkles out!! I didn’t… just hung them up!

    C
    Chad Monaghan

    I got them for my floor to ceiling windows. They were too long and not wide enough. I was so mad because the matched my decor perfectly. The curtains are slightly sheer. The quality seemed great. It was well made.

    K
    Kaitlan Knapp

    I wanted a nice light filtering curtain for our guest suite.
    These make the room feel more open but provide privacy as well.
    I’m very happy with these. I love them more than the blackout curtains, they replaced, that made the room too dark & heavy.

    A
    Audrey Burnett

    I really like these curtains. The color and fabric was great but they do not provide enough privacy at night when our lights are on. You could see in our house from outside. If you are looking for total privacy I would not buy these but if that's not an issue I would totally recommend the curtains. They look great. I'm sad they did not work out for me.

    Z
    Zakk Mcgrath

    These curtains are really nice. I knew to expect that they are fairly sheer. I wanted the light to come through, so no disappoint there. The grommets are securely attached and evenly spaced, though larger than I anticipated. I'm using a one inch drapery pole, but could have gone thicker. The wrinkles are falling out fairly quickly. I hung them so the drapes gather just a little on the floor and they look great, much better than I anticipated. I'm very pleased.

    R
    Rosemarie Hoover

    These NICETOWN Natural Linen Curtains for Windows are indescribably gorgeous. Even though it's a linen polyester blend, they truly appear completely natural. They are very flowy and let light in while still providing privacy.

    These curtains are what showed me I have a lot of subpar curtains that I want to replace with more of this stuff. Very nice, I'd buy this.

    A
    Abid Ventura

    I love the look of these linen curtains in Natural. They are good quality. The picture is early morning light from a west facing window.

    A
    Alexis Baird

    I usually sew my own curtains but I was offered this set through the Vine program and I have a lot of windows that need curtains. I was so happy with them that I bought two more sets.

    They are a nice linen/polyester blend. They could use a light ironing, but I’m lazy.

    For me, they are the perfect medium between truly sheer and blackout curtains. They let in light, but not so it’s glaring, which is wonderful for me in a bedroom that gets strong morning sun but don’t want curtains that make the room dark.

    They are good price. If I sewed them (and bought the grommets), I would have paid more than thirty dollars. I wanted a good plain linen or linen-look curtain and that’s what I got.

    Highly recommended.

    M
    Mylie Cherry

    I’m very happy with my purchase. Beautiful curtains. The color is like the picture perfect for my bedroom