This Flying Balloon Room Darkening Window Curtain Set features a combination of fun with a tranquil vibe that will please both parent and child. The flow of the balloons with their variation of patterns and choice of color will please any child of any age.
Children of all ages will love this fun and adorable Flying Balloon Room Darkening Window Curtain Set. The design adds energy to the room with balloons that appear to be floating toward the sky.
Our Flying Balloon Room Darkening Window Curtain Set combines flowing fabric with fashionable style perfect for a first big kid room or to update a school age child's room.
With the Flying Balloon Room Darkening Window Curtain Set, you will receive two panels, each measuring 84 inches long and 52 inches wide with a two-inch header. They are available in your choice of pink or blue.
These curtains are not lined but do effectively filter some of the sunlight and outside noise so that your child can get a good nights rest. A three-inch rod pocket makes installation easy as can be.
If you need to clean the Flying Balloon Room Darkening Window Curtain Set, it conveniently is safe to machine wash and tumble dry.
*Did you know? Room Darkening Curtains are not the same as Blackout Curtains. Learn more about the differences.
Part of the Flying Balloon Collection.
- Includes: 2 Panels
- Panel: 84"L x 52"W + 2" Header
- 3" Rod Pocket
- Fabric Content: 100% Polyester
- No Lining
- Machine Wash Cold In a Laundry Mesh Bag, With Similar Colors, Gentle Cycle. Use Only Non-Chlorine Bleach When Needed. Tumble Dry Low, Light Iron if Needed.
*Ships from East Brunswick, NJ.
This item is not returnable. Please read our return policy to learn more about final sale items.
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