Rated 4 out of 5
Â by Fenchurch Beautiful, But Too Expensive
I bought these at full price and while I'm happy with their look, I think they were too expensive for what they are. Since they aren't lined, they look cheaper than they should. The design itself is lovely and really brings something to the room.
September 9, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5
Â by maddhatterslab Beautiful print, but not worth the price
I fell in love with these curtains, but after reading the reviews, I've been on the fence on whether or not to order them. Finally, I gave in and purchased them, thinking I would return them if they were as truly awful as the other reviews make them sound.
When they arrived, I definitely see what the other reviewers were talking about. They're not bad fabric, but for nearly $100 per panel, they're not worth it. I think the thing I was most disappointed about was in the description it mentioned a batik print, but it more resembles a block print (though probably done by machinery).
Still, I've looked high and low and cannot find a similar-patterned curtain. After taping them up in the room, I decided the print looks perfect for what I want. At $50 per panel I would have been over the moon about these, but again, for the price... I'm happy I bought them, but jeez! So I skimped on the curtain rods, and the knobs I bought to use as tie backs were on sale, and I think it's close to all evening out in the end.
If you're in love with the print, go for it. If you're not in love, find something else.
January 12, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5Â by CarmellaJ Not Anthropologie Quality
I love Anthropologie's curtains. They are covering three different windows in my home. The midnight curtain did not meet Anthro's high standards. Although the print on this panel is nice, the quality isn't there. The linen is thin and stiff and the panel I received was unlined. The description says that it comes with a cotton lining. I am not sure if this is a typo, or if mine was missing the lining. I decided to return this piece.
January 14, 2010