Featuring patented Thermaback™ technology, the Eclipse Meridian Thermaback™ Blackout Curtain Panels are guaranteed to reduce light and noise pollution entering any room. The unique double-pass foam-back construction provides insulation for all your energy saving needs, while maintaining the elegance of traditional free-flowing drapes.
- Reduces both light and noise
- Eco-friendly energy savings up to 25%
- Jacquard weave with simple circular patterns
- Available in 5 colors: Black, Chocolate, Linen, River Blue and Sage
- 42” wide panels with bronze grommet rings
- Face fabric 100% Polyester – Thermaback™ 58% cotton/42% rayon
- Machine Washable
Never let distractions outside keep you from enjoying peace and quiet inside. Eclipse Blackout Curtains prevent ambient noise and lights from disturbing you at night or during the day. Laboratory tested to reduce ambient light by 99%, Eclipse Blackout Curtains have also demonstrated the ability to minimize noise pollution by 40%. In addition to blocking light and dampening noise, Eclipse Blackout Curtains insulate any room for environmentally-friendly energy savings on heating and air conditioning.
Whether you are working the night shift, live in a noisy neighborhood, or are just looking to replace old curtains, Eclipse Blackout Curtains will fit your need. Sold individually, use two or more curtains, on a decorative or standard rod, for optimal coverage and elegance. Perfect for any room in the house, this product can transform a sunlit room into the best movie theater.
The Eclipse Meridian Thermaback™ Blackout Curtain Panels utilizes Thermaback™ technology for all the same light reducing, noise dampening, and energy saving benefits as the rest of Eclipse’s renowned range of blackout curtains. The double-pass backing of Thermaback™ curtains creates a product with all the elegance and style of traditional curtains. The jacquard weave brings simple circles to life in a lively and contemporary pattern. Bronze grommets complete the modern look.
Panels are sold individually with bronze grommets that fit most hanging rods. Panels measure 42” wide and 84” long. Available in Black, Chocolate, Linen, River Blue and Sage. Fabric-face 100% Polyester, Thermaback™ 52% cotton/48% rayon. Machine wash gentle, non-bleach, tumble-dry low. Imported.
- Shipping Info
When will my order ship?
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- How to Measure Curtains
Measuring for curtains
For the best performance, your curtain track or pole should be positioned approximately 4-6" higher than the window, and be wider than your window by 6-8" either side.
Window treatments are always measured width by length, and the width is always stated first. The length is always measured from the top of the rod pocket to the bottom of the panel.
Measuring curtain width:
Measure the width of the rod from left to right. To achieve a look of proper fullness, the curtains finished width should be 2-3 times the width of your window. Less fullness will produce a more tailored look, while more fullness will create a richer appearance.
Measuring curtain length:
Measure the length of the window or area you want to cover from top to bottom. Overall curtain length, anywhere from the sill, just below the window sill or to the floor is a personal preference and need not be exact. By moving your rod up or down a little you can adjust the position of the curtain at your window.