Valetta - Mesken
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Valetta

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Measurements: Width

You have two options for entering your width measurements:

Enter the width for your curtain (in inches):


OR

Use our measurement guide to find the right width

Starting price for each fabric is based on a 40”x80” curtain.

See note if you’ve selected a pleated style.

Measurements: Length

You have two options for entering your length measurements:

Enter the length for your curtain (in inches):

OR

Use our measurement guide to find the right length

Liner Options

Unlined

Recommended for sheer curtains.

Privacy Liner

+ $15.00 / panel
Adds thickness and enhances privacy.

Room Darkening Liner

+ $30.00 / panel
Blocks 90-95% of the light for a dark-but-not-quite-pitch-dark room.

100% Blackout Liner

+ $45.00 / panel
For those who’d rather sleep in a deep cave but have to settle for a normal bedroom.

Thermal Liner

+ $50.00 / panel
Provides heat insulation using compressed polyester batting behind a privacy liner.

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Your Order Summary

  • Fabric: Valetta
  • Color:
  • Size:
  • Fullness:
  • Liner: No Liner
  • Stlye: Ring Top
  • Number of Panels:
    If you’d like to order additional curtains with the same dimensions and options you have already entered, you can do so by adjusting the quantity here.
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  • Price:
  • Room Name:

Measurements: Width

To find the right width for your curtain, first measure the width of your window frame, A.


Next, decide how far you want your curtains to extend beyond the window on each side, B. We recommend 10 inches.


We recommend a fullness of at least 2x. This means if the total area you’re covering is 50 inches wide, your fabric would be 100 inches wide. What fullness do you prefer?

Note: For pleated styles, we recommend adding 10% to your coverage width. Please also select a minimum 2x fullness for 2-pinch pleat and ripplefold and minimum 2.5x for 3-pinch pleat and European pleat.

How many panels would you like to split your curtains into?

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Measurements: Length

To find the right length for your curtain, first measure the distance from the top of your rod to the floor A,

Hint: Hanging your rod as high as possible will make your ceilings appear taller.

Since materials can stretch slightly over time, we recommend hanging your curtains so they create a small “puddle” (1-2 inches) on the floor to disguise any variance. Enter B below to indicate how long your puddle should be.


If you want to have your curtains end off the floor instead, leave B as 0 and reduce A by ½ - 1 inches.

Note: The inputs above calculate the distance between your rod and where your curtain ends. To get your actual curtain length; if your hanging style is ring top or pleated, we will deduct 1 inch from the above measurements. For grommet and rod pocket, we will add 1 inch. The length you will see in your order confirmation is your final, end-to-end curtain length.

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