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H.VERSAILTEX is one of leading suppliers of home textiles and ready-made curtains draperies by delivering high fashion designs, patterns, various textures, and colors in an "affordable luxury" quality that meet up today's consumers expects, let H.VERSAILTEX window coverings be the anchor of each room in your home!

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These 100% Blackout Grommet Window Curtain Panels are a beautiful decorative accessory that can be used to adorn your child’s room. Featuring vibrant colored pattern, these eye soothing curtains can match interiors of any room

    "li"Sizes: 40” x 63” / 52” x 63”/ 52” x 84” / 52” x 96” "li"Patterns: Glitter Stars on Navy Base / Glitter Stars on Pink Base / Moon and Star on Black Base / Moon and Star on Navy Base, you will be expected new coming soon "li"These curtain drapes can block out 100% of sunlight and are a unique blend of quality and style that compliment the look of any room decor "li"These wonderful blackout window treatment draperies are attractive and aesthetic, create the perfect environment for enjoying a peaceful sleeping "li"Kindly reminder: For proper fullness, panels should measure 2-3 times the width of your window

Once your kids wake up from their satisfying snooze, just take a peek at this fantastic design curtains to give you and your family the boost of energy need to start your day!

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H.VERSAILTEX Blackout Star Curtains for Kids Room Boys Girls Twi

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