Friday, March 8, 2013

Loving some Target Window Panels...

I am not in need of window panels... or anything at Target really!! But I had to share these gems! So cute and so affordable! It is impossible to tell the texture and color looking at the online photos (honestly, who does their website!?!) so I decided to snap some pictures while I was there. Hopefully you can get the idea. 


The next three panels are Threshold Fretwork Border Window Panels. I put my favorite color first!!

This is the "cream/gold" color, although the gold could go more a citron shade as I can see some green in it. The panels are a woven cotton and the design is embroidered giving them that "I paid too much" for these curtains look! But o contraire...these babies retail for $24.99 (54x84) to $29.99 (54x95) a panel.





Here is the "coral/tan" color. I love this one too. The coral is the perfect shade! 





And the "navy/tan". These would look great in the right room. They are for sure a heavier look but would pop off neutral walls. 



*Not pictured are two other color waves of the Fretwork Border panels; "gray/tan" and "blue/tan". 



This Nate Berkus for Target window panel below is also embroidered. It is the the perfect panel for a light and airy look that is still unique and will add interest to a room. This is the Nate Berkus, Inca Print window panel in cream. They retail for even less! $18.74 (54x84) to $29.99 (54x95) There are two other colors in the Inca design not shown; gray and brown. 





These are also Nate Berkus for Target. They are the Heathered Herringbone window panel. They are simple but I love the texture and the traditional herringbone print. They are classic but could be mixed in with a clean modern look. They come in three colors; Brown (shown), Gray (a tiny bit shown) and Tan (not pictured). They retail for $19.99 (54x84) to $24.99 (54x95)




Happy Friday! Enjoy the sunshine Indiana!!!

Cheers! {Laura}



3 comments:

  1. I love these curtains! They're simple, dainty and perfect for my living room windows! I was actually thinking of combining different treatments, and bamboo shades would go right along the cream/gold panels. ^.^

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  2. Yes that would look great! They are neutral enough to go with other textures and patterns. Let me know how they look up!

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