Dani Designs Co
Off White Small Front Door Window Curtain
Please order the finished curtain size 3" wider and 4" longer than the actual glass size.
This Front Door Curtain Is not a roman shade! It's even better...no cords and no holes. Fast and easy installation with no hardware needed.
Needing something to cover your Front Door, French doors, patio doors, or even your office doors? Dani Designs Co French Door Curtains are exactly what you need. This functional curtain gives you the versatility of a casual look all the way to a very fancy look. The simple design installs in seconds using only a Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Hook & Loop Fastener strip, ELIMINATING the need for hardware, cords, breakable parts, etc.
When the curtain is down, you will have your privacy along with light control. When you want it up, you hand fold or roll it in a matter of seconds. It is then held in place by two straps secured with hook & loop fastener strips.
These small front door windows come in all sizes. They are normally wider than they are long. The top valance is 4" and when rolled or folded up the curtain hangs down approximately 6". We know there are many different sizes of Front door windows, so please contact us if you need a size different than this.
We recommend the finished curtain size be 3" wider and 4" longer.
NOTE: If you are ordering custom, please just put the size that you need in the notes section.
-Installs with hook & loop fastener strips in seconds, no holes in the door
-No hardware needed
-Folds in multiple ways (roll, fold)
-Cordless - CHILD SAFE
-New and innovative design
This fabric is 100% cotton. We do not recommend washing this fabric. We recommend spot cleaning only. This fabric lets some light through (but is not "see-through") and give full privacy. If you'd like blackout, please just select "Yes" on the blackout dropdown menu at checkout.
Wanting to protect your new curtains from the sun? Purchase the add-on UV Spray.
Still having questions about how our curtains are installed or folded? Click on the You tube link to see the curtains in action.