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16 Foot Tall Premier Drape
16 Foot Tall Premier Drape

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Depth of Swag (in feet; usually between 3-5 feet)
*This is how far each swag will swoop down toward the floor before going back up toward the ceiling

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*This is how many times you want your single drape to swoop down

Total Length of the Room Being Swagged (in feet)

Length of Panel You Need (in feet)


16 Foot Tall Premier Drape

D706-16
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List Price: $53.57
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  • Our Premier drapes are our best selling fabric because they provide an upscale look while still being affordable!

  • An ideal drape for worship spaces, wedding backdrops, photo booths and photography backdrops, graduation ceremonies, and much more.

  • This medium weight material has a flat, more matte finish.

  • Our Premier drape is Durably Flame Retardant (DFR) and passes the NFPA 701 fire code.

  • Each drape measures 190 inches tall x 60 inches wide. Material will not fray, so edges are not serged or hemmed.

  • The drape is sewn 2 inches shorter than 16 feet tall to avoid pooling on the floor when used at a 16 foot height. Custom heights are available upon request.

  • Drape is not pre-pleated; it is sewn flat and can be gathered by hand on a support rod (crossbar).

  • 4 inch rod pocket is sewn into the top and bottom.

  • 100% Polyester. Machine washable and dryer safe - see Laundering tab for details.

  • Quantity 1 = 1 drape. We recommend a minimum of three drapes per 10 foot wide span (for approx. 50% fullness).

  • Approximately 60% - 70% opaque (light blocking). This opacity percentage is an estimate only, and for normal / standard lighting situations. A variety of factors can affect the opacity of a fabric, including where it is being used (near a wall vs. dividing the middle of a room), light sources (such as hanging in front of a window with sunlight shining in, etc.), and the amount of fullness in the material (the amount of "bunching").

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