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Special Colors Sheer Voile Drape

Special Colors Sheer Voile Drape

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  • Sheer Voile drapes help create stunning settings when paired with uplighting, amazing wedding canopies, and breathtaking pipe and drape backdrops!

  • Popular for weddings, DJs, and practically any lighting application, this 118 inch ultra wide fabric is sheer / see-through, creating a memorable event.

  • This item is for colors other than White. For White Sheer Voile drape, please see our standard Sheer Voile products.

  • There is a four piece minimum order required (of same color and height) for Special Colors, and there is an extended lead time for Special Colors (typically 6 - 7 business days before shipping).

  • Requesting a free swatch sample is highly recommended, as Special Colors cannot be returned. Please also double check the height that you need prior to ordering.

  • Our Sheer Voile drape is Inherently Flame Retardant (IFR) and passes the NFPA 701 fire code.

  • On any of the Special Color Sheer Voile heights, the drape is sewn 2 inches taller than the foot height to give a couple of inches of pooling on the floor, which is recommended for this type of material. For example, an 8 foot drape would measure 98 inches tall (2 inches taller than 8 feet).

  • 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. Material has natural edges that are not serged or hemmed.

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

  • Quantity 1 = 1 drape. To achieve the best look with this Sheer Voile fabric, extra gathering is highly recommend. We suggest a minimum of four drapes per 10 foot wide span.

  • This is a sheer, see-through fabric and is approximately 0% - 30% 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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