Lenox® Cotton Toile Embroidered Five-Piece Window Set for Grand Suites®

Perfect set to dress up any window. This window set completes the entire look of any room. Valance is light blue with grey undertones and brownish/grey embroidery. The panels are brown with grey undertones and the tiebacks are light blue with grey undertones with off white floral design. Machine wash and dry for easy care.

Made from 100% cotton. Made in China.

Two Panels: 84" x 42"
Two Tiebacks: 4" x 25"
One Valance: 55" x 18"

Complete the look with the matching items:

  • 436-542
  • 436-543
  • 436-546
  • 436-547
  • 436-548
    Machine wash warm separately, gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Tumble dry. Cool iron if needed. Do not dry clean.

    PLEASE NOTE: We make every effort to ensure colors are represented accurately online. Due to possible variances in manufacturer dye lots, however, colors may vary slightly from what is depicted.

    Thread Count:

    Quality bedding is often defined by the thread count of the fabric. Thread count is the number of woven threads in one square inch of fabric. Higher thread counts create higher-quality, more durable weaves that generally feel smoother and softer. Lower thread counts can pill and feel rough, but are affordable and aptly serve their purposes. Common thread counts range from 180 to 1,200. While important, thread count does not alone determine how a fabric performs and feels. Also consider the yarn size and ply when determining the level of quality you desire.

    Yarn Size: Yarn size refers to the thickness of the individual threads that make up a woven fabric. The higher the yarn size, the finer the thread. Quality sheets usually have a yarn size ranging from 40 to 100. Finer yarns can only be made from high-quality, long staple cottons such as Supima. Yarn size is important to thread count because finer yarns take up less space than thicker yarns, thus the highest thread count sheets are generally made from the finest yarns.

    Ply: The other important component to thread count is ply. Single ply fabrics are made from individually woven threads of yarn, while two-ply fabrics are made from two threads of yarn that are first twisted together and then woven. Since two-ply fabrics have essentially double the thread count of their single ply counterparts, two-ply fabrics must be made from extremely fine yarns, otherwise the end product might feel too bulky and heavy.