Commonwealth to launch Four Seasons Thermalock curtains

At the New York Market - Commonwealth Home Fashions has come up with a new kind of blackout curtain solution.
Thermalock is the name the company gives to this year-round product featuring magnetic technology that locks out all light between curtains and provides a blackout energy-saving solution, the company explained.
"There's no need for fussing or pinning curtains together to block out the sun," Commonwealth added.
Thermalock's magnet strips run top to bottom on the inside side hem, and they are polarized to gravitate to each other, creating a "lock" between the panels.
Thermalock's premiere collection "Four Seasons" is sold as a pair and is available in a variety of solid and patterned looks. Each panel is 40" wide and 84" long and have six grommets per panel.
"The magnetic side hems offer consumers an added value," the company noted. Whether there are two or four panels, it is easy to create a seamless wide-width window treatment by linking multiple panels together.

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