These panels are gorgeous, appear high end especially considering the price, but you shouldn't buy them online (I bought mine in the store.). Here's why---the pattern isn't consistent. On one panel the pattern is about 3 inches lower than the other panel, way too obvious and not acceptable. At least it's level though; you can see in the ad photo that the left panel is not, so it wasn't cut correctly. So I am going back to Walmart and buying the few remaining panels they have in stock in hopes of finding two that match. Also, I have discovered that the hems of BHG curtains usually vary by at least a half inch (sometimes because the hem is curved up, not square). Otherwise these panels are sewn very nicely, and the material is slightly shimmery, really beautiful (I never thought I would say that about polyester.). Basically this panel has only 6 colors (really 3 colors, two shades of each, no white or black): The background is a perfect light champagne; the design is outlined in deep blue and filled in with a lighter blue, two shades of teal, and a darker champagne (not too warm or cool, a complementary wall color, I think.) Also, each panel has eight perfectly sewn back tabs (1 1/2" wide by almost 3" long), so the rod pocket circumference is less than 6". The lining material is ugly in my opinion, like cheap satin (very light gray on the exposed side, dark gray on the hidden side to block SOME light, NOT ALL of the light). If I can find two panels that match, I will probably replace the lining with something else. And if I'm willing to go through all that, well, that tells you how great they look hanging there.