I finished one yesterday and hung it up. It's 30" wide x 77" long (Victorian house with tall ceilings and windows). THe first picture doesn't show the print well at all. THe second is slightly better. It's a lizard print since Sarah LOVES reptiles. I like the color it adds to the room. Hers is the only one with white walls in the whole house. White at her request. I was disappointed in one thing. The instructions suggest using a tool called a Buttoneer to put the rings on the back. (The rings hold the cords that run up the back of the shade and then over to the side where you pull them to open the shade.) The Buttoneer inserts a u-shaped plastic dealie into the fabric to attach the rings. It leaves big holes in the fabric. You can see pinpoints of light where every single one was installed. And the plastic dealie is clear which makes the light just GLOW through it. (I sewed two rings on since I ran out of the u-shaped plastic things (which broke WAY too often during the installation process). You see no light coming through where the rings were sewed on.) Anyway, I will NOT use that thing again. I keep trying to decide whether to do some sort of valance or cornice. Not sure I should take out the time, what with some 40 odd windows which need coverings. But then again, it may look nice... I'll post a picture when I get all 4 done.