Is EACH panel 40/44 inches wide or is it the pair that is 40/44 inches wide?
Woven from incredibly soft cotton voile, these exotic curtain panels allow light to softly penetrate a room creating a serene atmosphere. The versatile 111-inch length allows them to be used on a wide variety of windows and doors.
- Two panels are included in the set
- Woven in Jodhpur, India using traditional techniques
- Decorative mother-of-pearl buttons
- Available in bamboo, seabreeze, off white, and white
- Hand wash cold, line dry
- Measure approximately 44 inches wide x 110 inches long
This product was created in region near the Pakistan and Indian border. When the British removed its armed forces from the region in the late 40's a majority of the industries available for the local economy went with them. The indigenous people returned to the traditional crafts that they had known for generations. Several hub cities of industry have flourished, creating numerous, sustainable, and stable jobs for the people of the surrounding villages, helping in the time between harsh growing seasons. The industry forms a valuable alternative, especially for women in this area, means of providing for families. This industry has have created an unprecedented number of schools, hospitals, and improvements in infrastructure of the area. This industry has truly created a renaissance in economic growth in the region.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
|Dimensions||44 in. W x 110 in. L|
|Color||Blue Green White|
|Window Treatment Header Type||Tab Top|
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These are lovely and a good value for so much fabric. They are very sheer so if privacy is an issue, I'd recommend a heavier fabric. The bamboo green is a warmer green rather than cooler; a cross between celery and key lime. The mother of pearl buttons add a nice soft detail and coordinate with almost any rod color. I purchased these for my sun room but ended up liking them better in my adjoining bedroom as the green did not compliment the wall color in my sun room like I thought it would. They iron out well but wrinkle easily so they are best utuilzed in a casual space.Read More
Usually I'm happy with overstock products but this one really didn't meet my expectations. The curtain panels are extreemely sheer, kind of remind me of a cheese cloth. I ordered mine in white. The buttons are what dress them up a bit. THey are really long and not hemed. I was going to return them, but my husband said to just keep them. I still have not had time to hem the. Also, there are a couple of light brown lines running in the center of one of the pannels, looks like a defect. It does not look like as nice as it does in the picture.Read More
I kept the curtains because I can sew and can fix some of the poor workmanship. They are a good value for what they are. However, each panel has dirt/stains on them. They did not all come out in the wash but are fortunately hidden in the folds when hanging. I knew when I ordered them that they would be too long but was prepared to alter them, so a little more altering is no big deal.Read More
very sheer and do not have enough weight to hang nicely. ok, but would not purchase again.Read More
All I wanted was some softening of the large windows, and nothing to detract from the view. By putting up these long panels, it's perfect. They hang beautifully and soften the whole room. Buttons on the tabs are such a nice detail. I am most pleased!Read More
If you want 100% cotton sheers, they are expensive these days, but these are the best value I have found online. The tab buttons are large abalone shell. The voile is finely woven, very delicate. The sheers were very long, but I hemmed them by basting. They flutter in the breeze so beautifully. I needed 2 pairs for one window because they are so sheer. Just lovely.Read More
They were a little more sheer than I expected but look pretty and fresh when hung. Good quality cotton.Read More
Lovely, especially when the wind is blowing them. They have a clean, unencumbered feel. Mother of Pearl buttons are a nice embellishment. For those with an aesthetic sense looking for white sheers, I recommend these. I love them.Read More
Very nice curtains for a summer home - good quality and look great.Read More
Lovely and flowing, these handmade curtains create an atmosphere of serenity on a sunny morning, or a rainy afternoon.Read More
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EACH panel is 44 inches wide.
Will you be restocking the bamboo color option?
Thank you for your interest. Items are restocked as they become available, however we cannot guarantee an item will be restocked. Please feel free to check back with us periodically to see if the item has returned and contact us with any further questions.
are the curtains 111 long or 111 wide?
From product details: Measure approximately 44 inches wide x 110 inches long
please clarify size?? Need 84 to 96 long and 110+ wide
These are 111 inches long x 40 inches wide.
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