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Cotton Voile 111-inch Tab Top Curtain Panel Pair (India)
Beautiful cotton voile curtain panel pairs in deep, rich colors will enhance the style of your home or office while filtering out harsh light. Decorative mother of pearl buttons accent the tabs at the top of each panel providing just the right accent.
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 Chocolate, Ash or Faded Rose
- Hand wash cold, line dry
This product was created in North Western India. Once the British removed its armed forces from the region in the late 40's a majority of the industries available for the local economy disappeared with them. The indigenous people went back to the traditional crafts and furniture manufacturing 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, to augment the time in between harsh growing seasons. The industry that has been created by products like this has created an unprecedented number of schools, hospitals, and improvements in infrastructure. 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.
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|Dimensions||44 W x 111 L|
|Materials||Cotton and Mother of Pearl|
|Color||Black Brown Red White|
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I bought these panels in brown (4) and ivory (4) for two different rooms in my house. They arrived within just a matter of days and looked lovely in the packaging. The chocolate panels are a true dark brown, but the ivory panels actually look white. I decided to wash them to take out the lines from being folded in the packaging. Unfortunately, several of the pearl buttons broke in the drier. So, I would recommend washing them and letting them air dry, or not washing them at all. They came out of the dryer very wrinkly so I then had to press each of the panels - and even then, I wasn't really able to get rid of all the wrinkles. These panels are made out of very light weight fabric, are very sheer (they will NOT block out any light), and definitely have some imperfections throughout....however, I like the somewhat wrinkly, linen, casual, beachy look, so these panels are perfect for me and the decor in my house. I have very large and tall windows, so I bought 2 sets of each color hoping that 2 panels on each side would look full enough, but I would even recommend buying 3 sets (6 total panels) so that each side has 3 panels. All in all, I'm pleased with how they look and how inexpensive they were.Read More
I bought some of these about 2 years ago, and bought more to match, they have changed the style from a few years ago but i like them even more. These are pretty sheer, I got them in brown and they are kindof organic looking, the bottons are beautifull and very high quality. It is hardto find a good button top curtain. I have them in 2 rooms of my home and get many compliments on them.Read More
These curtains are awesome for our tropical Florida climate. I bought the color labeled Ash and they give a very high end look when hung with chocolate brown matchstick blinds. I look they would also work in a more northern climate in the summertime. And the price cannot be beat. I like my curtains to puddle down at the bottom and with the extra length on these, they certainly do puddle. I've already ordered more in other colors. 5 Stars because they are a great value at this price. I have a lot of experience with sewing home decor items and you could never make these for the price they sell for.Read More
These are super long. But the mother of pearl buttons really are quite beautiful. The curtains are not very wide, so it's good to get an extra one, just in case. I like how sheer they are, because they provide shade and privacy better than white sheers, but you can still see outside. Our cat enjoys watching the shadows of the leaves as they move across curtain...so it's not like they are going to block much light, but they do keep prying eyes out! They're actually kind of classy.Read More
fit the need I had for window..have not laundered yet but look like they wil hold up in gentlecyleRead More
The curtains should be listed as sheers rather than curtains but I knew to expect that from reading the reviews. I also knew that the faded rose would be on the orange side. I would say the faded rose is orange. My husband says they are peach. So I guess the best description is an orangy-peach or a peachy-orange. After I read the reviews I knew I wanted these because the sheerness, not true color and imperfections would make them unique and add interest. They are being used in my living room where I wanted to add some color over the white blinds. They are open most of the time for the color punch and I close them to filter the strong sunlight in the afternoon which casts a beautiful glow over the room without blocking the light completely. They float in a breeze and add some casualness to my overly formal room. When I received them I washed them and hemmed to the length I needed. After I hung them I steamed them and they drape nicely. They did not shrink after washing and drying but came out very wrinkled, so expect to iron or steam. I hear a lot of "wows" and "where did you get those", from guests when they first walk into the room.Read More
I was really pleased with these curtains.... at first. I got them about 8 months ago, since then, many of the buttons holding the curtains up have fallen off. They are never pulled on, as I don't have kids, they just fell off... I bought 4 pair, for my two huge downstairs windows. I'm past the return period, and dissapointed. I don't think they have a warranty.Read More
I've been searching for affordable curtains long enough for my tall windows. These are great -- beautiful sheer voile with mother of pearl buttons on the tabs. Exactly what I was looking for.Read More
Just what I have been looking for....The curtains I bought are the chocolate and the color is just like the picture. they are not thick at all they are kind of like sheer, you will be able to see through them..something that I have been looking for. Overstock delivered them within three days of ordering,very fast. I will buy here again...Read More
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