The jeweled lapis and emerald tones of Moonlit Taj

Saffron Marigold - Updated: May 5, 2015

Moonlit Taj is inspired by the marble inlay work on the walls of the magnificent Taj Mahal.

Norma from Brooklyn, NY:

Hello, I recently received your beautiful curtains I ordered. I must say that yes, I am very very impressed with the quality and how great your website is. I have already emailed some friends about your products. THANK YOU so much for offering these wonderful items!

Norma must feel like Mumtaz Mahal, the wife of emperor Shah Jahan, in whose memory this sublime monument was built. With elegant scrolling turquoise, lapis and deep green vines set against a milky white ground, the print truly captures the luminous effect of moonlight falling on translucent white marble, encrusted with semi precious stones.

Moonlit Taj curtain panels

Norma has accessorized with beautifully coordinating wall plates, very reminiscent of the blue pottery found in Jaipur, the same city our wonderful linens are made in.

Moonlit Taj curtain panels

Here is a swatch sample of Moonlit Taj and you can see how closely it resembles the wonderful intricate marble workmanship of the Taj Mahal.

Moonlit Taj swatch

Norma, thanks for sending in your pictures. It looks lovely.