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Swan Lake: Blue White ~ Mid Century Romantic Curtain Panel

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Swan Lake: Blue White ~ Mid Century Romantic Curtain Panel

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$49.99
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Delivery time: 4-8 weeks. Expedited delivery possible. Restrictions apply as some of our collections require special preparation and/or a minimum quantity to be printed. Please place your order, and we will follow up promptly with details. Your card will only be charged after your order ships.

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A mid-century inspired swan print that ripples with romance & retro glam. This vintage block print features two intricately embellished azure blue swans, outlined in gold, hearts touching, serenely floating among golden water lily & palm medallions, over a river of swirling azure water.

  • Printed on cotton voile – a soft, light, cotton weave - offering wonderful light filtering properties, while providing privacy.
  • Color-matched tieback included with all lengths.
  • 63 & 84 inch panel length includes 5, 4-inch tabs. These can interchangeably be used as rod pockets by threading the curtain rod through the 3 inch rod pocket. Note: by doing so you lose 4 inches in length (tab length).
  • 96 & 108 inch length panels only come with a 3 inch rod pocket, no tab top.
  • Hand printed using intricately carved wooden blocks.
Add a retro-romantic touch to any room with our versatile Swan Lake curtain panel. Brighten up a doorway, soften lighting, highlight a window, hide storage or cover a less-than-lovely view - all with shimmering metallic details. Compliment gray interiors, accent white on white decor, or update mirrored furniture with ... [ read more ]

Delivery Time: In stock items are shipped within 2-3 days of order placement.

Wash & Care: The use of an overlaid gold paste in this print requires that it be dry cleaned only.
Inspiration for Swan Lake:
Swans are eternal romantics: they mate for life and are seldom seen alone. Remembering an era of summer kisses in swan boats floating on ... [ read more ]
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