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Casablanca ~ Moroccan Inspired White Quatrefoil Curtain Panel

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Inspiration for Casablanca Blue:
Casablanca conjures images of intrigue and romance and is our unique interpretation of the glorious decorative arts of Morocco. As a designer the city of Casablanca conjures up four colors in my mind's eye. ... [ read more ]

Casablanca ~ Moroccan Inspired White Quatrefoil Curtain Panel

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A Moroccan inspired print consisting of heavily stylized dark blue, sky blue and avocado green quatrefoil motifs, boldly pattered across a snowy white ground.
  • 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.
These unique decorative tab top cotton voile sheer curtain panels are the perfect accent for a stylish yet relaxed living room,
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Delivery Time: In stock items are shipped within 2-3 days of order placement.

Wash & Care: Machine wash separately in cold water with a gentle detergent. Do not use bleach or a detergent with bleach additives. Tumble Dry warm. Iron using cotton settings.
Inspiration for Casablanca Blue:
Casablanca conjures images of intrigue and romance and is our unique interpretation of the glorious decorative arts of Morocco. As a designer the city of Casablanca conjures up four colors in my mind's eye.

The first is white, since the very name Casablanca means "white house". White also represents the magnificently cloaked white tiled domes of the several hundred mosques that dot the cityscape, glistening and gently beckoning as the sun beats down on the white city. The shape of the highly stylized quatrefoil motifs are directly inspired by these stunning examples of Islamic architecture.

The second is the color blue. Casablanca, a coastal city that sits at lands end, is eternally kissed by the blue waters of the Atlantic. That is the inspiration for the deep blue in the print; the use of the French Blue hue is a nod to the city's colonial past.

The third color, sky blue, represents the color of the cloudless azure skies that drape the city which is blessed year round with a mild Mediterranean climate.

Finally, the beautiful pale green color is an ode to the beloved beverage of the city that frequently pauses to enjoy steaming cups of hot mint tea.

Anisha Ghosh
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