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Tulip Mist ~ White Floral India Sheer Curtain Panels

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Inspiration for Tulip Mist:
Tulip Mist is an elegant, gossamer confection of stylized cream tulips printed on gauzy, milky white hand loomed "Kota Doria" fabric. ... [ read more ]

Tulip Mist ~ White Floral India Sheer Curtain Panels

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Elegant stylized cream tulips patterned across a gauzy gossamer milky white ground.
  • Printed on Kota doriya – hand loomed on finely weaved checked fabric - offering wonderful light filtering properties.
  • 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.
Anything but ordinary, these gossamer white sheers are hand loomed on finely weaved checked fabric. A blank canvas for your unique style, accessorize with tonal whites for a serene look or bold, color for fun and
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Delivery Time: In stock items are shipped within 2-3 days of order placement.

Wash & Care: The fabric used for this print is delicate in nature and should be dry cleaned only
Inspiration for Tulip Mist:
Tulip Mist is an elegant, gossamer confection of stylized cream tulips printed on gauzy, milky white hand loomed "Kota Doria" fabric. Touched with the delicate scent of wet foliage and rain drenched earth, a bouquet of tulips gently lifts the mist that shrouds the cold dark days of winter and heralds the breathtaking exuberance of spring.

Kota Doria: Named after Kota, in southern Rajasthan India, where it originated, Kota Doria is a hand loomed fabric that is characterized by a fine, checkered weave. The fabric is woven on pit looms employing the throw shuttle technique. The entire weaving process is devoid of mechanization. All processes from winding and warping the yarn to weaving the fabric are done by hand.
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