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Royal Mansour ~ Moroccan Lattice Trellis White Curtain Panel

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Royal Mansour ~ Moroccan Lattice Trellis White Curtain Panel

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$59.99
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Year round

This collection can be printed anytime of the year. We prioritize production runs based on pre-orders. If you are interested in this item, please be sure to pre-order as we then know which collections to put our focus on.

We will check in with you once your order is ready and charge your card only after the order ships. Also you can cancel anytime!

More Coming
83 arriving in early November


An ethereal print of white on white medallions, inspired by the elegant lattice-work found in grand palaces of Marrakesh.
  • 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.
Infuse your room with these soft, white-on-white trellis patterned curtains with a palpable, intensely soothing effect. Evoking images of an opulent Morocco - a city of emerald lawns, marble fountains and bowers of shocking pink bougainvillea, accessorize them with silk tie backs, and decor items like silver and
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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 Royal Mansour
The Royal Mansour, a spectacular palace hotel in Marrakesh, was commissioned by King Mohammed VI of Morocco. For this opulent palace there was no budget - only the royal edict to make it the embodiment of the very best of Moorish art, ... [ read more ]
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