Gorgeous custom-made drapes and a valance in a heavy black canvas fabric with stunning botanical illustrative style including amaryllis bulbs, magnolia blossoms, and assorted seeds, and pods. Rich and lush colors, but since it’s done in a canvas linen, rather than a more flamboyant fabric, it comes across as very relaxed elegance. This will add a lush richness to any space.
Clearly a master draper made these as their craftsmanship is to the highest standards.
Drapes are lined with a white sateen. The curtains do allow a small amount of light to filter through, but would be minimized by use of a sheer. Both curtains have a nearly imperceptible seam going down the center, obviously to accommodate their large scale.
Based on some research I believe this is likely a Schumacher fabric from the 1980s, but I wasn’t able to definitely identify it.
LISTING: $229.00 per panel. Two panels are available. One Valance is available at $189.
The curtain style is pleat-top. The valance is pole pocket.
PANELS: Each panel is 27″ wide at the top and 76″ at the bottom; 81″ long with a 4″ hem if you needed to lengthen at all. The center seam on each is 23″ from left side.
VALANCE: 79″ width, 21″ length.
COLORS: Solid black with deep crimson, dusty rose, chartreuse, forest green, golden yellow, cream, periwinkle blue, tawny bronze.
CONDITION: Very, very good for their 40-ish years.
ALTERNATIVE USE: Plenty of fabric for other projects if you were interested in upcycling the fabric to new projects.
ADD ONS: Option for us to convert these to pole pocket at $75. PER PANEL. DM me if you’re interested in this option and we can set up a custom order and a longer ship time so the work can be performed.
SHOP NOTE: I’m all about sustainability. ALL of my packaging (boxes, envelopes, tissue, ribbons, padding) except tape is 100% reused. To avoid using more paper and ink, I only include invoices by request — your invoice is available digitally in your account. Everything from a smoke-free and pet-free studio.
With my products, together you and I help reduce earth impacts since I source vintage items and resources either as they are, or to upcycle into new products, giving them a new life. This reduces demand on the planet, preserves history, and keeps valuable items out of the landfill, all of which asks just a little bit less out of our ever-giving Mother Earth. And since Etsy buys carbon offsets for all shipping, this approach is a win-win for the sustainability-minded shopper.