Lace Curtains: Victorian and Arts & Crafts Movement lace curtains

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Burrows lace curtains
Cottage panels from the Burrows collection of lace curtains

From the J.R. Burrows of lace curtains come these cottage panels, perfect forQueen Anne cottages, bungalows and farmhouse windows.

Cottage Panels are sold as pairs. They are sometimes joined at the top on therod pocket but may be easily cut apart. These narrow panels are scaled forsmaller windows With an additional rod pocket sewn to the bottom, they can beused as panels for doors. The density of the design also permits greater privacythan more open patterns.

The style of the cottage panels is typical of the turn-of-the-century.

Curtains are also available in Victorian revival styles. The Burrows Web sitehas an extensive online catalog of lace curtain styles, as well as tips forworking with lace.

Panels can be machine-washed in cold water, and hung to dry.

J.R. Burrows Lace Curtains
DescriptionLace curtains in Victorian and Arts & Crafts styles
FeaturesHistorically accurate
Coordinate with carpets and wallpapers
Can be used on windows, doors, and beds
Fabric95 percent cotton, 5 percent polyester
ColorWhite, ecru
Sizes (cottage panels only)34" W x 48", 54", 60", 72", 84" or 90" long. Total pair width is 68".
Retail priceVaries, available online
Persis, shown above, retails for $59/roll.
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