I bought my Marrakech curtains probably at least 6 years ago, maybe even 10 years ago and I still love them. I have moved them from my living room to my kitchen. I have washed them with bleach several times and the turquoise has faded to the palest silver. They are hard to iron, but still hang beautifully and the quality of sunlight when it passes through the curtain is lovely. They have held up nicely to many machine washings and I think I like the faded embroidery better than the original color. I have ordered other curtains for my kitchen and sent them back because they did not look as good as these My kitchen is very small and painted a pale grey green with lots of colorful Mexican and Caribbean folk art on the walls so the panels blend in enough to make everything work without making my kitchen look smaller. I guess when they fully wear out I will have to buy another set of Marrakech curtains. I highly recommend them for design and quality.
/ May 20 2015
I have these in my dining room in turquoise, and they have a great, eye-catching look.
/ Oct 15 2013
Farmhouse meets trip around the world.
After obsessing over these curtains for a month, I finally placed my order. I got the gold for my family room, but decided they were a little to brassy for my taste and ordered the red. They are lovely. Unique, visually stunning, and since I travel a lot now that I am older, fits well with all of my collections of art, photography and artifacts from my trips. I also ordered Turquoise for my dining room and used the gold in a bath room behind the claw foot tube and spanish mirror I hauled back from Toledo. I even found nice rope tie backs through Renovator's Hardware where there is a nice selection of curtain rods. Very satisfied.
I was looking for fun curtains and these are the only ones I could find that I liked. When they arrived, I was so happy to see that the colors are accurate in the picture. The top which is not shown in the picture has a tab top construction but it's sewn down so it does not show. They look amazing hung up and like an expensive drape. (well I guess they are expensive) I'm glad I splurged on these. I have a wall color that matches the large limey green flower. I really like the navy blue accent color in there and it may be difficult to tell but there are also teal leaves in there as well. Lots of fun colors to work with. Also a very nice lining. It lets in plenty of light but is still private. Extremely pleased with this purchase. Well worth the splurge.
/ May 14 2015
I have been searching for fabrics to use as a roman shade in my master bedroom and decided to order the Kalei curtain. The weight of the material is perfect and does not wrinkle too easy. It comes with a pretty decent lining already sewn in. The pattern is true to the image and is gorgeous in person. I absolutely love the colours!
/ May 04 2015
Lovely, Airy and Perfect
I had been eying these curtains online for months and finally took the plunge and bought them in raspberry! I waited so long to purchase them because it seemed a bit pricey for 2 panels but I just couldn't find anything I liked more than these. I am very happy with them! They arrived quickly and were exactly what I wanted for our bedroom. They look lovely! And the extra liner in the back is great for privacy. They let a lot of light in but you can't see through the curtains from the outside.
We have a small White bedroom with a large wood head board these curtains did just as I expected they made the room come together. One thing the picture does not show is the edging. There are sequence and beads which was an added bonus.
/ Jan 01 2015
Gorgeous , unique!
These curtains have transformed our bedroom into a place of intrigue and mystique. They don't provide much light-filtering, but we have shades behind them, so not a problem. In fact, the light filtering through the cut outs looks beautiful and lends a subtle shimmer to the sequined edges. I think they're a little bit saucy, late Victorian/slightly raffish Arts & Crafts. As you can tell, I'm rather taken with them!
/ Apr 10 2014
This curtain definitely darkens the room but I'm using in a first floor powder room that is done in deep tones. I love the way the sun streams through the cutwork. Perfect textile for my jewel box bathroom. Love it.
I was looking for a neutral curtain that had a little big of spunk. These fit the bill perfectly! The color is a neutral-y, muslin-y type of color, the material is light enough to let light through with some fibers woven through to give it that bohemian look, but my favorite thing about these curtains is the embroidered, sequined shapes.. Its really pretty and interesting without being too over the top. The colors of the embroidered shapes are light and dark grays, a pale blue, and a mustard yellow... all muted colors that will go with many decors.The sequins are subtle, you cant really see them unless you're really up close. I would highly reccomend these!
/ Apr 03 2014
These curtains are absolutely beautiful. They are the perfect addition to my dining room. Very high quality with nice details. They have a lot of texture - shimmery embroidery throughout and velvety round circles near the top. Delicate and pretty against my light green walls. I highly recommend these curtains.
Very happy with these. I ordered the navy and the colour is very accurate. The material is thicker and softer than expected. They're almost like a velvet, only a little less plush. They're in my bedroom and keep most of the light out. All in all, very happy!
I put these on my baby registry praying someone would get them for me and they did! I was so excited when I received them in the mail. They are stunning. Just what I wanted. Nice cotton fabric and the blue and teals are rich and look wonderful hanging on a window with sunlight coming in. Just classic stripe heaven.
Curtains have a way of polishing off any room of the house. Being the incurable magpies that we are, we especially gravitate towards curtains that are embroidered, appliquéd and flocked, as they have a way of injecting levity and energy into your space. In addition to considering the palette, texture and opacity of your curtains (remember: a curtain's truest function is to filter the sun!), be sure to pay mind to your curtain hardware. From colorful glass and ceramic finals to burnished brass and iron rods, today's hardware choices are anything but staid. This season, we take a particular shine to those curtain panels and curtain hardware inspired by nature - think falling leaves, blooming flora and scurrying