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Mantadia Curtain

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 45 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wow! 1. These are gorgeous and very Elizabethan looking. I bought 2 panels. One for each window on each side of my bed. 2. The curtains are well made, beautifully embroidered, well matched, and lined with a thinner cotton lining so you don't see the back of the embroidery from the street. 3. The cotton backing is an ecru color, which goes perfectly with my decor, which is dusty yellow walls, a handmade quilt, and a blue dust ruffle and chairs that happen to be the same blue as in the curtains. 4. These were expensive, but I think they'll really "make" the room. Highly recommended. January 8, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lovely and Worth the Price These are really beautiful curtains, the embroidery was perfect, the materials high quality, and the colors extrodinary. I ordered them for our dining room and spent four whole days going back and forth about whether to move them to the living room instead. They are simply stunning. Our taste is modernist with a lot of vintage furniture and steel. These curtains do really well in a variety of styles. The only problem I had was that my four year old son fell in love them with as well and kept trying to weasel them out of me. "I need my room to be beautiful too." I need to find him some cheaper beauty. August 29, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by manipulated images The flower and bird patterns worked onto the fabric of the curtains is lovely. The crewel work is basic, export quality from India. But Anthropologie puts its products through Photoshop, bumping up the brightness, reducing the beige white, and inspiring a fantasy of enlivening a room when we order, that doesn't play out once we open the box. I like that these are lined, and heavy. I like the loop design at the back of the curtains. But I returned these to the store. The company creates beautiful marketing images, but disappoints when facing the object. November 23, 2011
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NEUTRAL Style #:880092 Hand-embroidered wool crewelwork birds flap through a fey forest, their vibrant wings catching all the light that streams through your window. Mantadia Curtain