A new update on the ever-popular Canterbury collection from Catherine Lansfield, the contemporary beauty of these lined curtains is brought to life by a contrasting header.
Against a neutral grey backdrop, a series of bold ochre carnations is paired with beautifully drawn greyscale leaves all around them. They’re finished with a vibrant ochre header that adds an extra hint of personality to the look. These curtains have a Level 2 lining, which helps to block out natural light. This means you can have a little more privacy when the days are longer or settle down to watch a good film on a lazy Sunday afternoon.
An eyelet header allows you to hang them from a curtain pole without the need for hooks or rings. With drops of 137 cm (54 inch), 183 cm (72 inch) and 229 cm (90 inch), choose from the following width options:
- Single curtain width of 168 cm (66 inch) fits a pole width up to 229 cm (7 ft. 6 inch) - Single curtain width of 229 cm (90 inch) fits a pole width up to 305 cm (10 ft.)
Design Type: Patterned
Material Content: Front - 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton. Lining – 55% Cotton, 45% Polyester
Washing Instructions: Dry Clean Only
Header Detail: EYELET
Catherine Lansfield is renowned for style and quality - an everyday essential for those who love great home fashion.
Pack contains one pair of eyelet curtains
Available in either ochre and grey or teal and grey
Co-ordinating wallpaper also available, see item PLF7P
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