Special hand block printed cotton window curtain. Add an ethnic feel to any room in your house by adding this curtain to your exquisite home decor collection.
Gentle hand wash separately in cold water with mild/liquid detergents. Avoid soaking for too long.
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Tailor made soulful clothing & lifestyle accessories textured with handmade textiles of India and subcontinent. Noori-Bazar is a little handmade confluent of cultures and synergies creating contemporary collection that is aspirational, fresh, innocent & curious about the world around.
Noori Bazar, an in-house curated itokri brand that is larger than life itself. Here we offer Tailor-made soulful clothing & lifestyle accessories textured with handmade textiles from India and the subcontinent. Noori-Bazar is a little handmade confluent of cultures and synergies creating a contemporary collection that is aspirational, fresh, innocent & curious about the world around. Our collection is purely authentic and bona fide.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When it comes to materials, linen, silk, faux silk, and velvet are the best choices to use for window treatments as they tend to be the best.
Rayon is usually the most durable. And rayon doesn't rot as fast as real silk, especially in sunny rooms, or perhaps in the living room.
The best choice is 100% linen or linen blended with rayon. These are fabrics that are much more durable, wrinkle resistant and do not fade easily.
If you want the curtain to cover the entire window, measure the window width. Add 12 inches on either side for a total of 24 inches. Take the total number (width and amount added to each side) and divide that number by the number of curtain panels you want to place on the window.
It is always a good idea if you match the colour of the curtain with the decorations in the house. Sheer and blackout double coats are a classic and functional option. If you're looking for a minimalist and modern look, choose a colour that's closer to your wall colour or a bit darker.