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These easy-slide Herringbone grommet panels from Duck River Textile feature a classic textured jacquard fabric, available in matching pair panels.
Versailles Home Fashions presents the outdoor bamboo curtain with patented easy glide ring top panels. The water repellent finish is ideal for sun porches, patios, and gazebos.
Elrene Home Fashions' Sutton drapery is a modern diamond grommet-line panel and also includes a grommet waterfall valance. It is made to go with the Beekman rod-pocket striped Lurex sheer panel and with the San Marco window jewelry collection.
Vue by Ellery Signature Curtain Collection from Ellery Homestyles presents Zarina window curtains. The elegant, large scale woven jacquard damask in Patina has a blue base with a golden raised jacquard pattern that coordinates with any traditional room décor.
Softline combines two traditional looks - Nicolette is a sheer with a detailed chain embroidery leaf motif and available in five colors, while Hutch is a textured, ribbed stripe organza, available in four neutral colors.
Home Fashions International is showing the new Astoria window treatment, an embroidery style on silklike fabric. A grommet panel, Astoria drapes can be paired with the coordinating Astoria Sheer.
With a focus on casual looks in the window category, Universal Home Fashions is displaying Roscoe, a textured chenille. The palette was drawn from Tuscany, while the grommets help give the panels an updated feel.
The panel shown is called Violetta, from Triangle Home Fashions. Embroidered all over with sequins, Violetta has a unique knitted fabric that gives the effect of being a sheer.
This window program called Jardin from Commonwealth Home Fashions depicts a vibrant printed burnout garden-inspired pattern interpreted on organza.
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