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Window Coverings

Duck River Textile’s
Duck River Textile’s Tabitha window curtain features a delicate tone-on-tone stripe pattern. The fabric’s blend of polyester and linen adds a sense of luxury to any home.
Elrene Home Fashions’ Essex is a new grommet window panel collection made of 55% linen and 45% rayon. It is seen here in the chocolate colorway.
Elrene Home Fashions’
Zorlu
Labyrinth from Zorlu is a modern set of geometric, jacquard grommet window panels and insert valances in teal and mocha.
Lorraine Home Fashions is giving the window a festive look with its new Holiday Plaid, a woven jacquard plaid in red and green with gold Lurex holly and poinsettia motifs.
Lorraine Home
C & F Enterprises
C & F Enterprises and Williamsburg are showing the new Garden Folly valance and drapes set. On the valance is a fretwork pattern, and the drapes show a pattern inspired by follies, or garden houses, that could be found throughout Colonial Williamsburg in the 18th century.
Arlee Home Fashions is showing Riverhead, made in a linen texture fabric that is embellished with chenille embroidery.
Arlee Home
 
Achim Importing
Achim Importing Co. is showing its new Amy collection, which features a soft peony design on a white ground, with a blue-and-white gingham check border.
Halo from Saturday Knight is a grommet panel with a soft and modern circle jacquard pattern.
 
Saturday Knight
 
Triangle Home Fashions
Triangle Home Fashions presents Lucia window panels with charmeuse bows created and sewn by hand.
Safdie International is bringing fashion sense to soft window tie-backs, with innovations designed to be both functional and decorative.
 
Safdie International
 
Softline Home
Softline Home Fashions presents Simple Shade, a curtain that doesn’t need screws or tools when hanging. Peel, stick, hang and they’re done. There are many colors to choose from with coordinating rods.
Louis Hornick and Company has partnered with Buscheister of Germany to present a new line of window hardware it calls Urban Decorative Hardware. It is seen here with Hornick’s pure silk-lined drapery, which comes in 10 colors.
 
Louis Hornick

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