Bemz Branching into Window Treatments

Bemz curtain fabricBemz curtain fabric in Candy Pink Panama Cotton
LM, SWEDEN - Bemz, best known for its custom-designed covers for Ikea sofas and chairs, in August will introduce made-to-measure curtains in a range of designs.
     The curtains from Bemz will be available in four made-to-measure styles: with tabs, pencil pleats, eyelets or rings; and two flexible sizing options: readymade, in four standard sizes that fit the most common window sizes, or made-to-measure, in narrow panel curtains or full size lengths.
     "Our new line of curtains is a fantastic addition to the Bemz range of products and a unique offering for our customers," said Lesley Pennington, founder and ceo of Bemz. "Bemz is making designer décor more accessible to savvy, quality conscious customers, who wish to express their personal style in the home and surround themselves with things they love."
     Customers will be able to choose curtains in more than 200 fabrics, including Designers Guild, Marimekko, Strömma, Viola Gråsten and more.
     Curtains are made of natural materials and are machine-washable.

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