Material : Linen
Dimension : 78 x 39 inches
Our Curtain panels are beautifully embroidered on Linen fabric. DESIGN: Tara - Inspired from splashing raindrops. STYLE: We offer 4 styles; a. Rod Pocket: Rod pocket curtains, also called pole top or casement curtains, are a classic, and classy, way to hang drapery. A casing sewn onto the back of the curtain panel at the top allows the rod to slip through unseen. Panels bunch in gathers on the rod for a soft look with clean lines. No hardware is required to fix the curtain to the rod. b. Back Tab: If you like a tailored look without the fuss of clips or pins, try back tab curtains. Back tab curtains, also called hidden tab curtains, have tabs or loops sewn onto the back of the curtain header. The rod slips through the tab so that neither is visible from the front. This gives the illusion of the curtain floating in space and creates an elegant, clean line. The curtains form pleats over the rod at each tab without using any hardware. The top of the curtain rises above the rod, giving a crisp edge to the top of the drapery. c: Tab Top: Tab Top curtains have been the most popular and practical style for curtains. The "tabs" on tab top curtains are the exposed loops (tabs) of fabric that you see on so many curtains. These loops are drawn through a curtain rod or pole. d. Tie Top: Tie Top curtains are similar to Tab Top curtains except the "tabs" are not sewn together as they would need to be tied together by hand giving a lovely vintage feel. e. Curtain tape for hooks: Curtain tape can be used to hang hooks.
Country of Origin - India
Beraru is a combination of ideas and designs for your lifestyle needs! We realised there was a need for simple, elegant yet fun elements and we combined these features with practical ideas that add a pop of colour and style to your daily life. We are based at Khar West, Mumbai, India and we design and manufacture all our products locally and by hand. Read More