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Toile curtains

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Toile curtains. Get inspired and try out new things.
The Heartbook

The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt within The Heart - Helen Keller (1880 - 1968) | Disclaimer :All images in this blog, unless otherwise noted, were taken from the internet. Uploaded images are non commercial intent. In the event that there is a problem with copyrighted material, the break of the copyright is unintentional and the material will be removed immediately upon presented proof. I do not own the images posted in this…

Essex Toile Shower Curtain

This classic French toile pattern lends a timeless, traditional look to your bathroom's decor and pairs perfectly with our coordinating Essex Toile Curtain Collection. It's made from sturdy cotton duck fabric in a dense weave designed to help repel water. For a complete barrier against water, a shower curtain liner is recommended. 12 reinforced eyelets 70"Wx72"L 100% cotton Dry clean to help reduce shrinkage Imported A shower curtain liner is recommended (#78135), sold separately…

Two 52"W x 96"L Country House Toile Curtains

"Curtains made of cotton. Lined. 3\" rod pocket; 3\" header. Contrasting tiebacks included. Dry clean. Each, 52\"W x 96\"L. Made in the USA.

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Red Toile Curtains

I had been moving right along with the living room transformation beginning with the wall color, painted furniture, slipcovers and pillows. Now, I needed to address the windows. Initially, I had cream color curtains over the French doors, on a whim, I decided to go with Red Toile Curtains. At first, I didn't think they were going to work since the majority of the complementary colors were cream and blue. I did, however, have touches of red and orange here and there. So, I thought I'd give it…

red toile curtains-6

Do you Pinterest? I have loved joining in the world of Pinterest! There’s so much scope for the imagination there – so freely shared! That is one of the best aspects – accepted aspects of social media sites – sharing. I laughed one day while looking at the boards and number of ‘pins’ my fellow Pinners do – I am definitely not in some of their leagues! Some have thousands! Perhaps one day! What is Pinterest? It is a wonderful place to store images and sites that inspire you, places you want…

Another use of Lewis & Wood's Royal Oak pattern, this time as dramatic, floor-skirting curtains.

One of Joanna Wood’s most vivid memories of her London childhood is of going with her mother to choose wallpaper for her bedroom when she was about eight years old: “There was a shop called Home Hire Decorating on Walton Street in Chelsea, and I absolutely loved it,” she recalls. “I can still remember the […]

Living Room: Before + After - Kelly in the City | Lifestyle Blog

A year ago, our living room looked totally different. Take a look at the before and after photos, the items we purchased, and future plans.

Re-using what I have and DIY wall Art | seating area in craft room

You know those red and white toile curtains with yellow pom pom fringe that used to hang in my living room? Well I moved them into my office/craftroom because I'm either making or buying new

Thrifty Parsonage Living

I'm very excited and honored to tell you I receive an email from Cassity at Remodelaholic yesterday, stating that she is featuring my master bedroom makeover on her blog today. If you haven't visited Remodelaholic I definitely would recommend you check it out. I'm always inspired by the great tutorials and before and afters found on her sight. If you'd like to see my master bedroom makeover project in its entirety, click here. Thanks Cassity for featuring my makeover and for all of you who…

Lenoxdale Toile Tie-Up Valance

Increase privacy and style in any room with our selection of country curtains. Shop curtain pairs, individual panels, valances, and drapes.