Brand new, in original IKEA packaging, pair (2 panels) of SILVEBUSKE curtains from IKEA of Sweden. Gorgeous bold blue and black pattern on a white background. Cotton ramie (ramie is very similar to linen) blend. Designed by Nina Aalto.
- The curtains lower the general light level and provide privacy by preventing people outside from seeing directly into the room.
- The natural material ramie gives the curtains a slightly irregular texture which filters light softly.
- The curtains can be used on a curtain rod or a curtain track.
- The heading tape makes it easy for you to create pleats using RIKTIG curtain hooks.
- You can hang the curtains on a curtain rod through the hidden tabs or with rings and hooks.
Each panel has a length of 98" (250 cm), and a width of 57" (145cm). Machine washable, warm water. 44 % cotton, 56 % ramie.
”I was inspired by the traditional patterns on classic blue-and-white china for SILVERBUSKE curtains. It made me wonder how I could create something new – an unexpected and modern interpretation that would challenge both you and me. I worked without structure for a change, playing freely with color, paper and different combinations, and became completely consumed by the work process! I’m sure you’ll fall in love with the eye-catching pattern the same way I did.”
WHAT IS RAMIE, you ask?
"Ramie is similar to linen . It is natural white in color, has a high luster and an unusual resistance to bacteria and molds. Used in fabrics, and often mistaken for linen, it is extremely absorbent and dries quickly. Ramie has excellent abrasion resistance and has been tested to be three to five times stronger than cotton and twice as strong as flax. " ....from TextileGlossary dot com
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