Thursday, March 24, 2011

fluttering mulmuls...

...swaying sheers, & soft cottons to the gentle summer morning breeze is something we all dream of.
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Here are some summer curtain options...

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Ocean Breezes Sheer Curtain from Saffron Marigold, that I had shot sometime back...

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Block-printed Sheer Curtain from Good Earth sways in Mishta Roy's home...

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Gorgeous sheer curtains from Bungalow...

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Amethyst Bohemian Sheer Curtain from Attiser...

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Dauphine in Indigo Curtains from Les Indiennes...

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Cosette in Chocolate Curtains from Les Indiennes...

Do check out Fabindia & The Red River for their sheer curtains as well...

(some images by Arch and the rest from the websites)

26 comments:

Paaka Shaale said...

Just beautiful!!!

karthick r said...

Loved the
Dauphine in Indigo Curtains from Les Indiennes.

Saji said...

Awesomee

Amrita Tripathy said...

Just so much so coolant effect my eyes got when I saw ur post.. I have white curtains with medium sized black flower in outline and another set with magenta and off white flowers(oops remember now, have to collect it from the dry cleaner's shop).. I find white with a touch of less-somber and more lively color esp when i come back from work tired and stressed out.
Btw i liked these 3 the most

Gorgeous sheer curtains from Bungalow,Good Earth's curtain in Mishta Roy's home and Dauphine in Indigo Curtains from Les Indiennes...

notyet100 said...

luved all of them

Anpu said...

Simply divine Archana...

Patricia Torres said...

gorgeous!!

Sound Horn Please said...

That white on white completely had me- Gorgeous! Didn't know Good Earth stocked curtains too- Need to check them out on my next trip..

deepazartz said...

Simply gorgeous!!!

Anonymous said...

Excellent collection

marĂ­a cecilia said...

Hola, so nice finding your beautiful blog, decor from India is sooooo lovely!!!!
hugs from Chile
maria cecilia

Sudha said...

love the curtains...super ideas archana..glad u started the summer series...:)

Sreetama said...

Love mulmul curtains sooo much! And this blog was so times, that I had just flaunted my own sheer curtains on my blog and there it was, mulmuls and sheers being all super stylish in here!
Love it!

nanditark said...

Welcome Summer,love the pics of cool cotton curtains---the block-print will kill me , i always feel so greedy when i see one , and you've loads and loads of them in this post huhhhhhh.....i'm new here with my design blog http://nanditark-lifeiscrafty.blogspot.com/ hope you like it too.

Uma said...

Beautiful.
I find your blog very interesting than other decor blogs.
Keep on updating.

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

very pretty!

La Vie Inspirations said...

Wow I love those curtains! Curtains are such a great way to add color and elegance to a room! Thanks for sharing!

Madhu Gopalan said...

These are SO gorgeous! I have always wished for white curtains in summer, but summers in both Hyderabad and Chennai(not just summers in chennai :P) are SO hot and we need dark curtains to block the sun :(

Shilpi said...

Mulmul is the finest choice for summer, i cant get over the idea for clothes to curtain...love this article, very inspiring

http://brickmortarand.blogspot.com/

diana said...

gorgeous curtain.

GB said...

Loved the chicankari curtains! absolutely gorgeous!

Nisha said...

loved those amazing curtains...

Allons-y! said...

Hey beautiful curtains... however, some of the stuff you have shown here is not available for india shipping, is that so?

Arch at Rang said...

Allons-y~ This post is part of the summer inspirations/idea series, I do know that Saffron Marigold does ship to India.
Les Indiennes's products are inspired by India, so I do hope they start shipping to India soon:-)

Anonymous said...

I'm still on the lookout for beautiful block-printed sheers that will fit our windows (I tried Saffron marigold but they're too short!) so this is just the post I was looking for! Am now off to browse the other shops mentioned... thanks for the lovely eyecandy & tips!

alishka said...

Block prints have never looked more beautiful!!! I believe sunlight can make "anything" look pretty but this is just a whole other level of pretty!!!
even on a gloomy rainy day these images are uplifting!!!