Paisley Curtain Valances

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  • Blue paisley curtain valances for windows
  • 53" x 18" window valances with a 3 inch rod pocket
  • 100% cotton fabric valance curtains lined with poly cotton on reverse
  • Window treatments, made in the USA by Decorative Things

Handsome blue paisley curtain valances are simple yet elegant valances for windows. Blue curtains and valances can have a calming effect on room decor. Hang these blue valances wherever you need calm. They are delightful, soothing kitchen valances, living room valances, bedroom window treatments and more.

As an added bonus, these window valances have the enchantment of the Silk Road which was the way paisley patterns originally came to Europe. It wasn't until the 19th century that European production of paisley really began, particularly in the Scottish town of Paisley, which gave the pattern its Western name. In the West, the design was copied from expensive silk and wool Kashmir shawls and first made on hand looms. It was only after 1820 that paisley was made on jacquard looms. Add a little East-West style to your home decor with these updated paisley fabric window coverings. 

 

 

 

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  • Blue paisley curtain valances for windows
  • 53" x 18" window valances with a 3 inch rod pocket
  • 100% cotton fabric valance curtains lined with poly cotton on reverse
  • Window treatments, made in the USA by Decorative Things

Handsome blue paisley curtain valances are simple yet elegant valances for windows. Blue curtains and valances can have a calming effect on room decor. Hang these blue valances wherever you need calm. They are delightful, soothing kitchen valances, living room valances, bedroom window treatments and more.

As an added bonus, these window valances have the enchantment of the Silk Road which was the way paisley patterns originally came to Europe. It wasn't until the 19th century that European production of paisley really began, particularly in the Scottish town of Paisley, which gave the pattern its Western name. In the West, the design was copied from expensive silk and wool Kashmir shawls and first made on hand looms. It was only after 1820 that paisley was made on jacquard looms. Add a little East-West style to your home decor with these updated paisley fabric window coverings. 

 

 

 

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