11 more ways to dress your windows
From Habitat magazine - issue 29
Eleven designs have joined the popular Resene Curtain Collection.
Having trouble finding a curtain fabric to go with your favourite Resene colour? Then the Resene Curtain Collection may be just what you need. And now, there are 11 more designs to choose from.
From fashion stripes and patterns through to neutrals, the collection is designed to complement popular Resene colours.
Select your favourite Resene Curtain Collection fabric and purchase custom made curtains from your local curtain specialist or Resene ColorShop. These fabrics are suited for window treatments and other soft furnishing items.
Choose blockout lining for your curtains to help keep the warmth in over winter and keep the room darker by blocking out more sunlight over summer.
is an impressive jacquard design. As it is in a larger scale, this stunning tree motif is designed to make rooms look larger and more inviting. It comes in three colourways: Naturalle (pictured with Resene Half Oilskin), Mocha and Bud.
is an organic spin on the geo trend. The pattern is similar to the centre of a peacock feather, adding to the drama of the wave pattern. It comes in Bud (pictured with walls in Resene Destiny), Hydra, Mocha and Stone.
is a bold twist on a classic natural pattern. The fronds of this jacquard are woven in two colours to add an extra dimension and relax the composition. It comes in Gold and Flame (pictured).
is a classic leaf design with a twist – the oversized leaf structures are reminiscent of cosy autumn days. Pair this fabric with rustic textures such as natural fibres, soft leather and knits. It comes in Mocha (pictured) and Stone.
is a stripe with a twist. The distressed style weave breaks up the fabric with both texture and colour, allowing the stripe to soften for any setting. It comes in Mocha and Stone (pictured).
is a textured sheer that is anything but plain. The weave uses different thicknesses and brightness in threads to create depth and direction. It comes in four colourways: Blonde, Latte, Stone (pictured) and Slate.
is a fil-coupé sheer - all the best qualities of a light voile, and with the circular movement of fil-coupé swirls. It comes in two colourways: Blonde (pictured) and Merlot.
is a distorted leaf design which harmoniously combines the chic industrial trend with a classic natural motif. It comes in Blonde and Hydra (pictured).
is a fabric that brings Art Deco style into the modern world. The bold metallic trellis pattern contrasts with the textured background; reminiscent of luxury, but sophisticated in execution. It comes in Naturalle, Hydra and Charcoal (pictured).
uses stripes and softens the look with a woven distortion fade. This deconstruction makes the fabric much more suitable for the modern setting, trending towards an ombre look over sharp lines. It comes in four colourways: Blonde (pictured), Earth, Ebony and Naturalle.
is an edgy jacquard which is perfect for the modern-industrial trend. The distorted stripe stands out in sophisticated greyscale, recommended to pair with monochromatic tones and bold accent colours. It comes in one colourway, Slate (pictured).
View the full collection online, and find your nearest curtain specialist or Resene ColorShop.
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