Cooper Lace Curtains are the most distinctive Arts and Crafts, Art Deco, Classical and Victorian and Gothic panels available, and are suitable for use in contemporary and historic interiors. Our unique, 100% cotton, Scottish-woven sheers and sidelights have been designed by the renowned artisans William Morris, C. F. A. Voysey, Dard Hunter, Yoshiko Yamamoto, Laura Wilder, Marion Mahony Griffin, David Berman and Steve Bauer in the highest quality Madras weave, which provides the greatest amount of privacy while allowing the most light and visibility possible. All of our 100% cotton goods are available in Ivory but can be easily tinted with the tea-dye method, or with other fabric dyes.
This 100% cotton lace curtain is perfect for owners of Gothic, Edwardian and Tudor Revival houses. The Gothic lace panel is available in Ivory finish, and we are also excited to offer it in a Black and Gray version for our more dramatic clients, who seek a most unusual accent for their Romantic, Theatrical, Goth or Steampunk interior. Suitable not only as a window treatment, but also intended as a striking wall-hanging, tapestry or bed-hanging, the Gothic panel will lend a stunning presence to any room.
We've again collaborated with Steve Bauer of Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpapers to bring you another post-1900 pattern for your Dutch Colonial, Tudor Revival, Bungalow or other early 20th century house. Regency adapts the delicate Neo-Classical motifs of the Adam era to coordinate with the furnishings of the American Colonial Revival from 1910-1940 (although it looks just as beautiful in any Federal, Greek Revival or Victorian home dating from 1790-1900!) This graceful and elegant lace curtain panel promises privacy whilst permitting an abundance of light to filter into your home.
Cherwell, an 1887 design from the archives of William Morris' Morris & Company, is a true, English Arts and Crafts Lace Curtain designed for Aesthetic Movement. And for the first time, we are offering a matching Arts and Crafts lace tablecloth as well! Cherwell gives you the opportunity to bring the timeless genius of William Morris into your home in an exquisite manner, whether it's furnished in the Late Victorian, Craftsman or Modern style. This all-over floral pattern features chrysanthemums, thistles and other flora along with the graceful leaves that make the work of Morris and Company so distinctive.
Inspired by Viennese fashion at the turn of the century, Dard Hunter created this distinctive square rose paired with a graceful stem, and it has become his most recognizable design. The Hunter Rose's delicate lines will beautifully accent any style of interior.
Before we introduced our Art Deco Panel, there were few choices for those seeking a lace curtain that purely reflected this distinctive and graceful era. We were delighted when Steve Bauer of Bradbury & Bradbury Wallpapers designed what has become our newest line of lace sheers, and the Art Deco Panel is a truly striking lace curtain that blends Art Deco motifs with subtle Classical and Egyptian influences. Its gently undulating border is reminiscent of ocean waves while the scrolls and fans are the epitome of stylish Art Deco design from the 1920s and 1930s.
Prairie Sumac is derived from a 1907 leaded glass window designed by Marion Mahony Griffin, the first licensed female architect in Illinois and colleague of Frank Lloyd Wright, this window treatment is a stylized version of the ubiquitous Mid-Western prairie plant. Taking its cue from Wright's legendary Prairie School of architecture, the unique Prairie Sumac is decidedly American in stylistic influence and reflects the robust architecture of the Plains States. It is equally attractive whether in a humble bungalow or a grand estate. Prairie Sumac is designed for maximum privacy while allowing plenty of filtered light to flow through into the room.
We are honored to have David E. Berman of Trustworth Studios join our roster of esteemed contemporary Arts and Crafts Movement artisans. Perhaps the most passionate, if not the leading, authority on Voysey's work, David has transformed this renowned British architect's 1900 design into an exquisite Arts & Crafts lace curtain panel. Oak and Acorn is a sublime lace window treatment that features some of the favorite motifs of the Arts and Crafts Movement, and the all-over pattern of these lace curtains provides beauty and privacy in any Bungalow, Craftsman or Shingle Style house.
Before we introduced our Grecian Panel, there were few choices for those seeking a truly Classically-inspired lace curtain. When we began researching an appropriate pattern, we thought who better to ask than the legendary Steve Bauer of Bradbury & Bradbury wallpapers, the man and the company who created the famous Neo-Grec and Neo-Classical wallpaper roomsets, along with many Colonial Revival wallpapers.
Featuring popular Classical motifs, our 100% cotton Grecian Panel is an elegant enhancement to any room, and is suitable for Georgian, Federal, Greek Revival and Mid-Victorian Houses, as its delicate Classical design is the most harmonious for these styles of interiors. This lace sheer is also intended to ornament Colonial Revival interiors from 1890-1910, as this period was indeed a time of Classical revivalism.
Whether you live in the city or the country, you'll always look out upon the entrance to a quiet forest when you place Laura Wilder's Glen's Edge in your window. Its boughs will sway with the gentle breezes and lend a placid mood to your house or apartment.
During the first decades of the 20th century, the Colonial Revival was as popular as the Craftsman influence; in fact, many dwellings were furnished in a combination of the two. Our Old Colony panel is the perfect choice for those who desire an elegant curtain that blends both styles. Adapted from a period textile, its gentle curves and floral motifs will provide a graceful embellishment to your home.
The Gingko Leaf is a favorite motif of the Arts and Crafts movement, and as a fellow transplant from Japan, Yoshiko Yamamoto has always felt a special bond with it. Designed exclusively for Cooper's Cottage Lace, Gingko Leaf is framed with a delicate lattice border.
Until now, there wasn't a Lace Curtain Panel for those enamored with the interiors of 1870-1890 and desired a lace curtain that truly incorporated their beloved Eastlake motifs. This latest addition to our line, the Eastlake Panel, features the robust, yet simple designs made popular by the Englishman Charles Locke Eastlake in his best-selling book Hints on Household Taste.
When we began researching an appropriate lace pattern, we thought who better to ask than the legendary Steve Bauer of Bradbury& Bradbury wallpapers, the man and the company who brought Eastlake and Aesthetic movement wallcovering patterns into so many of today's grand Victorian homes. Steve drew the Eastlake Panel to coordinate not only with Bradbury & Bradbury's many wallpaper roomsets, but also to compliment the home of any aficionado of Victoriana.
Craftsman interiors have always been enhanced with Pine Cones, and Yoshiko has created this curtain just for us to lend a rustic touch to any window. Also framed with a delicate lattice border, Pine Cone embraces the calm of the outdoors and brings it inside your home.
Perfect for hanging above our café-length panels or by themselves to embellish your windows with an Arts and Crafts flair! Our new valances match our Hunter Rose, Gingko Leaf and Pine Cone lace panels. 100% Cotton Lace Valances are 14" high, With rod pocket.
Arts and Crafts lace table scarves that match our Hunter Rose, Old Colony and Glen's Edge lace curtains. These 100% cotton lace scarves add a distinctive touch to any table, buffet or sideboard. A wonderful present for the Arts and Crafts aficionado in your life!
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