Horrifying Lace

Courtesy Lionsgate/CBS Films.

Lace curtains aren’t just for historical dramas…

Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark used dozens of our Regency, Old Colony, Melrose, Wreath, Highland Rose and Honeybee panels.

We at Cooper Lace provide lace curtains to hundreds of film and television sets; typically, it’s a drama set in the past, such as Dickinson, Underground or The Beguiled. Set decorators love our patterns, because of their beauty and authenticity, and they help to create a historic feel quickly and affordably.

And then there’s the scary stuff…

It’s surprising how often our lace shows up in horror and suspense films and shows; set decorators shred it, stain it dark brown and leave it in tatters, all to convey a spooky or mysterious aura.

Adam Sandler’s Hubie Halloween just purchased our Gothic panels, the same pattern as was used for the Google Pixel Phone advertisement, where Dracula made a cameo appearance.  Locke and Key and Crimson Peak also chose Cooper Lace and then, there’s a murder scene in Equalizer 2: I was told they bought many spares because of all the blood…

Photo Credits:

Scary Stories:  Lionsgate/CBS Films

Dracula: Google Pixel

You Oughta Be In Pictures

Look for Cooper Lace in these current films and television shows.

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On any given week, Cooper Lace is working with a number of set decorators and buyers, assisting them in choosing the best lace patterns to create a convincing set design. I frequently travel to Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Boston and locations in between, visiting back-lots and remote locations to ensure our clients’ demands are met.

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We’ve become the leading resource for the North American Entertainment Industry, and we are known for always making deadlines and coming up with solutions in a business where time is of the essence. Just yesterday, we shipped Grecian lace to the set of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. You can also currently see our lace in Shazam, Dickinson and the upcoming Call of the Wild, and Little Women. We’ll keep you posted as more productions are released.

Your Best Choice For Scottish Cotton Lace Curtains

The Lowest Prices, Fastest Service, Free Shipping and Return Acceptance!

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It’s no secret that you, the customer, can find several websites that sell the same cotton Scottish Lace Curtain patterns such as Alexandra, Lucynda, Highland Rose or Neo-Grec; why should you then purchase them from Cooper Lace? The answer is clear as day: we have the lowest prices, the fastest, FREE* shipping (typically a week) on any size order, and cheerfully accept returns.

In addition, we’ll lend you full-panel samples of patterns for two weeks to try out in your home, and assist you personally with measuring and hanging them. We’ll also custom shorten your panels for only $10 each.

Cooper Lace is the largest historic lace curtain company in North America; we sell more panels than all the other similar companies combined! You can rely on us, just as thousands of film sets, museums and homeowners have for twelve years. Call or email us today!

*in the United States

Our New Website!

The More Things Change…

Welcome to Cooper Lace’s new website! We hope you find it easier to navigate and more informative about our extensive line of historic lace curtains. The update was needed as we’ve become the largest historic lace curtain company in North America!

Recently, a client forwarded some old newspaper clippings of lace curtain shops from a century past; it was charming to see that there was a Cooper’s Lace Curtains back in 1910 Altoona, Pennsylvania! Of course, the prices have gone up a bit, but we strive to offer the same personalized service as that of a local shopkeeper, even as we ship to customers all over the world.

I’ll be updating this blog as frequently as possible, and sharing with you interesting side notes about the projects we’re working on, tips on how to work with lace and new designs.

-Dan Cooper

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