$49.00 – $225.00
Bellflower lace curtains were inspired by the English Arts and Crafts designer and architect C.F. A. Voysey. The pattern is taken from the archives of the Tompkinson’s and Steele’s carpet mills of the British Midlands. Just after the turn of the 20th century, Voysey was commissioned to draw several patterns, including Oak & Acorn, which we have also interpreted, as a lace curtain pattern. Bellflower is one of our most delicate and intricate patterns, and features an interwoven checkerboard motif of dense foliates interspersed with lacy tendrils. It is intended for late Victorian and Arts & Crafts interiors, but is compatible with any home.
I have had Bellflower in my house for years now! It is a beautiful pattern in our home that has Morris and Voysey wallpapers. It fits right in! Thank you!
I have had these curtains in my home for ten years now. They are beautiful and provide privacy from the street while still letting in ample light on my tall Victorian windows. Just took them down for a wash and iron and they are good as new. Can’t recommend highly enough.
dan cooper –
Dear Dawn, Thank you for this, we’re very flattered!