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Eastlake lace curtains were created for Victorian and Arts & Crafts interiors. Until now, there wasn’t a Victorian lace curtain panel for those enamored with the interiors of 1870-1890 and desired sheers that truly incorporated their beloved Eastlake motifs. This addition to our line 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 Aesthetic movement lace pattern suitable for Second Empire, Stick Style, and Queen Anne houses, we thought who better to ask than 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 Lace Panel to coordinate not only with Bradbury & Bradbury’s many wall-paper roomsets, but also to compliment the home of any aficionado of Victoriana.