Pair of William Morris Pimpernel Aubergine Lined Curtains - 3 lengths
Pair of lined curtains in the Pimpernel design in an Aubergine colourway. William Morris designed Pimpernel in 1876 as a wallpaper with the design named after the small pimpernel flowers in the print rather than the poppies that dominate it. Pimpernel wallpaper adorned the walls of the Morris family dining room at Kelmscott House, Hammersmith.
Size: 190 cm x 137 cm (75 x 54" drop). 190 cm is the width of one panel of these curtains before it is gathered up. 137 cm refers to the drop (length) of the curtains.
Size: 190 cm x 183 cm (75 x 71.5" drop). 190 cm refers to the width of one of the curtain panels before gathering. 183 cm refers to the drop (length) of the curtains.
Size: 190 cm x 228. 190 cm refers to the width of one of the curtain panels before gathering. 228 cm refers to the drop (length) of the curtains.
Pencil pleat. Made in England using Morris & Co. by Sanderson fabric.
Face is 100% cotton. Lining is 50/50 Poly/Cotton.
Dry Clean Only.
If you are unsure about the colour of this fabric then you are welcome to contact me for a small fabric sample that will be sent free of charge to the UK.
We also sell cushions and cushion covers in the Pimpernel Aubergine design.