A rustling palmetto palm pinned against bright blue sky - nothing conveys the Lowcountry's casual charms quite like it. And among the unique things about palm fronds: They aren't really the deep green they appear from far away. Up close they're a complex assortment of colors, with hints of yellow and light brown threading through the several hues of green.
Our Dupione Laurel fabric, with its varying verdant shades visible only up close and combining at a distance into solid green, captures that prized chameleon quality of the palm leaf. So maybe you can't have South Carolina's beloved state tree in your own yard, but now with this handsome curtain, you can bring colorful hints of our happy seaside symbol to your own deck, porch or patio!
We're delighted to offer Dupione Laurel in Sunbrella fabric, proudly made right here in the U.S.A.
Sunbrella itself offers an unmatched history of quality, durability and exceptional good looks. The fabric is solution-dyed, the color actually added during manufacturing of the synthetic thread fiber, to become part of the thread itself. That means at means the robust curtain hue you started with will stay true for seasons to come, even after the kind of intensive sun exposure common to Lowcountry South Carolina.
A heavy-duty yet lightweight acrylic blend, Sunbrella is also resistant to staining, rot, mold and mildew, yet has a softness on par with cotton.
Our Tab Top curtain variety is ideal for outdoor settings, and couldn't be any simpler to hang, or to take down; the fabric tabs running along the top edge slide directly over a stationary drapery rod. Offering uncluttered lines for design and a casual, consistent appearance, free-hanging Tab Top curtains work wonderfully to enhance the smart, relaxed feel of the contemporary outdoor room.