Admired recently: floaty, informal curtains made from patched-together linens. Here the editors of Remodelista rounded up eight examples that are easy to replicate, inspiring us all to get out our sewing machines.
Above: A kitchen curtain made from stitched-together tea towels. Photo by Polly Wreford.
Above: A patchwork of vintage linens via the Textile Trunk.
Above: A Korean pojabi-style curtain made from irregularly shaped, stitched-together fabric remnants. Photo via Jagoda Architecture.
Above: A curtain made from two stitched-together linen napkins via Recover Girl.
Above: A curtain made from old handkerchiefs. Photo via Dottie Angel.
Like the patchwork curtain trend? See page 45 in Remodelista‘s forthcoming book, Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home.