Curtains Ombre Mandala ocher brown
Curtains with a traditional mandala in natural earth tones. Opaque, but translucent.
approx. 200 cm long + approx. 10 cm loops
approx. 230 cm wide, consisting of two parts.
The mandala curtain consists of two curtains, which when closed show the complete mandala.
Both parts of the curtain have sewn loops. This means that the curtain can be hung on any curtain rod without the need for additional curtain rings or the like.
The fabric is made of pure cotton and is as thick as that of traditional wall towels or thin bedspreads.
The curtain lets sunlight through and bathes the room in pleasantly subdued light when the sun comes in.
In our blog you will learn the meaning and definition of mandalas. If you want to know which curtain suits your living or work space best, be sure to read on! Below you will find out interesting facts about this beautiful mandala curtain in ocher-brown.
Ocher denotes earth colors that range from bright yellow to red to shades of brown. As early as the Stone Age, ocher was used for cave paintings and as a dye for decorative elements. Ocher colors are also known from antiquity and the Middle Ages. The warm colors are very popular again today because they look cozy and provide a feeling of security. The harmonious color scheme of the Indian mandala curtain ombré in connection with the generous mandala and small decorative elements exudes calm and a peaceful energy. At the same time, the room appears bright and full of light.
This attractive curtain stands for lightness and joie de vivre and at the same time grounds. So it is ideal for many occasions. It is often bought for bedrooms and dining rooms, it also fits perfectly in waiting rooms or treatment rooms.
Elaborately handcrafted in Rajasthan, India.
The Ombre Mandala in ocher brown is also available as tapestry in different sizes.