Calm your mind and take a mental stroll through this Garden of Prayer, a place of meditation and peace. Polyester/cotton, trompe l'oeil curtain window art by Thomas Kinkade will revitalize your room with its elegant gazebo and garden image. Two panels create the look; sold as a pair. Unlined curtain window art has 3" rod pocket. 72"x84". Imported.
• Trompe l'oeil curtain window art by Thomas Kinkade
• Machine washable
• Great for use on windows or French doors FREE Standard Shipping on this item! Click Here for Details.
Garden of Prayer Trompe l'oeil Window Art will revitalize your room with its vivid image, made all the more brilliant when sunshine backs it. Scene depicts an elegant gazebo nestled in a wooded garden area. Nearby, a tranquil path meanders alongside a stream. Colorful foliage abounds in pink, purple, orange, green, and ivory hues.
Thomas Kinkade Garden of Prayer Curtain Window Art is polyester/cotton. Imported.
Machine wash cold. Line dry.
Review Summary (Based on 7 Reviews)
I am using this instead of closet doors. It' mounted inside of the wooden framing. The perfect addition to my bedroom!
I've got this for my mom, she always loved Thomas Kincade's worki. We live in Queens and our dining room windows faces the walls of the house next to us, so I thought this would be a great way to have some nice scenery instead of looking out at the walls of the next house. My mom recently had a stroke and we found out she has cancer, she will be staying in the dining room (converted to a bedroom for her) home hospice. This way she will have a nice view while being at home.
I was very disappointed with this item for a number of reasons. The colors were faded, the curtains were lighter than I anticipated, and they do not hang well. I love Thomas Kinkade, but I don't think the curtain expresses his work truthfully. At least the two panels match. This is the only reason that I am not rating lower.
LOOKS GOOD. Will be covering a French Door. Sad it is made in Pakistan? Why?
The curtain was beautiful but I believe the panels should be made wider .
I really love this window art. I plan to put it in my patio close to the tea table. No doubt it will give it a serene and peaceful atmosphere just want I need when I want to relax.
I use the decorative curtains to cover Shoji screens. They turn ordinary sliding doors into eye-catching room accents. This is the second room I've decorated with them. The screens facinate everyone who sees them.
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