Monday, December 22, 2014
When Cooper Lace introduced the Gothic lace curtain panel, we envisioned them enhancing grand, mid-century homes with high ceilings and broad windows. Their elegant architectural motifs are a natural for this kind of interior, and indeed, they've been used in mansions all the way from California to Australia.Then, a client in south-eastern Massachusetts just purchased four of them for his loft apartment; it's on the ground floor and abuts the parking lot. He's delighted that they allow plenty of light, but give him privacy at night.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Cooper Lace's (and the world's, for that matter) first Mid-Century Modern lace curtain pattern, Galaxy, was featured in the November 27th edition of the New York Times! The response has been fantastic, and we're grateful that the publication was impressed enough with Bradbury & Bradbury Art Wallpaper's Steve Bauer and his design to show it to the world! Please contact us for more information or samples.