Where can I purchase these drapes?

I would love to buy this fabric or these drapes. Help me find them please.
q where to purchase drapes, reupholster, window treatments, windows
  4 answers
  • Amy Ogden-Paparone Amy Ogden-Paparone on May 27, 2015
    Did you find this picture on someone's blog? You can always go back and ask. Most times they're more than happy to tell you where they got something.
    • Carolyn Haynes Carolyn Haynes on May 27, 2015
      @Amy Ogden-Paparone I found the pin on both pintrest and hometalk, and best I canfigure, Wayfair decorated this home for Coastal Cottage. I contactedWayfair and they do not carry this Drape. The post is two years old, butstill, I was hoping to find these. I am not even sure if this is areadymade drape or if they purchased fabric and made their own. I am on amission, so I will keep searching, and thank you so much for responding. I am still hopeful.
  • Shari Shari on May 27, 2015
    I found it! Sort of. The Coastal Living magazine link below says the curtains are custom made from "Lattice fabric by Noveltex." http://www.coastalliving.com/homes/decorating/designing-modern-beach-house/neutral-bedroom_3 Since fabric patterns oftentimes come and go with the seasons, I'm thinking you are going to have great difficulty finding this exact pattern, unless you just happen to luck into a remnant someplace like eBay, Etsy, or maybe some on-line fabric supplier that deals in discontinued fabric. Even though the magazine feature was 2 years ago, the home was probably photographed a year before that, and who knows how long the curtains had been made before the magazine shoot. Good luck though! I know what it's like to get your heart set on something specific you've seen on the internet and then search to the ends of the earth for it. Been there/done that! As an aside, I don't think Wayfair had anything to do with the decorating of this home. I think they have used the Coastal Living photos to show how you can get the same/similar look with items purchased from Wayfair.
    • Carolyn Haynes Carolyn Haynes on May 28, 2015
      @Shari Thank you so much ! this gives me something to start with. i will let you know if my search for this fabric is successful. Thank you so much for finding and giving me this information.
  • Delyse Tomaselli Delyse Tomaselli on May 28, 2015
    If you can't find them try looking for a stecil with a pattern close to the one on the curtain in the picture. Useing Annie Sloan chalk paint or acrylic fabric paint, stencil the design on some dropsheets from the hardware or even calico. Drape the fabric over an attractive rod or make it into traditional style curtains, if you enjoy sewing. It wil take a bit more effort than buying them ready made, however you could have a lot of fun doing your own, admiring and taking the credit for your creation. Very satisfying!
  • Kim Kim on May 28, 2015
    I have seen something very close at Kirkland's. Good luck.