One Word Challenge: Curtains

A collection of curtains from around the world.

Monk’s quarters in Laos curtained in saffron cloth.
monk's quarters in LaosAl took this great shot of a window in Fort St. James in northern BC, Canada.Fort St. James window, BC, Canada Sheer curtains filter the light at Chittor Palace in India.Sheer curtains filter the light at Chittor Palace in India White lace curtains adorn a green wooden house in Marken, Holland.
White lace curtains adorn a green wooden house in Marken, HollandA window in Monet’s house catching the afternoon light.A window in Monet's house catching the afternoon light A billowing red velvet curtain hides a mystery in Cuellar Castle in Spain.A billowing red velvet curtain hides a mystery in Cuellar Castle in Spain Sunlight through a dirty window creates subtle lighting on the curtains in Belfast, Ireland UK.
Sunlight through a dirty window in Belfast, Ireland UK Crystal edged velvet curtains add a subtle frame into this window into the past at the Escher Museum in Den Haag, Holland. The faded image shows the room the way it used to be furnished before it became an art museum.
Window into the past at the Escher Museum in Den Haag, Holland More of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Curtain

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