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Looking for Kitchen Door Curtains

Posted by jel48 (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 12, 12 at 12:06

I am looking for curtains for my kitchen door. It is a pretty basic door and has a window in it that is 24 inches wide and 38 inches long. I want a standard cafe type curtain. I can't seem to find one anywhere! I've looked at Shopko and Walmart and find kitchen curtains that come with matching valences, but I don't need a valence. I've looked online and find much of the same. I found a very few cafe curtains without valance, but they weren't long enough. And if I search for door curtains, all I find are those for full length patio doors.

Anyone know of a source?


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RE: Looking for Kitchen Door Curtains

I like countrycurtains dot com and even Sears. I used to buy from JC Penney, but have had quality issues with them in recent months.


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RE: Looking for Kitchen Door Curtains

I make my own cafe curtains. Very basic.


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RE: Looking for Kitchen Door Curtains

Country curtains.


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RE: Looking for Kitchen Door Curtains

Is there a Marburn Curtain store in your area? They still have the separate curtains and valances, AND they have various sizes of curtains.

However, if you can find something you like that only comes with a valance? You can always use that extra fabric. It could become placemats, potholders, a runner for the table, a cover for an appliance you keep out, tiebacks for the curtains on the door, napkins.... You never go wrong with a little extra fabric. And maybe next summer, you'll prefer just having a valance on the door, rather than the curtains.


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RE: Looking for Kitchen Door Curtains

Country Curtains online here too.


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