French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec collaborated with Danish textile company Kvadrat to add a superior style element to a set of geometric curtain designs. The new collection boasts chain-like patterns that are hand-embroidered into a translucent fabric that optimizes light penetration. Kvadrat's curtains are made out of tape yarn and their detail-oriented and minimalist handywork fosters a sophisticated and elegant drape, while also giving them "a discreet three-dimensional and playful character," as the designers describe.
The intensity of the color relationship in these geometric curtain designs varies across individual products—from the subtle complementary quality of white on pastel pink to the somewhat clashing design of translucent black and red.
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These Kvadrat Minimalist Curtains are Hand-Embroidered
1. Sophisticated Translucent Curtains - The hand-embroidered translucent fabric in these curtains offers a sophisticated and elegant drape.
2. Chain-like Patterns - The chain-like patterns in these curtains give them a discreet three-dimensional and playful character.
3. Minimalist Tape Yarn Curtains - The minimalist handywork and use of tape yarn in these curtains create a minimalist and detail-oriented design.
1. Interior Design - Interior designers can incorporate these sophisticated translucent curtains into their designs to create a stylish and elegant atmosphere.
2. Textile Manufacturing - Textile companies can explore the use of hand-embroidered translucent fabric and chain-like patterns in their curtain designs to offer unique and innovative products.
3. Home Decor Retail - Home decor retailers can stock these minimalist tape yarn curtains to cater to customers looking for a modern and minimalist aesthetic for their homes.