Bamboo Door Beads 'Two Tigers' is one of our most successful decorative tropical bamboo curtains.
BAMBOO DOOR BEADS with TWO TIGERS
We know tigers are a protected species and we do everything to bring awareness of that to the masses by painting their likeness on doorway beads as they linger on a large striped tiger rug. Wait! Well, not sure if we can save them, but here's your chance to do your part end help the cause by hanging one in your abode and lecturing family members and guests about the dangers of using too much tiger balm and overeating a certain kind of cereal. We can firmly say that no tigers were hurt in the manufacturing of these bamboo door beads.
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Decorative bamboo bead door curtain with 96 strands is expertly and patiently handcrafted by artisans from many hundreds of small bamboo shafts that, strung together, let in the breeze while keeping flying insects out. Perfect for patios, porches, doorways, as room dividers, wall hangings, or as tropical window treatments. Your pets love these bamboo door curtains. And you'll love them because you no longer have to open the door for your pets. Our unpainted natural bamboo door hangings give your home a touch of tropical island decor that only natural materials offer.
Measurements are 36" wide x 78" high (standard door size). A word about handmade items: due to the natural materials used, variances in length and thickness of the bamboo beads, paints used, or lengths at which these bamboo door beads are cut, chances are that no two are exactly alike. Also, keep in mind that ambient light conditions and computer monitor settings may have an effect on image perception. Lastly, bamboo curtains are made of loose hanging strands and have a degree of transparancy that varies based on the amount of light behind them. A dark closet will be obscured, but if you turn the light on in the closet the curtain will let you see through... view a sample. Tip: when hanging it on a white wall, hang a same size sheet of dark/black color behind it for better contrast.
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