Bellflower lace curtains were inspired by the English Arts and Crafts designer and architect C.F. A. Voysey. The pattern is taken from the archives of the Tompkinson’s and Steele’s carpet mills of the British Midlands. Just after the turn of the 20th century, Voysey was commissioned to draw several patterns, including Oak & Acorn, which we have also interpreted, as a lace curtain pattern. Bellflower is one of our most delicate and intricate patterns, and features an interwoven checkerboard motif of dense foliates interspersed with lacy tendrils. It is intended for late Victorian and Arts & Crafts interiors, but is compatible with any home. 100% Scottish Cotton, finished in Ivory. Woven with a rod pocket and header at the top.