Bird of Paradise is a 90 x 200cm bamboo Door Curtain. It features stunning depictions of the flower of the bird of paradise plant.
About the Bird of Paradise Plant
According to Wikipedia, Strelitzia is a genus of five species of perennial plants, native to South Africa. It belongs to the plant family Strelitziaceae. Apparently, the genus is named after the duchy of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, birthplace of Queen Charlotte of the United Kingdom. A common name of the genus is bird of paradise flower / plant, because of a resemblance of its flowers to birds-of-paradise. In South Africa it is commonly known as a crane flower and is featured on the reverse of the 50 cent coin. It is the floral emblem of the City of Los Angeles; two of the species, Strelitzia nicolai and Strelitzia reginae, are frequently grown as house plants.
Features of Our Beaded Door Curtains
Another feature of our door curtains is that each one is unique, having been hand-painted in Vietnam. And they come in an assortment of designs and styles ranging from plain coloured or natural through to images depicting spiritual, floral and beachside living themes.
As well, they are as practical as they are attractive. Because beaded door curtains provide screening without obstructing the natural movement of air. And they act as a deterrent to flying insects.
Beaded Door Curtains are not just for doorways. They can also be used in other creative ways;
- for example, as a room partition: screen an unsightly laundry area, or a workspace, separate a dining and living area
- or even as a wall feature.
Another plus is that our beaded door curtains are easy to hang – they come with their own hanging furniture. Simply use the two hooks in the top bar to suspend the door curtain over a door way, from the ceiling, or on a wall.