Bolsena Curtain – Khaki Green

Our Bolsena curtain, in khaki green velvet and recycled cotton, is a classic in our collection. The sobriety of the off-white Keria cotton is combined with the warmth of the velvet, and the black stripe gives just the right rhythm to the composition. In anticipation of changing moods and seasons, the variety of colors available allows our Bolsena range to keep pace, as does its adaptability in length. The clip ring system allows you to play with the top lapel and thus easily adjust size and style.

  • Handmade in our workshop in Marrakech
  • Dimensions: 3 sizes 250 / 280 / 350cm – width 135cm
  • Sold individually
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    Curtains in cotton Curtain in Keria cottonOrigin Morocco – recycled material, and velvet, bourdon stitch finish.

Keria cotton cover – Origin Morocco – recycled material, and velvet, bourdon stitch finish 

As Keria cotton is a recycled material, slight variations in shade may exist. When sending your order, we take care to check that everything is uniform, but please note that for any subsequent order we cannot guarantee an exactly similar shade. 

Dry cleaning recommended. 

For indoor use only 

This piece is handmade in Marrakech, in our own sewing workshops. 

Velvet is one of the few materials we use that is not produced in Morocco. It is currently made of 85% cotton and 15% polyester. We always try to ensure the ethics of the merchants we deal with. 


The Bolsena range of curtains and cushions is one of Éditions Vétiver’s first successes. This line was designed around Keria, a typical Moroccan fabric made from recycled white cotton scraps, and velvet, timeless and warm. 

From Casablanca, our craftsmen work the material to obtain an off-white result with a supple texture. The thickness of Kéria gives it a slight transparency that allows it to play with natural light. The piping in relief on the covers and curtains is made with bourdon stitch, a technique that marks our aesthetic.