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Our shower curtains are made from 100% polyester fabric and include 12 holes at the top of the curtain for simple hanging from your own shower curtain rings. The total dimensions of each shower curtain are 71" wide x 74" tall.
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March 27th, 2023
March 27th, 2023
Absolutely beautiful breath taking color
March 21st, 2023
We love the Gopher shower curtain! The bathroom downstairs is the 'boys' bathroom. The bathroom needed help... More boy personality . I wanted to change it but never could find anything that said boy but looked decent. Well this shower curtain is awesome. The colors are great with some gray tones so I can add towels etc. to go with it. Thank you!
March 20th, 2023
March 17th, 2023
Love this shower curtain so much it's unique and looks great in my bathroom thank you from the United Kingdom 🙂
March 13th, 2023
It's great! My boys are stoked to have this as their shower curtain now, even our 3 year old daughter enjoys it!
Antique Maps - Old Cartographic maps - Antique Map of Abyssinia, Sudan and The Red Sea, 1771 Buy Art Online ! Buy old maps, vintage posters, antique maps, nautical maps, historical maps, cartographic map art prints by Studio Grafiikka . This is an art print from Studio Grafiikka’s collection of antique maps, vintage maps, old cartographic map art prints from the 15th century up until the late 19th century. These maps have been restored, color corrected and rectified so that they can be reproduced as high quality art prints. There are old maps of the states of the USA, Vintage maps of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and North America. Also included in the collection are a huge collection of Nautical maps used by the sailors and explorers of the 15th century and later. They are a collectors delight. They go well in modern, urban interiors as much as they do with traditional, cottage chic or bohemian styled interior spaces. These interior decor prints of old cartographic maps would be...
Studio Grafiikka is a multi-disciplinary design studio, established in the year 2015, with the objective of creating unique, affordable art for interior spaces. Our portfolio encompasses a wide array of artistic styles and subjects with the collection running to over 3000 artworks. The collection also includes hundreds of Vintage Posters and Antique Maps, all worked on and restored. The team at Studio Grafiikka study the design and art landscape very carefully and meticulously to predict and set the latest of trends, so as to provide our customers with art that is not only novel and unmatched, but also timeless. We continually come up with designs that have time and again been proven to set trends. Very prolific in terms of creating...
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