- Patio Furniture
Our curtains come in two handsome hanging styles, Grommet Top and Tab Top both incredibly easy to use, and enjoy. Relaxation, after all, should be anything but complicated ... You can also Shop All Sunbrella Outdoor Curtains here.
There’s this certain quality to Lowcountry light. It’s hard to put a finger on, but you prize it when you’re here, and you miss it when you’re not. This light, in all its sundry fluctuating forms, carries with it hints of elegance, of weathered warmth and unhurried calm.Read More
It threads like fleeting strands of white and gold between verdant leaves of age-old oaks draped in silver-gray beards of wispy Spanish moss, and through whispering mottled-green fronds of palmetto palms waving in the heavy air like welcoming hands. It flickers like diamond flecks smattering the surface of the blue-green sea, glistens in shimmering beads on straw-brown marsh grass and glows in shifting hues of fiery autumn harvest against a hazy dawn horizon.
That uncommon light is part of what makes Pawleys feel like nowhere else on Earth.
So when we decided our beloved Original Pawleys Island brand ought to also include outdoor curtains, the uncanny quality of the light here, and the way it teases out the essential hues of this lovely place, were foremost in our thinking when we went to select our curtain colors.
If you’ve ever been to Pawleys Island, the place, you’ll immediately recognize in our curtains’ distinctive shades of green, blue, red, brown, black, white and beige the feeling that is Pawleys Island as well. So hopefully, when the sunlight in your own neck of the woods strikes your own curtain choice on your own front porch, back deck or patio, you’ll feel transported, at least a little, into a leisurely Lowcountry escape!
Our brand has been around for more than a century; we don’t take adding new products lightly. So for our curtain material, we chose weather-durable, cottony-soft Sunbrella, the most established, best-known high-performance outdoor fabric made today. We’re proud to say Sunbrella fabric is manufactured right here in the U.S.A, in neighboring North Carolina.