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SIVIRENE Curtain, white

CHF 7.95
Article Number: 
604.174.25
Cabinet number:: 
★★★★★
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Curtains with a sheer fabric provide privacy, while letting daylight through and help you feel connected with the world outside the window.
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150x50 cm
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-This curtain provide privacy, while letting daylight through and help you feel connected with the world outside the window.
-The curtain slides easily back and forth thanks to the plastic sleeve on the joint where the rods meet.
-The tab heading allows you to hang the curtains directly on a curtain rod.
-Easy to keep clean since it is machine washable.
Good to know
To be completed with FJÄDRANDE curtain rod.
Recommended for light fabric curtains, max. weight 2 kg.
Care instructions
Machine wash, max 40°C, normal process.
Iron, max 200°C.
Product dimensions
Length: 50 cm
Width: 150 cm

Designer
Paulin Machado
Product description
100% cotton
Environment
All the cotton in our products comes from more sustainable sources. This means that the cotton is either recycled, or grown with less water, less fertilisers and less pesticides, while increasing profit margins for the farmers.
Renewable material (cotton).
The material in this product may be recyclable. Please check the recycling rules in your community and if recycling facilities exist in your area.
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SIVIRENE Curtain   This curtain provide privacy, while letting daylight through and help you feel connected with the world outside the window.

Sustainable life at home

Short curtains that make your home greener
At IKEA we are striving for a more sustainable future. That’s why we asked ourselves; how can we give a new, greener meaning to a simple thing like putting up new curtains at home? For our short curtains, we decided to do it by using recycled plastic bottles, fabric that is too short to become full-length curtains, and leftover pieces of fabric from our production of bed linen – threads and everything. It’s good for both the planet and the many people.

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How to save water by using waste

To use waste as a resource is a classical way to be thrifty. When you can do it in big scale, it also means big savings of for example valuable water. That’s what we’re doing when we produce SIVIRENE curtain. It’s made of leftover pieces of fabric from our production of bed linen.

“It all started when we had a meeting with some of our textile suppliers. We wanted to see how we could make our products more sustainable by using resources smarter,” tells Nishant Verma, who works as IKEA engineer. One of our bed linen suppliers came up with a good idea; to use waste that’s generated in our own production. And not just the pieces that can be patched together, but all the fragments – threads and everything.

Leftover material saves water

Together with the supplier, Nishant and his team worked out the details. They decided that a small curtain like SIVIRENE would be the perfect test candidate for this production technique. To be able to use waste fabric, it first needs to be torn to fibres by big rollers with metal spikes. The fibres are then spun into a yarn. “80% of SIVIRENE comes from leftovers. The remaining 20% is new cotton that’s needed to make the fibres latch together. This way we’re using 80% less water compared to if SIVIRENE was made from new cotton alone”, says Nishant.

Small print for less imprint

The team also looked at how the design could contribute. They agreed that a small print pattern in a soft colour would give several benefits. Less chemicals would be needed to get the dye to attach to the fabric – and SIVIRENE would also be easier to match with other furnishings. “By using resources wisely, we can make it easier for people to live a more sustainable life at home. SIVIRENE is just one small part of that, but every step counts,” says Nishant.

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This curtain provide privacy, while letting daylight through and help you feel connected with the world outside the window. The curtain slides easily back and forth thanks to the plastic sleeve on the joint where the rods meet. The tab heading allows you to hang the curtains directly on a curtain rod. Easy to keep clean since it is machine washable. https://www.ikea.com/ch/en/images/products/sivirene-curtain-white__0615322_PE687244_S4.JPG SIVIRENE Curtain, white 604.174.25 IKEA CHF 7.95