Portières, or doorway curtains, used the same rods and rings as window treatment. Popular from the until the end of the century, portières framed the entrances to public rooms, such as a parlor or dining room.
The Welsh Estate is the one place you don't want to be invited to. "It is an honor to be invited to the Welsh Estate," she said. A series of stories (and murders) involving poison. Beware the delightfully smelling roses and cinnamon.