Just as they appear in the Shop Wild Things video
I actually bought three of the Augusta bead curtains. I have them side by side but, because of the repeat pattern, they appear to be just one very wide 'curtain'. The scalloped bottom edge accentuates the effect further. The workmanship (workwomanship?) is excellent, although, as far as durability goes, they have only me to contend with. Don't know how well they'd withstand pets and children. The same comment would apply to almost anything hanging in sight of potential predators of course! You can do other things with them too as when/if you become a bit bored with the effect. More so if you've got several of them. Like, tying the outside ones off to the adjacent walls or trim. Or tying them all off in separate bunches. Or, in my case, taking the middle one out altogether! The way they look in the web video is how they actually do appear. There are no unwelcome surprises. Well, unless you live north of the border and have to pay the shipping, the exchange rate, Canadian taxes and a $33 duty on top of it all. Final tally came to a little over $200 CAD. Still, I'd braced myself for that. I should also add that it has got to be the most frivolous thing I've ever purchased. And at the final price! The lingering guilt it inspires is hopefully something I'll learn to live with. I'm working on it.