Privacy curtains featured in Hollywood
Specialty Fabrics Review | April 2010
The Cubicle Curtain Factory, West Palm Beach, Fla., continues its quest to bring privacy and cost savings to health care facilities with its Simply 66 curtains. The modular product installs without a ladder (reducing worker falls and injuries), can allow replacement of just one panel instead of re-washing an entire curtain, and comes in antimicrobial and ecologically sustainable fabrics. The company also donates one percent of its profits to Common Thread for the Cure, a breast cancer support organization.
Not incidentally, the Simply 66 curtains look good enough to be movie backdrops, and have been featured in movies such as Steven Spielberg’s recent release “The Lovely Bones,” “Mission Impossible III,” “Hancock,” and television series such as “Law and Order.” The Cubicle Curtain Factory, a women-owned business, is moving into other products, such as black-out curtains, shower curtains and cubicle curtain tracks.