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Hippe Lodsh kussens!

Hippe Lodsh kussens!

suzani:  antique uzbek suzani, central asian ethnic textiles, silk embroidery, 19th c,

Ethnic Bohemian Trend- Vibrant repeated patterns using spicy colors such as red (antique uzbek suzani, central asian ethnic textiles, silk embroidery of the century)

It started with an African textile we found on a scouting trip. We loved the graphic shapes and played with the concept, arriving at this punchy print, which has all the vibrancy of the original with a slightly more tailored look.

It started with an African textile we found on a scouting trip. We loved the graphic shapes and played with the concept, arriving at this punchy print, which has all the vibrancy of the original with a slightly more tailored look.

Lập loè

Japanese textiles Tissus japonais Japon / Japan make great patterns , and I love the versatility of having different, but matching patterns.

fragment | silk + metal-wrapped thread | brocaded & voided velvet | 60-13/16" x 24-5/8" | Turkey | c. 17th century

C Turkey fragment of silk + metal-wrapped thread brocaded & voided velvet.

we could mount a suzani like this behind your bed to upholster the wall/create a headboard

we could mount a suzani like this behind your bed to upholster the wall/create a headboard

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