Bedding and Bath from Andes(238 items)
Welcome to the Bedding and Bath from Ande Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Bedding and Bath from Andes
It is a beautiful cushion cover! One drawback is that, some of the flowers are glued instead of sewed to the cover, and will drop after a few days use. I need to sew them back.
So soft and beautiful. The perfect addition to any living space. Wonderful weight for snuggling without being bulky.
I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO COOLER WEATHER
I am looking forward to cooler weather so that I can cozy up with this beautiful blanket. It is soft and the color is lovely.
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Popular Bedding and Bath from Andes
Alpaca Acrylic Blend Throw Blanket in Sand from Peru, "Sandy Passion"$39.99
Intricate wavy textures adorn the surface of this throw blanket from Peru, woven from an acrylic and alpaca blend for a warm, durable blanket. With fringes on the ends and a solid sand color, the blanket is presented by Nestor Yana, who carries on the weaving traditions of his Peruvian hometown.
Alpaca and AcrylicThrow Blanket with Fringe in Denim Blue, "Puno Traditions in Blue"$44.95
The Puno region of Peru is an area well-know for its woven textiles. Native artisan Nestor Yana is proud to carry on the traditions of his home, presenting this throw blanket, woven from an acrylic and alpaca blend for a warm, durable creation. Featuring a textured pattern and a solid denim blue color, the throw is finished with fringes on the ends.
100% Alpaca Throw Blanket in Solid Black from Peru, "Andean Comfort in Black"$147.99
Add the comfort of the Andes to your home with this throw blanket from Peru. Designed by Isidoro C'cahuantico, the throw is woven of soft 100% alpaca wool, featuring a solid color in black. Lovely fringes complete the throw at each end.
Hand Made Alpaca Wool Blend Patterned Blanket, "Paracas Monochrome"$137.99
Isidoro C'cahuantico honors Peru's past with this warm alpaca wool blanket. He replicates the glyphs of the legendary Paracas culture in reversible white and black shades. Flourishing in Peru's south coast, Paracas artists excelled at a variety of art forms.