Cushion Covers Bohemian(24 items)
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Beautiful pillow covers
I love these pillow covers!The colors are very true to picture. Heavily woven in beautiful pattern. Very well made.
Popular Cushion Covers Bohemian
Ikat Geometric Cotton Cushion Covers from Java (Pair), "Respati Wengi"$44.99
In tones of dove grey and caramel, geometric patterns create stripes across this pair of cotton cushion covers from Java. Hari Ratih designs these cushion covers, decorated using the method; individual threads are tie-dyed before being woven together, resulting in the predetermined geometric patterns. Each cover opens at the side with a zipper for inserting a cushion. The artisan names these cushion covers which means "dark night" in Indonesian.
Batik Patterned Indigo Cotton Cushion Cover, "Square Modern Indigo"
Designed by Thailand's Simone Buys and crafted using traditional batik methods, this square cushion cover makes a striking accent in any setting. The all-cotton cover is hand-painted with patterns in wax before being dyed a deep indigo color. The cover features a solid natural cotton back with a slit for the insertion of a cushion.
Striped Earth-Tone Cotton Cushion Covers from Peru (Pair), "Dunes of Ica"$79.99
Reflecting the sandy hues of the famous dunes at Ica, this pair of cushion covers from Peru is decorated with speckled earth-tone stripes. Artisan W. Rojas Yuri hand-weaves the pair from cotton on a traditional loom, diligently incorporating the yarns to create the fabulous pattern. Each cover features a solid color in golden brown on the back, complete with a slit for inserting a cushion. The pair is accented with tassels at the corners.
Thai Artisan Crafted Blue Batik Cotton Pillow Covers (pair), "Hmong Energy"
Crafted from all-cotton fabric, this pair of indigo and off-white cushion covers from artisan Simone Buys adds a splash of Thai hill tribe style to any decor. The complex cross and block print is created using the ancient art of batik, whereby wax is applied to specific areas so that they resist the dye. The pair of covers features a reverse side of plain off-white cotton, with a flap for inserting the cushion (not included).