Bedding and Bath Floral(202 items)
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Very nice covers
These are well made covers for throw pillows. The colors are lovely and it looks wonderful on a neutral colored bedroom.
They went on my couch which doesnt get much use.
I got my pillow covers yesterday and love them, I had looked for the right ones for some time and , I love the colors and I do a little bit of work like this and know how much work was involved.
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Grey and White Block Print Quilt and Pillow Covers (3 Pc), "Misty Morning"$179
Anil Khandelwal turns to India's legendary block prints to add sophistication to any bedroom. A stylish cotton quilt and two matching pillow covers feature grey and white floral motifs, while the backs are adorned with pinstripes for two different looks. The prints are carefully applied by hand as they have been for hundreds of years.
Two Embroidered Cushion Covers in Aqua Tones from India, "Aqua Fusion"$44.99
Seema creates two beautiful cushion covers with modern motifs in aqua and ivory. On one, applique forms diagonal stripes that alternate with golden embroidery. On the other, lavish machine embroidery emulates India's traditional chainstitch to create flowers and foliage. Both cushion covers feature solid turquoise on the reverse side.
India Hand Stitched Cotton Block Print Quilt and 2 Shams Set, "Bombay Toile"$395
Designed by Shashi Sehgal, this lovely set of bed linens tells a story of ancient life in India. Herders guided their flocks to graze in lush grasslands bordering the Thar Desert. For coverlets, the women created quilts of layered fabric, stitched by hand in a technique known as -making or hand quilting. This set of quilt and two pillow shams is created in the same way of cotton voile.
The quilt is reversible and the motifs are created with block prints, applied by hand in blue on ivory. One side depicts foliage and flowers in a pattern named "Cool March," for chilly evenings in early spring. On the reverse side as well as the shams, neat rows of flowers represent the unbroken lineage of tradition handed down over generations. Finished with piping, the edges are scalloped and the stitching is done by hand.
A zipper at the bottom of the shams opens them to insert the cushions.