Bedding and Bath from Central America(68 items)
Welcome to the Bedding and Bath from Central America Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Bedding and Bath from Central America
Beautiful design, workmanship, vivid colors!
This pillow cover is beautifully made, with a sophisticated and vibrant design. I highly recommend work of art.
Colors are Absolutely Beautiful
I bought the pillows and absolutely love them. The colors are more vibrant than the pictures. The designs stand out from the rectangular blocks in the border, show the detail weaving that is exquisite and coordinate harmoniously with each other. They are the perfect accents for my living room.
Popular Bedding and Bath from Central America
100% Cotton Duvet Cover Cerulean Daffodil from Guatemala, "Ancestral Paths"$302.99
Las Orquideas Weavers are a group of over 50 artisans from Guatemala who work together to improve their economic situation and quality of life. They weave this duvet color from 100% cotton on a traditional loom, elaborating it with plaid patterns in cerulean blue and daffodil shades. Known as the motifs are created with an ikat technique, in which the threads are tie-dyed before placing them on the loom. This technique is passed down through generations of artisan women.
Multicolor Cotton Maya Backstrap Loom Woven Cushion Cover, "Red Birds in Corn"$59.99
Observed by bright birds, villagers tend to corn plants that flourish on handwoven cotton. Women United for Artisan Development weave this cushion cover on a backstrap loom. Cording defines the borders, and the back is solid red. "These are the colors of the Maya cosmovision," the artisans explain. "You'll see them in our clothing, in nature, the fields and birds that live among us."
Should one of the threads snag, they suggest you pull it back into place from the back of the fabric with a fine crochet hook.
Red Deer Theme Maya Backstrap Black Cotton Cushion Cover, "Red Maya Deer"$64.99
Precise geometric motifs surround two red deer in an exquisite design. From talented members of Women United for Artisan Development, this cushion cover is woven by hand on a backstrap loom. Cording defines the borders, and the back is solid black.
Should one of the threads snag, the artisans suggest you pull it back into place from the back of the fabric with a fine crochet hook.