Modern Cotton Home Decor(49 items)
Welcome to the Modern Cotton Home Decor Collection at NOVICA.
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Beautiful Cushion Covers
This is a beautiful cushion cover made with quality cotton. The material is soft and the zipper is sturdy. I definitely recommend these covers.
These cushion covers are beautiful! The colors are bright and the beading is exquisite. A perfect addition to our living room.
Popular Modern Cotton Home Decor
Multicolored Cotton Cushion Covers with Leaf Motifs (Pair), "Vibrant Leaves"$49.99
Presented by Seema in India, these cheerful cushion covers will brighten any space. Artisans print the leafy design on a pair of flax-colored cotton cushion covers, and embellish the motifs with tiny golden beads. The backs of the two cushion covers are solid cotton with concealed zipper openings for inserting the cushions. A claret-red flange completes the design.
Red Cotton Cushion Covers with Silver Foil Flowers (Pair), "Silver Rose Garden"$29.99
Casual elegance comes alive in a pair of trendy cushion covers from Seema in India. Crafted of cotton, they feature a combination of red and ivory threads in warp and weft that result in a vibrant rose color. Silvery foil printing creates a lacy floral garden, and the reverse side is plain.
Blue and Ivory Horse Motif Cushion Covers (Pair), "Majestic Horse"$44.99
India's Seema presents a pair of cushion covers especially for the equestrian aficionado. The pair of covers is crafted from pure cotton in a serene Pacific blue shade, and embroidered with horse silhouettes in ivory. The backs of the two cushion covers are solid blue cotton with concealed zippers for inserting the cushions. An off-white flange completes the design.
Modern Steel and Cotton Wall Sculpture in Blue from Peru, "Evolution in Blue"$97.99
"The spiral symbolizes the passing of time, or the duration of natural life," says Marco Florindez as he explains his work. "Life never stops developing through time and space. I was inspired by a symbol on a textile piece from the Chavin culture. It was the abstraction of a serpent coiled into a spiral with a central point of origin and infinite continuity." Florindez starts sculpting the piece with a steel base adding cotton textures in hues of blue.
Since the piece hangs from the steel frame, it can be placed in any direction, as desired.