Indian Geometric Home Decor(236 items)
Welcome to the Indian Geometric Home Decor Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Indian Geometric Home Decor
Bought these with the matching blanket as a gift for my sister and her husband as an Xmas gift. Had them delivered straight to their house and thankfully they arrived well before the expected date (particularly good considering the shipping slow down during this holiday season). They loved the set and raved about the quality. Thank you to both Sandeep Malhotra and Novica!
This is my second from this artisan, and its the perfect size for one of the smaller shelves on our built-in living room cabinets. It is even prettier in person than in the picture... now I just need to figure out what photo I want to put into it!
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.
Sonik Sethi Woven rugs and runners
"I worked for more than seven years with handicrafts until I realized that this was my cup of tea."
Popular Indian Geometric Home Decor
Snowflake Knit Cushion Covers in Poppy from India (Pair), "Snowflake Charm in Poppy"
Knit from acrylic in vivid red and snow white, this charming pair of cushion covers will bring the magic of Christmas to your home. India's Sandeep Malhotra presents these cushion covers, which are crafted by local artisans to feature dot motifs on the body with snowflake patterns at the center. On the back, each cover features dot motifs, and opens with a zipper for inserting a cushion.
Earth-Tone Geometric Wool Dhurrie Rug from India (3x5, 5x8), "Geometric Homestead"$209.99
The perfect addition to your homestead, this handwoven wool area rug features earth-tone geometric motifs for an elegant aesthetic. Sonik Sethi presents the rug, crafted by local artisans. The dhurrie is completed with petite fringe work at the ends.
Geometric Design Wool Dhurrie Rug in Red and Wine Hues, "Geometric Illusion in Red"$162.99
Woven of wool on a cotton warp using a traditional handloom, this dhurrie rug is designed by India's Sowalayha Siddiqui. Rich reds ranging from geranium red to deep maroon form pleasing geometric patterns. Such rugs can take as many as four or five days to complete.