Embroidered pillowcases from around the world.
These crushed rayon skirts are handmade and hand-dyed in India. They are embellished with delicate sequins and embroidery. The drawstring is finished off with little bells. The waist is elastic and goes from 26 inches to 41 inches, but it also has a drawstring allowing for greater flexibility. One size fits most. 36 inches in length. Hand wash only.
These jackets were hand-embellished in Northern Thailand by the Hmong Hill Tribe.
Kantha is one of the oldest types of embroidery in India and is often practiced by rural women. It is characterized by a long, running, hand-made stitch. In Sanskrit kantha means "rags" which reflects the fact that kantha quilts are made from old clothing or repurposed saris. Two pieces of fabric are stitched together creating a lightweight quilt, scarf, pillow or throw. These double-sided quilts are generally made from cotton or silk. No two are alike. These indian textiles are characterized by vibrant colors and their bohemian spirit. No two are alike.
Add a touch of boho to your room with this gorgeous mandala tapestry curtains. Each order includes two pole top panels that are approximately 39 x 84 inches. Unlined. 100% cotton. Hand wash only.
Bring life to any room with a set of these beautiful pillowcases. Available in a variety of colors and patterns.
These colorful blankets are so soft and lightweight. They are perfect for the beach, on your bed or as a throw. Handmade in Mexico.
Handmade patchwork poufs from India. No two are the same.