Design: This pillow cover makes the ultimate statement for your space in a monochrome black and white handwoven check pattern in fine handwoven Thai silk. Reverse in handwoven silk in solid black. Constructed with black piping, knife edge, double stitched seams and invisible bottom zip for durability and tailored finish.
Textile Design: Checkered black and white fabric called “Saput Poleng” can be found throughout Bali. This Bali Hinduism symbol references the opposing forces of nature, good and evil, happiness and sadness faced in everyday life with the ultimate goal of achieving balance between the two elements. Black and white checkered cloth can be found wrapped around trees, religious shrines and worn by volunteer patrons during ceremonies guarding these areas and keeping them in harmony.
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Design: A Thai silk ikat in gold and taupe are used for the front and reverse of this pair of flanged border pillow covers. Double seams and hidden bottom zipper have been added for durability and a tailored finish.
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Design: Pair of linen pillow covers with a classic Chinoiserie pagoda print in lime green and melon pink with pink piping. Reverse in a gorgeous silk cotton. Knife edge construction, double stitched seams, and an invisible bottom zipper have been added for durability and a tailored finish.
Textile Origin: As trade between the east and west flourished in the 17th century, gorgeous oriental commodities; including, silks, lacquerware and porcelain entered western society wetting their appetite for exotic treasures. Fascinated by this ancient far away land, Europeans designed “Chinoiserie” fine decorative objects depicting their fairy tale vision of what they imagined the Orient to behold. Limited to their imagination and explorers’ famed tales, imagery distinguishing one individual culture from another was blurred, but focused rather on their joyful interpretations. Exotic leisurely scenes of nobles and maidens, shaded by parasols and evergreens, gracefully lounging in fanciful gardens with elaborate birds, creatures, and pagodas in the distance emerged as classic Chinoiserie images. In the 18th century across Europe, every surface imaginable from porcelain, furniture, tapestries, architecture, wallpaper and garments were covered in Chinoiserie imagery. Chinoiserie scenes have remained in style now for centuries with new whimsical interpretations of life in the Orient continuing to emerge by contemporary designers providing a perfect balance of sophistication and playfulness to your space.
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Design: A gorgeous hue of lime green handwoven Indian dupioni silk covers both sides of this pillow cover for seamless beauty. Surged and double stitched seams and an invisible zipper are added for durability and a tailored finish.