55 kantha Home Design Photos

Fannie Allen Design
Maine Residence
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Kantha quilts for guest bedroom (over duvet)...buy on etsy
Use lightweight kantha quilts. Kantha is a type of
usually in reference to kantha quilts, textiles made using the kantha stitch.
6. Use lightweight kantha quilts. Kantha is a type of stitching used to piece
KanthaKantha is the name of a particular type of decorative embroidery popular in India and Bangladesh. But when you hear about kantha today, it
6. Use lightweight kantha quilts. Kantha is a type of stitching used to piece together bits of old fabrics to create beautiful new blankets like the ones
it is usually in reference to kantha quilts, textiles made using the kantha stitch.
ones here. Made mostly in Bangladesh and India, kantha quilts can now be found in many large shops and on sites like Etsy. These lightweight quilts make
Kantha / India -- stitch for
“White with cheerful pops of color.” — tracyparksjensen
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Vintage Kantha Quilt
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It has been hand sewn together using tiny embroidery stitches known as kantha to make a beautiful quilt. This makes a perfect gift for all occasions
Kantha Embroidery of India and Bangladesh
is usually in reference to kantha quilts, textiles made using the kantha stitch. fabrics usually saris
Kantha Kantha is the name of a particular
the kantha stitch, a form of running stitch that uses the quilting thread as a decorative element.
Bangladesh. But when you hear about kantha today, it is usually in reference to kantha quilts, textiles made using the kantha stitch.
Like the traditional American quilts of Gee’s Bend, Alabama, kantha quilts make use of scrap material — though in this case it is scraps of sari fabric
“Awesome quilts, wow what a lot. of work” — mjkjrobinson
Bardes Interiors
Evanston Courtyard Home
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and throws. Kantha textiles can also be used to cover pillows, poufs and other small furnishings.
kantha quilts are light weight and ready for summer look at Gee's Bend alabama, scraps sewn together with a running stitch
lightweight kantha quilts or fringed throws work well — and pass them around on chilly evenings in the garden. Your guests will thank you!
are usually lightweight, making them perfect summer bed covers and throws. Kantha textiles can also be used to cover pillows, poufs and other small furnishings
“the beautiful blankets - the blankets as a service idea” — Myra Sarri
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Kantha Quilt Indian...kantha quilt in guest bedroom
“Suzani runner” — kereth
Rachel Reider Interiors
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Living Room
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looking for a chair with character check out the Everett Kantha. The upholstery is hand stitched kantha-embroidery. Add a knotted felt pillow, such as these
“Chair” — gzjenkins
Alden Miller Interiors
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Noe Family Home
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headboard! Kantha quilt upholstery. We could totally do this.
reference the stained glass found in the family room. Miller upholstered a kantha quilt from the homeowners’ collection for the headboard and flanked it with
kantha quilt on headboard
“wall lamps w/o end tables” — hemhill
Living Room Realty
Maricara
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hand-embroidered multicolored textiles featuring mandala-like designs Kantha: From India and Bangladesh; hand-embroidered quilts pieced together using
tie-dyed, with a distinctive color-bleed look Tell us: Otomi, suzani, kantha or ikat — which is your favorite?
“blue ikat bedspread” — wifeofjorai2601
Studio 511
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Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building
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Asia; hand-embroidered multicolored textiles featuring mandala-like designs Kantha: From India and Bangladesh; hand-embroidered quilts pieced together using
y tie-dyed, with a distinctive color-bleed look Tell us: Otomi, suzani, kantha or ikat — which is your favorite?
“upholstered bench” — katewlevin88
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