12,619 kuba cloth Home Design Photos

Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
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The african cloth being stretched and floated in this box frame.
how about just framed Kuba cloth or Mola for a headboard effect
Tastefully framed African Kuba Cloth Skirt Panels
Kuba cloth is an exotic textile from Africa. It is meticulously woven from raffia
leaves and dyed with other natural materials, then embroidered. Framing Kuba cloth preserves it, lets you enjoy it and treats it like the beautiful art
“Graphic” — weejees
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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he Kuba cloth of Zaire is woven from raffia palm leaves; among other
The Kuba cloth of Zaire is woven from raffia palm leaves; among other uses, it's used for skirts during ceremonial occasions. The patterns are typically
with colors derived from local plant sources. Here a beautiful piece of Kuba cloth was made into a pillow for a bold and colorful pairing with the geometric
Pillow for chaise, made from Kuba cloth...Kuba cloth pillow and side table
“African feel” — debrapennicott
Todd Peddicord Designs
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Todd Peddicord Portfolio
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Kuba cloth in a modern setting
African textiles (Kuba cloth)...mud cloth...the framed cloth...Kuba Cloths...kuba cloth
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Valleyview Family Room
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house computer equipment on one side and barware on the other. An African Kuba Cloth, handwoven of raffia palm fibres, rests on the piece and enhances the
modern and I also love the framed Kuba cloth.
Kuba cloth is a traditional patterned textile made from the raffia tree by the Kuba people in Congo. They dye the raffia leaves using mud or liquid from
rub the fabrics by hand so they're soft and easier to weave. The Kuba embroider the cloth by pulling raffia fibers through it — an extremely time-consuming
“Bakuba” — chrisiegl
Blue Tangerine Art
Contemporary asian art
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white sofa with kuba cloth cushions
On the sofa are pillows made from Kasai velvet, another creation of the Kuba people in the Republic of the Congo. In this textile a flat stem-stitch
Kuba Cloths...Yeah yeah yeah KUBA Cloths!...Kuba Cloth Pillows YEAH!
“Above the couch?” — mboudro
Jason Snyder
My Houzz: Weiss Home
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sofas and sofa color A Kuba wedding skirt that functions like
"Roman shade" like cloth covering TV. And the black wooden chair
A Kuba wedding skirt that functions like a Roman shade hides a flat-panel TV when the family isn’t watching a Pittsburgh Steelers game. “Our furniture
A Kuba wedding skirt that functions
“beautigul” — Yolanda Fields
Jason Snyder
My Houzz: Weiss Home
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Loom Exquisite Textiles - Kuba wedding skirt
Sew border around kuba cloth for sizing
Kuba cloth
“lamp chalet” — evelynsimko
Luci.D Interiors
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Harriet Goodall
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The kuba cloth here is handsome.
Textiles especially that Kuba cloth
“Boho” — megrassmuck
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