Charcoal/Dark grey rough heavy weight linen fabric has been handcrafted into beautiful large bed cover/coverlet/bed throw. May be used as a summer blanket.
I first noticed the beautiful patterns of otomi a few years back when they swept the design blogosphere. However, it's a trend with staying power and shows no signs of going anywhere. Perhaps that's because they've been a tradition in Mexico for many many years, and their beauty and unique style...
This unique coverlet was hand-embroidered in Mexico. Bring this fun and eclectic tradition to your bedscape and inspire good dreams.
Hexagonaria Percarinata, or Petoskey stone, is a fossilized 350 million-year-old coral named after Ottawa Indian Chief Ignatius Petosega, whose name poetically means “rising sun” or “rays of dawn.” Our pattern comes from a stone found on the beach in Petroskey, Michigan.
Pine Cone Hill Baja Ivory Matelasse CoverletTurn up the texture with the Baja Ivory Matelasse Coverlet from Pine Cone Hill. Crafted from soft cotton, this coverlet features an array of interlocking rectangles for delightful, touchable texture. The ivory color goes with just about anything. Pair it...
This pastel aqua bedding is so gorgeous. It looks like a giant cloud. What a perfect place to rest your head.
such a gorgeous pattern and color. you can't go wrong with this hand-embroidered mexican coverlet hung on the wall, draped over the couch or on the bed.
Jaipuri "razai" are wonderfully light, but delightfully warm quilts designed for the swings in Rajasthan desert temperatures from blistering day to chilly nights. Block printing on 100% cotton voile fabric with finely combed cotton filling.
Add a layer of frilly texture that's also contemporary with this white ribbon quilt. It's pure soft serene luxury. Just don't drink your coffee anywhere near it!
I Travel The Pass Quilt
Country style takes a twist when the quilt's pattern is in black on off-white. Add some sophisticated country style to your bedscape. It's especially cozy in winter months.
Borrego Black Quilt
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