Chevron Lumbar Throw Pillow Cover
As soon as you dive in a living room what is the first thing that grabs your attention? A sofa right? So, couch accents that hold the utmost importance in making the whole look of a guest room need special attention. This design is so calming and welcoming. The arrangement and colors used segue into each other seamlessly and nothing jumps out at you too much. Looking at the design, with charm and soft lighting, this Chevron Lumbar Throw Pillow Cover gives the visitor an idea of what to expect when they come inside, a cozy and comfy home decor accent that they can really feel at home in.
Soft and comfortable cushion cover
Indeed, this pillow is a handicraft texture of genuine IKAT. A distinctive feature of ikat textiles is the use of naturally intense colours. While this can be specially attributed to the closeness of particular dye sources and the love of striking effects, it also has a religious connotation, with the sense of combined imagination of heaven held in beauty. On the other hand, colour combination is the fruit of the influence of the aesthetics of foreign cultures. Dyeing, like ikat weaving and embroidery, is an exclusive craft in the Asian population.
The young learn the skill and the tribal motifs and patterns. But dyeing as the most elaborate of the processes applied to fleece or yarns, is the last skill to be accomplished. Interestingly, children gain knowledge of dye plants early. Collecting is a family task. Unlike, the expertise of mordanting, the heat and duration of dyebath, and sensitive combining of colours often take many years to perfect. Much dyeing does not require boiling is done in the embers of the cooking fire, or using the sun as a heat source in the desert areas.
We deliver all orders by Uzbekistan Registered Post which takes a minimum of 10-21 business days to reach anywhere in the world. In case, you are looking for the delivery any sooner, please ask for priority shipping at an extra cost. Processing time is 1-3 business days, not including weekends or holidays.
Origin: Margilan, Uzbekistan