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Pattern Cushion Cover
Now add the dash of tribal flavour to your living room with Naga Pattern Cushion Cover only at Peepul Tree. This Naga Pattern Cushion Cover represents the traditional art practised by women belonging to the Naga tribes. Almost every household in the villages of Nagaland has a loom. Every such family has a unique story of simple and hardworking Naga Women weaving magic for generations. The distinctive patterns and designs in a Naga Pattern Cushion Cover are done in reds, whites and blacks, and are also markers of the identity of the tribes in Nagaland. Choosing this Naga Pattern Cushion Cover while looking for a cushion cover online brings home and keeps alive a rich tradition. Visit Peepul Tree and own a Naga Pattern Cushion Cover today!
Liven up your home decor with the eye-catching Naga Pattern Cushion covers, that display distinctive patterns and designs done in reds, whites and blacks, and are also markers of the identity of the tribes in Nagaland. These Naga Pattern Cushion covers are truly inspired by nature and are available in rich textures and colours. These Naga Pattern Cushion covers are handcrafted by Naga handweavers, who craft products using sustainable and natural fibres. A unique fusion of a tough textured jute trim on soft woven cotton, these Naga Pattern Cushion covers are now available on PeepulTree. Visit us and purchase a Naga Pattern Cushion cover today!
Now get the best of Naga Multicolor Cushion covers only on Peepul Tree. While travelling through the vibrant villages of Nagaland, one gets introduced to the hardworking Naga women, whose tribal art form is centuries old, which has today even received international recognition owing to its universal appeal. The beautiful pattern and design work done on their Multicolor Cushion covers is bound to liven up your living space. While the Nagas believe in celebrating life, we have made available this Multicolour Cushion online to celebrate them and their art. Purchase a Multicolor Cushion cover only at Peepul Tree today!
Introducing our exquisite collection of Naga Textured Cushion covers, meticulously handcrafted to add a touch of elegance and cultural charm to your home decor. Made with love and attention to detail, these Naga Textured Cushion covers are a perfect blend of tradition and contemporary aesthetics. Whether you're looking to revitalize your living room, bedroom, or any other space, our Naga Textured Cushion covers are sure to captivate your senses and create a warm, inviting atmosphere.
Each Naga Textured Cushion cover is a masterpiece in its own right, featuring intricate patterns, vibrant colors, and exquisite embroidery that pays homage to rich cultural heritage. Our skilled artisans have poured their heart and soul into every stitch, ensuring that each Naga Textured Cushion cover tells a story and carries the essence of tradition.
Textured Cushion Covers
Experience the comfort and durability of our Naga Textured Cushion Covers, crafted from high-quality fabrics that are both soft to the touch and long-lasting. Designed to fit standard cushion sizes, these Naga Textured Cushion Covers effortlessly transform ordinary pillows into stunning works of art, instantly elevating the aesthetic appeal of any space.
Embrace the beauty of cultural diversity with our wide range of traditional designs. From intricate floral motifs to geometric patterns and symbolic representations, our collection of Naga Textured Cushion Covers offers a variety of choices to suit your style and preferences. Whether you prefer a classic, vintage look or a more contemporary twist, we have the Naga Textured Cushion Covers to complement your unique taste.
1. What care should I take while washing a Naga Pattern Cushion Cover?
Hand wash separately in cold water, using mild detergent. This product is handwoven by our artisans and may have slight irregularities. Naturally dyed fabrics may bleed.
2. What is the unique speciality of Naga Handweaves, from which these cushion covers are being offered by Peepul Tree?
Naga handweaves refer to the traditional handwoven textiles produced by the Naga tribes in Northeast India. The Naga people are indigenous to the state of Nagaland and they have a rich cultural heritage that includes intricate weaving techniques.
Naga handweaving is primarily done by women and is an integral part of their cultural identity. The weavers use traditional backstrap looms, which are simple, portable looms that allow for intricate patterns and designs to be created. The loom is tied around the weaver's waist, and one end is attached to a fixed object while the other end is controlled by the weaver's body movements.
The textiles produced by the Naga weavers are known for their vibrant colors, unique patterns, and exquisite craftsmanship. Each tribe has its distinctive weaving style, motifs, and designs that are often influenced by their cultural beliefs, folklore, and natural surroundings. Common motifs include animals, plants, human figures, and geometric patterns.
The weavers use various natural materials to create their textiles, including cotton, silk, and locally sourced plant fibers. They dye the threads using natural dyes derived from plants, roots, barks, and insects, resulting in a wide range of colors.
Naga handwoven textiles serve multiple purposes within their communities. They are used for clothing, traditional ceremonies, cultural festivals, and as symbols of wealth and social status. The textiles are also highly valued and sought after by collectors, both locally and internationally, for their artistic and cultural significance.
Naga handweaves are not only beautiful textiles but also an embodiment of the Naga people's heritage, creativity, and craftsmanship. They showcase the artistic skills and cultural diversity of the Naga tribes, making them a significant part of India's rich textile tradition.
In recent years, efforts have been made to promote and preserve the Naga handweaving tradition. Likewise, Peepul Tree has been working to empower Naga women weavers, provide them with training and resources, and create sustainable markets for their handwoven products.