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Indian prints

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Indian prints. Get inspired and try out new things.
BOUGIVAL is a pattern of undulating branches decorated with exotic flowers characteristic of the second half of the 19th century, inspired by the Indian trees of life of the previous century. Available in 3 colorways. #exotic #flowers #indian #fabric #homedecor #interiordesign #homedecor

BOUGIVAL is a pattern of undulating branches decorated with exotic flowers characteristic of the second half of the 19th century, inspired by the Indian trees of life of the previous century. Available in 3 colorways. #exotic #flowers #indian #fabric #homedecor #interiordesign #homedecor

Hand painted Indian peacocks, palms tree, pavilions gouache seamless pattern #pattern#oriental#indian#illustration#palmtree#tropical

Hand painted Indian peacocks, palms tree, pavilions gouache seamless pattern #pattern#oriental#indian#illustration#palmtree#tropical

TAMERLAN is a magnificent composition of sinuous branches with exotic flowers reminiscent of the most beautiful Indian palempores of the 18th century. #fabric #exotic #flowers #palempores #interiordesign #home

TAMERLAN is a magnificent composition of sinuous branches with exotic flowers reminiscent of the most beautiful Indian palempores of the 18th century. #fabric #exotic #flowers #palempores #interiordesign #home

The Genoese Mezzaro

Historically the Mediterranean sea has always been a basin recognized as a melting pot of races, religions, traditions, maritime and cultural exchanges which have followed over the centuries, giving rise to interesting and refined customs, techniques and handworks. One of these is the Genoese mezzaro, a large squared cotton cloth of about 2.5 meters per side, printed with colorful floral patterns. The ancestor of the Genoese mezzaro are cuts of printed cotton arrived in the Mediterranean…

Babur, el primer emperador mogol de la India (reinó del 1526-1530), era un gran amante de las plantas y organizó la construcción de muchos jardines en sus territorios. Su amor por las flores fue compartida por generaciones posteriores de emperadores mogoles y se convirtieron en un motivo decorativo ampliamente utilizado en las telas. �

Las telas indias tienen una larga y distinguida tradición. Detrás de cada una de sus puntadas, se esconde una gran variedad de culturas e historias.

Ajrakh Block Printed Cotton Fabric

Buyers Kindly Note : No return or exchange possible in this category, as the fabric is cut based on your order.. Minimum cut for the piece is 2.4 Metres, you c

A powerful symbol of royalty and faithfulness, characterful peacocks with their glorious metallic tail feathers stand proudly on this striking wallpaper, which was inspired by a fragment of 19th century Indian chintz from the Sanderson archive.

A powerful symbol of royalty and faithfulness, characterful peacocks with their glorious metallic tail feathers stand proudly on this striking wallpaper, which was inspired by a fragment of 19th century Indian chintz from the Sanderson archive.