Unique Decor – as featured by leading interior bloggers

Unique Decor – as featured by leading interior bloggers
April 19, 2017 Heartisania

Cosy Rugs onto Your Floors:

“Nothing says relaxed, bohemian style like layered rugs, here you can truly got to town with patterns, sizes and colours.”

www.kateyoungdesign.com

  • 03.013.12.03.11.01
    £53.50

    Margoum style kilim wool rug.

    Margoum style kilim wool rug, hand woven in Kasserine. Ideal as door mats or to decorate your table! Size L 65cm x W 50cm.
    £53.50
    £53.50
  • 03.013.12.04.11.01
    £83.50

    Margoum style kilim wool rug.

    Margoum style kilim wool rug, hand woven in Kasserine. Ideal to decorate your home! Size L 100cm x W 100cm.
    £83.50
    £83.50
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    02.023.10.01.11.05
    £92.95

    Kashmir namda medium round rug: gulistan (house of flowers).

    Kashmir rugs are known for symmetry, intricate work and use of colour. This one uses the pattern of flowers as a central medallion, with a circular border of tulips. Kashmir is traditionally hill country, and summers are full of flowers. It is a land of great beauty. The combination of Persian motifs and local flora makes for interesting designs. The most common motif for Persian rugs, especially the larger ones, is a large central medallion. But even if two carpets have basically the same design, no two medallions are ever exactly the same. Some experts believe the medallion designs stems from the very religious nature of the weavers and that their inspiration probably came from the artwork and patterns of domes of the mosques. These also make lovely table decor - spread out as a centrepiece to give it an exotic, handmade touch. Size L 140cm x W 140cm.
    £92.95
    £92.95
  • 02.042.10.01.04.03
    £74.95

    Indigo rugs: moonstruck.

    Indigo is a dyestuff originally extracted from the varieties of the indigo and woad plants. Indigo was known throughout the ancient world for its ability to colour fabrics a deep blue, and India was one of the main centres of its production. The brilliant and attractive blue hue is still in demand today. The dying process of indigo is a long one. This water insoluble blue dye is extracted through a fermentation process. Then it undergoes oxidation, and after a series of processes, indigo as we know it emerges. In the dying process, cotton and linen threads are usually soaked and dried 15-20 times. By comparison, silk threads must be dyed over 40 times. After dying, the yarn is usually sun dried to deepen the colour. Block printing produces an interesting combination of designs with indigo. These rugs are made the traditional way, by artisans in villages around Rajasthan. Because it is a desert state, Rajasthan has traditionally been good with craft and architecture. Its ancient forts, culture and hospitality are legendary. Artisans are usually male, practicing craft handed down over generations. Crafts such as painting, carving and dyeing are very much alive here. Size L 182,88cm x W 91,44cm.
    £74.95
    £74.95

Original Pottery for Table Features:

“…These beautiful lenca pieces from @heartisania (vase and fish sculpture) – traditionally made works of art but their bold monochrome design fitting right in on my shelfie.”

@around_houses

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    01.059.06.07.14.0
    £20.50

    Lenca decorative ceramic long playing vase.

    This is an authentic handcrafted Lenca vase. Handmade by a group of Lenca women named "cooperative magu" in the south area of Honduras. Lenca ceramic stands out as one of the most impressive and original artisan of Central America. Size D 15,5cm x H 12cm.
    £20.50
    £20.50
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    01.038.06.15.14.01
    £52.95

    Lenca decorative ceramic natural smooth plate.

    Lenca decorative ceramic natural smooth plate a treasure of the Lenca people, perfect for decorate your living or dinning room. Made by a group of Lenca women named "cooperative magu" in the south area of Honduras with clay, 100% by hand using the ancient pre-columbian techniques. Lenca ceramic stands out as one of the most impressive and original artisan of Central America. Size D 41cm x H 7,5cm.
    £52.95
    £52.95
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    01.059.13.02.04.0
    £29.50

    Decorative pine needle and white clay floral vase.

    Make your home stunning with this handmade decorative pine needle floral vase woven with blue polyester thread and white clay, made by a group of Lenca women in Honduras, completely made by hand without the use of a mold. The technique of creating crafts from pine needle is called "coiling" and is one of the oldest forms of weaving in the world. Size D 15cm x H 25cm.
    £29.50
    £29.50
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    01.007.13.2.11.1
    £25.50

    Multicolour decorative square bowl pine needle and white clay

    Multicolour decorative square bowl pine needle with white clay, handwoven and shaped by women artisans in Honduras, using pine needle, polyester thread and white clay. The technique of creating crafts from pine needles is called coiling and is one of the oldest forms of weaving in the world. The base of the bowl is a fine pottery. It can be used in the kitchen filled with nuts or enjoyed as a purely decorative ornament. Size L 14cm x W 14cm x H 9,5cm.
    £25.50
    £25.50

Exclusive One-of-a-Kind Accessories, Cushions and Floor Vases:

“Every single one, whilst it will come visually from the same concept and design, will be “different” in its physical make up and markings…”

www.saysallymay.com

  • 03.056.10.01.18.01
    £53.50

    Traditional Tunisian ”Fouta” throw.

    The futa was originally used as a towel in Tunisian bathhouses but it’s functions are countless. This throw was designed in Tunisia (100% cotton) and is available exclusively here at Heartisania. Ideal to cover beds, sofas, tables or even walls. The options are countless! Size L 300cm x W 200cm.
    £53.50
    £53.50
  • 02.056.10.01.01.02
    £56.95

    Desert throw.

    Handwoven cotton throw made in the Indian desert, embroidered in a technique known as Kashia. While Kashia is also a name used for embroidery in Kashmir, the one used here is typical of designs seen in this part of the desert. This Kashia uses an extra weft, allowing for the distinctive horizontal bands of bold colour running across the fabric in handlooms. Many of these designs are based on a 'master' design, used in a variety of colours and combinations. Motifs such as kites, fish, human and geometric figures are common. Kashia work is made using a special technique on a traditional pit loom. It is a laborious and time consuming process, done almost exclusively by men. Men from the desert villages of Rajasthan are trained in this art. Can be bought as a set of two. This can also be used as a cushion cover, if you have a filler of size 28 x 28''. Size L 73,6cm x W 73,6cm.
    £56.95
    £56.95
  • 02.020.10.01.11.13
    £46.95

    Kashmir embroidered cushions: matisse on my mind.

    Kashmir is famous for its crafts, one of which is highly skilled embroidery. Done by men and women in their homes, with no other material than a needle and silken thread, these craftspeople turn ordinary fabric into a wonderland full of flowers and vines. Their graceful designs adorn many household items, from brass teapots to huge carpets. Our cushion covers are a modern take on a traditional craft. To see these rural craftsmen, churn out modern art in the middle of remote Kashmir villages is unreal. They use the Kashmiri skill for a single stitch to convert the entire cushion into a work of modern art. The entire surface of this cover is filled with hand stitched colour - making it an unbelievable piece of art for your sofa. These are washable, and should be ironed on the wrong side. Can be bought in pairs, threes or assorted. Size L 46cm x W 46cm.
    £46.95
    £46.95
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    03.059.06.01.11.01
    £86.50

    Ceramic vases from Driba.

    Ceramic vases painted in “chemla” style, a style which evolved from a family in nabeul with a long history of tile painting. Ideal as a vase or to simply decorate your home! Size H 43cm x D 13cm.
    £86.50
    £86.50

Heartisania would like to sincerely thank for their wonderful reviews and the beautiful lifestyle photography used on this page the following interior decor bloggers and designers: kateyoungdesign.com@_lisa_dawson_@zaraplus3saysallymay.comaroundthehouses.com, @lucy_makemeloved, @home.of.four!

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