Suzani


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Suzani

 

(also siuzane), an embroidered decorative panel of white, more rarely, colored, cotton fabric or silk, widely used for interior decoration by the peoples of Tadzhikistan and Uzbekistan. Characteristic designs for a suzani are rosettes, floral motifs, birds, and ancient magical symbols.

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Trendy suzani embroideries and punchy patterns will add to the laid-back bohemian vibe of your room.
A statement corner chair will also add to the feel of the room, I love the colourful Quetta chair covered in re-worked vintage Suzani decorative throws.
Caption: Handknotted in Peshawar, Pakistan, this Suzani design is made with Chobi wool, which is used in more vintage style of weaving rugs.
A lot of ethnic prints reflect items in nature; paisley looks like a leaf, a suzani is a take on floral," she says.
The textile arts of Eastern Europe and Western Asia are still not so well known in the US as Chinese silks or African prints; a scant reflection of the graphic design and embroidery on display here can be found in the Suzani textiles growing daily on Ebay.
The line, which takes you to the heart of Central Asia, features Suzani needlework, Kilim and Persian carpet embroideries, with hip silhouettes
Rummage through a stunning melange of pillows covered with old Suzani wedding fabrics, lamp bases made from found objects, rare Majolica and a wondrous selection of vintage country Swedish painted chairs, chests and more.
On day six, guests will visit the Summer and Winter Residences of the local Emirs of Bukhara -- a nice place to shop for suzani (the traditional embroidered wall-hangings and quilts which have become a popular choice among interior designers in the U.
This sophisticated line comesin one-of-a-kind Suzani material, velvet, leather and suede and black, tan, red, purple and natural colors.
The tony home specialty retailer is big on using recycled or "reclaimed textiles, which are by nature, sustainable," in merchandise such as its Suzani home collection, which includes vintage fabrics from Uzbekistan, Chendler said.
The Spanish-style hotel's decor harkens back to 1940's glamour with an exotic slant, incorporating worldwide influences such as Uzbekistani suzani headboards, antique French tiling and vintage black and white photography.