Cushions

Showing all 12 results

  • Sort by
  • Cushion Fusionale - 40x40cm 29

    Cushion Fusionale presents the Iranian art Qashani (art of tiles) from Sheikh Lotfollah Mosque in Isfahan, Iran.

    Also inspired by a 70s-style pattern by Anni Albers from 1974.

    Above all, the unique pattern (as a whole) also resembles both Iranian and Bauhaus architecture at the same time, therefore making a new concept linking the East and the West.

    Environmentally friendly printed, on a very soft fabric.

    Carefully hand-tailored to become a unique cushion.

    It is 40cmx40cm in size and the zipper is concealed.

     

  • -15%LIMITED
    Cushion Kashi 40x40 Oriental modern
    Cushion Kashi 40x40 Oriental modern
    Cushion Kashi - 40x40cm 34 29

    ‏The cushion ‘Kashi’ depicts a fused design in a uniquely unusual structure, in which the oriental forms are characterized with the western colors and shapes, creating a fresh modern looking Kashi, introducing an infusion concept, linking the East and the West. .

  • East Meets West - Kilim - Cushion 40x40cm 29

    This cushion has been inspired from Kilims of Azerbaijan, a region in northwestern Iran. The motif used, is ‘sormeh dan’ motif (sormeh: a type of ancient cosmetic to embellish eyes; dan: holder, wooden or metal tube; Sormeh dan: cosmetic holder) made by diamonds and triangles, abstractly resembling one of elements used by the women of this region.

     

  • Kilimoderno - Azerbaijan - Cushion 40x40cm 29

    This cushion has been inspired from Kilims of Azerbaijan, a region in northwestern Iran. The motif used, is ‘sormeh dan’ motif (sormeh: a type of ancient cosmetic to embellish eyes; dan: holder, wooden or metal tube; Sormeh dan: cosmetic holder) made by diamonds and triangles, abstractly resembling one of elements used by the women of this region.

     

  • Kilimoderno - Khorasan - Cushion 40x40cm 29

    This cushion has been inspired from Kilims of northwestern Khorasan of Iran, a historical region that is today part of Iran, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Most Kilim motifs are simple; expressing nature or basic life concepts in abstract geometrical shapes. The motif used in this design is called “it al”, which means dog’s hand , resembling an inseparable part of nomadic life.

  • Kilimoderno - Labijar - Cushion 40x40cm 29

    This Design has been inspired from Kilims of Labijar, a small village in northwestern Afghanistan, interestingly with Uzbeki population. Kilims of Labijar have very simple motifs, but are tremendously rich in colors.

  • Kilimoderno -Luristan- Cushion 40x40cm 29

    Kilim, but also modern!
    Kilim is a type of carpet that has been developed in various regions of the world from North Africa to Anatolia, and from the Caucasus to Iran and Central Asia.

    The Collection Kilimoderno has been created through an intense exploration of the Kilims of all the world: what the colors, patterns, and symbols mean, and how Kilim has been evolved in different countries over the centuries.

    Each design was inspired by various elements and components of a region or a tribe from Iran or Afghanistan.

    The old traditional patterns and forms have been merged with contemporary components and have been modernized to create new concepts.

    This cushion has been printed with environmentally friendly printing process on a very soft fabric; then carefully hand-tailored to become a unique cushion. It is 40cmx40cm in size and the zipper is concealed.

  • Kilimoderno - Maimana - Cushion 40x40cm 29

    This cushion has been inspired from Kilims of Maimana, a city in northwestern in Afghanistan, where buying a Kilim only comes after hours of negotiations in Bazaar. “Maimana Kilims are easily recognizable by their rhythmic geometric patterns and harmonious and rich colors”. The motif used, is the star motif made by diamonds and triangles, resembling the beautiful night sky of this region.

  • Kilimoderno - Shahsavan - Cushion 40x40cm 29

    This cushion has been inspired from Kilims of Shahsavan. Shahsavan is a tribe, mainly living in Northwestern Iran. The motifs used, are ‘Yildiz’ (star) and Elibelinde motif (Anthropomorphic goddess figure), abstractly resembling the sky and fertility, yet praising the life. Shahsavan Kilims are rich in motifs and colors.

  • Kilimoderno - Turkmen - Cushion 40x40cm 29

    This cushion has been inspired from carpets of Turkmenistan. Carpets are tremendously important in Turkmen culture, as even the flag of Turkmenistan represents various Turkmen carpet motifs. In this work Daghdan motif (name of a special type of wood), Koeshek Daban motif (camel’s heel), and Tavizi motif (intercession) have been been combined, resembling Turkmen beliefs and motifs in a modern looking design.

  • Kilimoderno -Bakhtiari- Cushion 40x40cm 29

    Kilim, but also modern!
    Kilim is a type of carpet that has been developed in various regions of the world from North Africa to Anatolia, and from the Caucasus to Iran and Central Asia.

    The Collection Kilimoderno has been created through an intense exploration of the Kilims of all the world: what the colors, patterns, and symbols mean, and how Kilim has been evolved in different countries over the centuries.

    Each design was inspired by various elements and components of a region or a tribe from Iran or Afghanistan.

    The old traditional patterns and forms have been merged with contemporary components and have been modernized to create new concepts.

    This cushion has been printed with environmentally friendly printing process on a very soft fabric; then carefully hand-tailored to become a unique cushion. It is 40cmx40cm in size and the zipper is concealed.

  • Kilimoderno -Qashqai- Cushion 40x40cm 29

    This cushion has been inspired from Kilim ans Gabbeh of Qashqai, a clan, mainly in Southwestern Iran. Most Kilim motifs are simple; expressing nature or basic life concepts in abstract geometrical shapes. The main motif resembles Argali (mountain sheep). Qashqai Kilims are rich in motifs and colors.

No products were found matching your selection.

Navigation
Close

My Cart

Close

Wishlist

Recently Viewed

Close

Great to see you here!

A password will be sent to your email address.

Already got an account?

Close

Close

Categories