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Official Iguana Cafe Night Light
Official Iguana Cafe Night Light

the world famous iguana cafe in north hollywood, ca. opened friday, october th, - closed sunday, july st, . the people&#;s democratic republic of iguanaland, the world&#;s smallest themepark. you don&#;t have to go home, but you can&#;t stay here.


Watercolor Arrows Pattern Hand Towel
Watercolor Arrows Pattern Hand Towel

Watercolor Tribal Arrows Pattern


Bright Rainbow Paisley Thermal Tumbler
Bright Rainbow Paisley Thermal Tumbler

You will love our products with this bright, colorful hand-drawn paisley pattern in all the colors of the rainbow. Orange, red and blue tones are highlighted with uplifting mint green, pink, and black.


Mexican Mayan Aztec Goddess Ethnic Tribal Art Boho Tile
Mexican Mayan Aztec Goddess Ethnic Tribal Art Boho Tile

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Rustic Gray Arrows Lumbar Pillow
Rustic Gray Arrows Lumbar Pillow

Cool tribal arrow illustration on a rustic faux burlap background. Please note that the background is a printed faux burlap texture, the pillow cover is not made of burlap canvas material. Click Customize It to add text or images to create your own unique one of a kind design!


Elegant Pink  Rose Floral Vintage  Bridal Shower 3 Ring Binder
Elegant Pink Rose Floral Vintage Bridal Shower 3 Ring Binder

elegant Pink rose Floral vintage Bridal Shower


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Tile
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Tile

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Lavender Purple Wavy Modern Stripes Throw Pillow
Lavender Purple Wavy Modern Stripes Throw Pillow

A cute design I created using lavender.


Chinoiserie Vintage Hummingbirds N Flowers Coral Throw Pillow
Chinoiserie Vintage Hummingbirds N Flowers Coral Throw Pillow

This decorative accessory collection features trendy asian influence in coral and mint with touches of persimmon orange, yellow, off white and navy blue. Created by blending a beautiful Chinese Ornamental paper with four different vintage illustrations of hummingbirds and exotic florals to create a stunning modern, eclectic bohemian home decor collection. Flowers include passion vine and wildflowers. The intricate border was graphically designed out of portions of an antique paper sheet. Aged, distressed linen backgrounds have been grunge and given the patina of great age. The hummingbird is a Sickle Winged Hummingbird. This is one of three coordinating images in square format and additionally is part of a triptych containing all three images.


Chinoiserie Vintage Hummingbirds N Flowers Striped Throw Pillow
Chinoiserie Vintage Hummingbirds N Flowers Striped Throw Pillow

This is a two sided pillow design with a complex Chinese pattern striped reverse side and a Botanical Bird n Flowers front side. This decorative accessory collection features trendy asian influence in coral and mint with touches of persimmon orange, yellow, off white and navy blue. Created by blending a beautiful Chinese Ornamental paper with four different vintage illustrations of hummingbirds and exotic florals to create a stunning modern, eclectic bohemian home decor collection. Flowers include passion vine, Dendrobium orchids, and wildflowers. The intricate border was graphically designed out of portions of an antique paper sheet. Aged, distressed linen backgrounds have been grunge and given the patina of great age. The hummingbird is a Violet Tailed Sylph. This is one of three coordinating images in square format and additionally is part of a triptych containing all three images.


Bohemian Western Country Rustic Burlap And Lace Napkin
Bohemian Western Country Rustic Burlap And Lace Napkin

Bohemian Western country rustic burlap and lace accessories.


Remember Me Boho Gypsy Fortune Teller Big Pillow
Remember Me Boho Gypsy Fortune Teller Big Pillow

Remember Me BoHo Gypsy Fortune Teller BIG Pillow


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Tile
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Tile

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Tile
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Tile

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Navy Turquoise And Coral Ikat Paisley Lumbar Pillow
Navy Turquoise And Coral Ikat Paisley Lumbar Pillow

Custom throw pillow with a cute girly bohemian ikat paisley pattern. Click Customize It to add your own photos and text to create your own unique one of a kind design!


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Tile
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Tile

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Tile
Oaxaca Mexico Mexican Mayan Tribal Art Boho Travel Ceramic Tile

Contact designer for assistance with personalization or special orders. The state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico has a noteworthy tradition of finely crafted textiles, particularly handmade embroidery and woven goods that frequently utilize a backstrap loom. Oaxaca is home to several different groups of indigenous peoples, each of which has a distinctive textile tradition. Oaxacan fibers may be hand spun from cotton or locally cultivated silk. Traditional dye sources include purpura pansa among the Huave, Chontal, and Mixtec people. The Chontal and Mazatec also utilize cochineal to attain bright red tones. According to Alejandro de &#;vila B., founding director of the Ethnobotanical Garden in Oaxaca, the region&#;s biological diversity yields Mexico&#;s greatest variety of fibers and dyes, and "the technical sophistication of Oaxaca&#;s textiles is unparalelled in the ; Traditional clothing items among the peoples of Oaxaca include the huipil, a women&#;s blouse constructed from several panels; the ce&#;idor, a type of sash among the Mazatec; and the pa&#;o, a Chinantec head covering. Handcrafted Oaxacan textiles employ plainweave, brocade patterns, gauze weave. Mexican textile expert Irmbard Weitlaner Johnson associates pre-Christian spiritual traditions with the presence of butterflies in Mazatec textile motifs. "To this day the Mazatecs identify the butterfly as the soul that leaves the body. They believe that the souls of the deceased have permission to come to this world once a year on All Saints&#; Day and the Day of the Dead to visit their family. This is the period when butterflies are most abundant in the area and the Mazatecs consider it a sin to kill ; Regional motifs without specific spiritual meaning, or for which disputed interpretations exist, include a class of stepped fret known as xicalcoliuhqui, which means "twisted ornament for decorating gourds" in the Nahuatl language; and the double spiral ilhuitl, whose name translates as "fiesta ; Pre-Colonial tradition associates color with the four cardinal directions: yellow with east, red with north, blue and green with west, and white with south. Another shared motif among the region&#;s indigenous peoples is a rectangular ornament below the neckline of the huipil. No specific symbolism is known, but it is a frequent theme in pre-colonial codices and surviving historic textiles that remains in popular use. Traditionally, Oaxacan women wrap a red faja (a woven sash) around their waists as a protection from evil. [courtesy Wikipedia] Huichol Oaxacan Mexico Mexican Aztec Mayan Tribal Bohemian Boho Ethnic Oaxaca Colorful "Folk Art" Cheerful Colorful Hispanic Precolumbian Zapotec Mixtec Huave Chontal Mazatec Olmec Toltec Maya Goddess Quetzalcoatl "Feathered Serpent" Indigenous Native American Latin America Southwestern Western Textile Textiles Embroidery Embroidered Weaving Handwoven Beadwork Craft Crafts Village Naif Latino Latina Huipil Faja Pre-Colonial Ce&#;idor Pa&#;o New Mexico Santa Fe Taos Peasant Style Design Pattern Print Trend Trending Trendy Travel Traveler Well-Travelled Global Colorful Cheerful Sunny Sun Sol "Brillo del Sol" Bright Happy Primary Colors Color Green Gold Yellow Red Blue Fuschia Hot Pink Lime Black


Blooming Mandala-blue-large Scale-throw Pillow
Blooming Mandala-blue-large Scale-throw Pillow

Blooming Mandala-Blue-Large Scale-Throw Pillow


Bohemian Rustic Western Country Burlap And Lace Gift Tags
Bohemian Rustic Western Country Burlap And Lace Gift Tags

rustic shabby chic girly country burlap and lace design, burlap and lace home d&#;cor, burlap and lace wedding invitations, burlap and lace wedding favor, burlap lace decoration, burlap and lace gifts, burlap and lace fashion accessories, burlap lace western country d&#;cor, burlap and lace wedding invitations, burlap and lace wedding favors, burlap lace bridal shower invitations, Burlap and lace Christmas decoration, burlap lace Christmas gifts.


Boho Chic Yellow Blue Watercolor Arrows Plates
Boho Chic Yellow Blue Watercolor Arrows Plates

boho chic yellow blue watercolor arrows party plates


Rustic Boho Forest Cats Wedding Invitation Gift Tags
Rustic Boho Forest Cats Wedding Invitation Gift Tags

This charming wedding invitation collection features a hip and stylish cat couple surrounded by a pretty garland of hand-drawn leaves in a wreath arrangement. See all matching items for this collection: Visit Poptastic Bride Boutique:


Bold Boho Chic Bedroom Kashmir Paisley Elephant Pillowcase
Bold Boho Chic Bedroom Kashmir Paisley Elephant Pillowcase

Elegant, sophisticated global chic paisley pattern fits nicely with boho bohemian style as it is derived from ancient Kashmir Kani Tribal shawl patterns and was hand painted in contemporary color palette bringing a powerful, eclectic style to your bedroom with this rich, fall colored color pattern by Audrey Jeanne Roberts. This collection was conceived as a playful mix of patterned color and a elegant boho bohemian style. It was created to coordinate with her Kashmir Kani Paisley patterned home decor collection. Copyright, all rights reserved.


Red And Silver Bohemian Tapestry Design Fleece Blanket
Red And Silver Bohemian Tapestry Design Fleece Blanket

My Customized Tribal Designs are based on ETHNIC Motifs, such patterns include plush Kilim, IKat, Native American”, Moroccan and Bright Geometric Designs. Fabrics in these categories can be either printed or woven designs. There are many ways to class these patterns, such as Oriental, Paisley, Damask, Renaissance, Tapestry, Brocades, Vintage/Retro, Bohemian, African, Moroccan, Outback, Aboriginal, Turkish, Jutes, Jacquards, so please check out my other products under these keywords.


Retro Colorful Hippy Bohemian Pattern Tile
Retro Colorful Hippy Bohemian Pattern Tile

This is a gorgeous bohemian pattern, perfect for any hippy or someone who loves s retro.


Le Chat Noir Wall Clock
Le Chat Noir Wall Clock

Le Chat Noir Wall Clock a variation on the iconic design by the Swiss born French Art Nouveau artist Th&#;ophile Alexandre Steinlen.


Rustic Mosaic American Native Indian Cabin Pattern Large Clock
Rustic Mosaic American Native Indian Cabin Pattern Large Clock

Decorative, pretty, fashionable and trendy design available on a variety of stylish, cute, fun or classy products and decor items. Beautiful contemporary pastel pink, pale orange, marsala wine red, olive green, medium brown and gray colored Native American tribal style mosaic pattern. This ornate, elegant and funky hipster design was created for the fancy artistic interior designer, the artsy fashion diva, the popular hip trend setter, vintage mod retro, modernist, nouveau deco art style or abstract graphic digital geometric motif lover. Original and modern products for those who are looking for something unique to use. And whimsical decor accessories for the man or woman who loves decorating their master or children&#;s bedroom, kitchen, nursery, living or family room, man or woman cave, dorm, condo, studio or apartment, beach house, country cottage, log cabin, fishing camp, RV or camper, boat or yacht, lake or river vacation home.


Falln Kubrick Candy Tins
Falln Kubrick Candy Tins

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Cheyenne Throw Blanket
Cheyenne Throw Blanket

A Native American inspired piece, adorned with Earthy tonnes and tribal patterns


Mint Green Love Birds Dove Wedding Napkin
Mint Green Love Birds Dove Wedding Napkin

Pretty love bird and dove themed wedding design with two white doves one donned in a gray groom&#;s top hat and another wears a floral bridal veil on a pale green mint background. The initials of the bride and groom can be added to the pink heart. The wording of the brown banner says Eat Drink and Be Married but you can customize it to say whatever you want. Add your wedding date to the ribbon banner look design. White blossoms on tree branches, coral colored hearts, pink and brown flowers and a yellow rose and tulip look design make up the laurel wreath. Add the names of the bride and groom to the bottom of the paper napkin. Artwork &#; Chrissy H. Studios, LLC. All Rights Reserved.


Cute Black White Retro Chic Trellis Pattern Large Clock
Cute Black White Retro Chic Trellis Pattern Large Clock

Beautiful contemporary retro Moroccan quatrefoil lattice pattern. Ornate, elegant and funky hipster design for the fancy artistic interior designer, artsy fashion diva, popular hip trendsetter, vintage retro, nouveau deco art style or abstract graphic digital geometric motif lover. Available on a variety of modern home decor products for those looking to decorate their master or children&#;s bedroom, kitchen, nursery, living or family room, man or woman cave, dorm, condo, studio or apartment, beach house, country cottage, log cabin, fishing camp, RV or camper, boat or yacht, lake or river vacation home.