set of three cushion covers come with warm and bright design that will create
an elegant touch to your decoration. Each cushion cover features a double sided
Sanganeri style block printing.
with excellent quality Indian fabric with bright background and warm colored
printing, these cushion covers will add an artistic atmosphere to your interior
are two different style of design on these cushion covers, you can actually
combine the two different styles or just use one design of your choice for the
three cushion covers. That's why each cushion and cover is sold separately.
cushions are excellent option if you want to have a unique Indian style ethnic
touch in your interior decoration but you're not too comfortable about using
bright colored fabrics, like many other products made with Jaipur fabric. These
cushion covers offer a more neutral color, so it's easier to match them up with
your furniture and the rest of your interior decoration.
covers are easily removable and you can wash them using a washing machine with
cold water. This easy maintenance feature is definitely an added value to these
gorgeous cushion cover set.
is a block print technique originating from Sanganer, a village located in the
state of Rajasthan, to the south of Jaipur. This printing style already existed
for more than 5 centuries and until today still plays an important role in the
textile industry in India. The success of this block printing method in
Sanganer has made people from other regions copy this technique, and today
there are many other places in India that are also known for their block
printing such as Jodhpur, Barmer, Akola, and Bagru. However, Sanganer is still
known as the best place to get the best quality block printing because this is
the place where this technique was introduced for the first time. Most
Sanganeri printing comes with delicate patterns and warm colored designs.
print has become a form of Indian art with great support from the royal
families and rich traders since the beginning of its appearance. It has
influenced Indian tradition and culture in their fundamental nature.
lot of Sanganeri print dyers came from Punjab and Sindh, they formed a
community called the Chippa community. Usually the whole family including
children is involve in the printing process, and this has been going on for
many years. So most Sanganeriblock printing workers have actually trained to do
the job since they are very young, no wonder why they have such excellent
are various types of designs in Sanganeri print, especially after theblock print technique spread to other regions. Each of these regions put their own
distinct culture to the design, adding more characteristic to the fabric.
However, most Sanganeri print are made with flower motifs. Some of the most
common types of flower being used in the design are sunflower, narcissuses, and
roses. Besides flowers, some other common patterns are fruits, folk scenes, and
depicting various gods.
Sanganeri printing has become widely popular amongst all age groups, especially
women. Many designers are using Sanganeri printed fabrics in making
traditional-contemporary dresses, and there is also a role of modern technology
involved in the manufacturing process. By using technology, dyers could
experiment by using unusual color combinations that are impossible to do with
traditional techniques. However, traditional Sanganeri printing techniques are
still used by so many manufacturers. Even though they cannot play with more
color combinations, but the uniqueness of the fabrics created using traditional
methods are irreplaceable.
the involvement of modern technology, it's also possible for manufacturers to
experiment in designs. If previously such prints can only be found on kurtas or
sarees, nowadays it can be applied to skirts, dresses, scarves, and many other
types of apparel.
the introduction of Sanganeri print on various types of apparel, today Indian
fashion has become more popular and not only known for its silks and chiffons.
Many local designers and some international designers have started using
Sanganeri printed fabrics to showcase Indian fabrics in international stores.
One of the main reasons why many
designers fell in love with Sanganeri is because it's light, easy to wear and
formed, also very ideal for the summer heat. It is also probably the easiest
print to maintain. You can wash it either manually with hand or using a washing
machine. But still you cannot wash it too regularly because it will fade the