Published at Sunday, June 23rd, 2019 - 00:54:19 AM. Bedspreads. By Amia Fournier.
Native Americans were inspired to create the geometric patterns provided by the desert landscape in many of their art forms. The stunning palette of colors displayed on the buttes and mesas as the sun crossed the sky were taken by these native people and put onto their pottery and other art forms. Sand paintings, created for healing ceremonies, were also the basis for many of these designs. The intense colors of their surroundings was produced in their fine embroidery.
Turquoise, so beloved of Native Americans of the southwest, can be found providing a background for some of the bolder patterned bedspreads. The turquoise color blended into the bedspread hues will be appreciated by many who base their decor on Navajo culture. Bands of color cross the bedspread, framing spectacular geometric shapes. Making your bed the center of attention, this will create a dramatic type of color in your bedroom.
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