By Amia Fournier. Bedspreads. Published at Friday, February 08th, 2019 - 05:30:58 AM.
Bedding Bedspreads generally were used year around as bed room decor prior to all the different styles of bed covers used today. The old style bedspreads were either hand woven or machine woven depending on the time period and the availability of textile machines. Many different styles were used due to ethnic influence and time period they were woven.
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.
If you have lighthouse decorations in the living room or den, it would be a nice touch to add a lighthouse throw to snuggle up with on cold nights. Lighthouses evoke a sense of safety and security and they add a decorative touch to any room. If you know someone who likes lighthouses, you will have built in gift ideas for some time to come because there is no end to the decorative items you can buy that have a lighthouse theme.
Bedspreads are one of the many different covers that you can use on your bed. Many people do not use them to actually keep themselves warm, but rather for decoration. It is true that bedspreads have an elegance and charm to them that can improve the look of any bedroom.
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