Ella Naamah. daybed. June 11th , 2017.
Most daybed covers come in many unique and fabulous patterns and colors, so there is bound to be one that suits the theme of almost any home. Materials used to create the covers include, cotton, silk, polyester, satin and eco friendly fabrics such as hemp and bamboo.
More often than not, for those who have steel daybeds, you're only getting sufficient room for just one, maybe 2 smaller sized individuals to share the space. This really is restricting if you have a bigger group of people sharing the area or even when you will be much more comfortable using a bigger size bed mattress to sleep upon frequently.
Turquoise, so beloved of Native Americans of the southwest, can be found providing a background for some of the bolder patterned bedspreads. Many people, who base their decor on Navajo culture, will especially appreciate the turquoise color blended into the bedspread hues. Bands of color cross the bedspread, framing spectacular geometric shapes. This will be a dramatic type of color scheme for your bedroom and will make your bed the center of attention.
The desert landscape of the southwest provided the inspiration for the geometric patterns developed by Native Americans. 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. Fine embroidery echoed the intense colors of their surroundings.
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