Today we tell you about the unusual ornaments that came to us from Persia, who served there a symbol of fertility and prosperity.
Paisley (paisley – Turkish bean, oriental cucumber) has come a long way before you get to Europe. Ornament moved from Persia to India, and then in the UK in the form of oriental fabrics.
Ornament quickly gained popularity, and the production of paisley fabrics established in the Scottish town of Paisley, after which it got its western name.
In 1981, the Italian company ETRO made paisley ornament hallmark of his textiles, thereby raising it to a new level of popularity. Later joined ETRO company Cole & Son, specializing in the production of wallpaper, and design house Kenzo.
Depending on the color and size of the ornament, paisley can give the room a different mood. Ornament looks great in accessories and decorations, such as pillows, bedding or curtains.
If you want to accent attention on the ornament, you can use a larger version.
In paisley no restrictions on color. It can be as low-key black and white, so variegated pink.
Although its traditional palette is a combination of bright, saturated, warm colors: yellow, orange, red, brown, perfectly combined in this ornament.
Due to its versatility, paisley prints are suitable for almost any room and interior – whether living room or modern kids room.