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Fashionable design for a woman’s embroidered coat in a gold color, made out of silk material. The coat is made in a traditional, vintage style made to resemble Albanian style, with purple elements providing a contrastive detail.
For lovers of the Ottoman Empire and the Middle Eastern costumes of one of the Turkish tribes in western Anatolia - we present their decorative traditional cloth ottomans garments, which on the dummy can be a specific sculpture in your home.
Attractive jacket for a festive occasion. This element of clothing is covered with swirling floral patterns sewn in gold braid on rich purple velvet. Hand-sewn material of this coat is resistant to excessive wear.
With the red velvet finish and the richly embroidered stuctured that comes paired beautifully with the gilded palm branches this sublime ottoman empire jacket from the 19th century will be a fine addition to your collection.
Woman's Kaftan made of a very attractive antique Turkish textile. It includes a very stylish golden pattern on universal black background. This product is not only attractive, but also resistant to excessive wear.
A pair of 16th century Persian/Ottoman boots with exquisite tooling
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WOMAN'S GOLD EMBROIDERED COAT, ALBANIA, c. 1900. Albania was a part of the Ottoman Empire until 1912.
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Color Burst, living room ideas, interior design, living room, family room, home decor, orange interiors
No walk-in? No problem! #DIY #HomeGoodsHappy always wanted a mannequin stand and open clothes rack!
Bernadette Storage Ottoman
Quality storage ottoman made of wood, features classy design utilizing durable upholstered, extra padded hinged lid, detailed
button tufting, and ample storage compartment to provide beautiful and practical item.
Pouf Contemporary Ottoman
Square ottoman in a contemporary style. Carefully crafted cover made of wool. It can be used as a footrest for tired feet or extra seating. Neutral additive composes with any interior.
DIY drop cloth ottoman slipcover
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Make your own rug from a drop cloth. Love how easy this is and how much it could add to a room!! And its cheap!!!
Ottoman Steampunk - Dragonfly Designs by Alisa
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Crochet with fabric ~ bowls or even an ottoman!
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Rectangular ottoman with linen cover finished with decorative ruffles. It is mounted on wooden frame. It can be used as coffee table. Neutral and elegant design for each home.
DIY slipcovered ottoman - Use this technique on corners, looks nice and polished
Antique Turkish Textile. A Woman's Kaftan worn at Court.Circa 1840
LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH century court minature, painted by Levni. Gorgeous, but **NOT SCA period at all**
drop cloth slipcover ottoman. She gives a lot of good tips of lessons learned from working with the Miss Mustard Seed video series. kh
Get Inspired: DIY Furniture Makeovers. Saw a table just like this at Goodwill! Must re-do.
Drop Cloth Parson Chair Slipcovers from Ana White. Tutorial to make slipcover and chair!
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Light green ottoman with stylish button tufting for additional aesthetics. It can be used as a practical base for coffee and snack trays. Its soft top can also be used as an additional, comfortable sitting space.
Faux grain sack pillows made with fabric paint and drop cloths. Easy and cheap DIY idea!
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, the wife of the English ambassador to Turkey, spent two years in Turkey in the early 1700's. During her stay she wrote many letters decribing the clothing and habits of Turkish women - including a form of innoculation against sm
Assassin's Creed - Ottoman Necklace. I NEED THIS OMG
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traditional ikat fabric (anatolia). my love of turkish textiles strengthens.
Ultimate Home Indulgence: Old Rule: Have a guest room double as an office or den. New Rule: Turn the room into a single indulgence, like a walk-in closet. The house's second bedroom is used as a dressing area. Carney covered the ottoman in pink denim fr
Ottoman for living room applications. This round element of furniture features a soft, cushioned top with button tufting for additional attractiveness. This ottoman is finished in a very attractive and neutral silver color.
Persian Costuming - Pattern and instructions for making Ottoman Kaftan Robe
Another walk-in closet. I think it's the grey and chandelier theme goin on that makes it classy hehe.
Ottoman Stripe Dress
Bold spring style for her dressiest times of the season. Brightly hued textured cotton ottoman stripe creates a fashionable look that's perfect for family gatherings. Beautiful details abound, including a unique silhouette, dramatic
Nursery Idea plexiglass to frame special clothing. Love the stripe wall behind too!
Ensemble Date: 20th century Culture: Turkish Medium: silk Dimensions: (a) Length at CB: 54 in. (137.2 cm) (b) Length (outseam): 45 in. (114.3 cm) (c) Length at CB: 20 1/2 in. (52.1 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Mary W. Irwin, 1950 Accession Number: C.I.50
very little sew....more staples. old round wood table, add foam, fabric and get your staple gun. awesome.
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I love the Ottoman influence on modern clothing. The style of the Caftans and such look like military jackets to me, just without buttons.
Emerald green detachable train with gold embossed foil embroidery. France, 1810-1819. Ottoman rib weave ground, glat gold-colored embossed metallic foil thread.
The well-balanced designs on this vest are handsomely executed and show the strong influences of the Ottoman Empire. The raised couching gives the motifs an organic and vital appearance.
Robe, early 20th c., Turkish
Turkish costumes Ottoman Empire. Ottoman women street costume. Clothing of Sultana, Sultan and Turkish dancer. Turkish military. Janissaries clothing.