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A cozy nook is the perfect escape from the heat (without missing out on those rays of sunshine). Follow these 6 easy steps and have your own Summer haven in no time.

A cozy nook is the perfect escape from the heat (without missing out on those rays of sunshine). Follow these 6 easy steps and have your own Summer haven in no time.

Indonesia Fashion Week 2013 #100 #batik #Indonesia #IFW

Indonesia Fashion Week 2013 #100 #batik #Indonesia #IFW

batik Solo - Indonesia (biota laut)

batik Solo - Indonesia (biota laut)

Sarung dari Tegal, sekitar 1930-1935. Garis Waktu Batik Indonesia

Sarung dari Tegal, sekitar 1930-1935. Garis Waktu Batik Indonesia

Plants! Hanging plants! George Nelson and nice textiles! Sourced via The Selby.

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Plants! Hanging plants! George Nelson and nice textiles! Sourced via The Selby.

24. CUWIRI, Pekalongan

24. CUWIRI, Pekalongan

Batik Sawat or Lar. The motifs of the Solo design are related to the Hindu-Javanese culture: the Sawat symbol of the crown or highest power , the Meru symbol of mountain or earth.

Batik Sawat or Lar. The motifs of the Solo design are related to the Hindu-Javanese culture: the Sawat symbol of the crown or highest power , the Meru symbol of mountain or earth.

Kain jambi

Kain jambi

Batik Sembagi Beside Batik Nitik, Batik Sembagi is another kind of batik reflecting the Indian influence. These kain Sembagi came from the Coromandel Coast, India. People began to make batik using motifs of kain Sembagi, mostly done by batik craftsmen from Lasem and Cirebon, who were mostly Chinese. These batik is Called “Batik Sembagi”, having the colors of those kain Sembagi which were mostly Mengkudu red and Indigo . Batik having the kain Sembagi motif is still being made in Jambi.

Batik Sembagi Beside Batik Nitik, Batik Sembagi is another kind of batik reflecting the Indian influence. These kain Sembagi came from the Coromandel Coast, India. People began to make batik using motifs of kain Sembagi, mostly done by batik craftsmen from Lasem and Cirebon, who were mostly Chinese. These batik is Called “Batik Sembagi”, having the colors of those kain Sembagi which were mostly Mengkudu red and Indigo . Batik having the kain Sembagi motif is still being made in Jambi.

Kain sembagi

Kain sembagi


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