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Decorating In Purple

decorating in purple
  • (decorate) award a mark of honor, such as a medal, to; "He was decorated for his services in the military"
  • (decorate) make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"
  • (decorate) deck: be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
  • Make (something) look more attractive by adding ornament to it
  • Provide (a room or building) with a color scheme, paint, wallpaper, etc
  • Confer an award or medal on (a member of the armed forces)
  • A crimson dye obtained from some mollusks, formerly used for fabric worn by an emperor or senior magistrate in ancient Rome or Byzantium
  • a purple color or pigment
  • A color intermediate between red and blue
  • of a color intermediate between red and blue
  • empurpled: excessively elaborate or showily expressed; "a writer of empurpled literature"; "many purple passages"; "an over-embellished story of the fish that got away"
  • Purple clothing or material
decorating in purple - Bed Spread
Bed Spread in Cut Work Embroidered India Size Queen
Bed Spread in Cut Work Embroidered India Size Queen
Sleeping in luxury would be such a pleasurable experience. Featured here are bedroom accessories and bedcovers in warm and enchanting country colors. These bedspreads coverlets from ShalinIndia are specially handcrafted by the textile artisans of Jaipur, in Rajasthan. These beautifully made bedspreads are made using a double layer of soft, cotton fabric. The heaviness coming from these two layers allows the material to fall straight and evenly on the sides, like a soft dress that slips perfectly onto a woman's body. The printing that is made on these special bedspreads is executed through what is called a resist printing process. This process makes use of a resistant substance such as gum-clay or wax that is mixed with resin and applied to the cloth. The background color of the cloth is maintained. The next stage of the process involves dipping the cloth in dye, without the color penetrating those areas which were covered in clay or wax. After the dying process is complete, the cloth is then thoroughly washed in flowing hot water to completely remove the resist. Those portions of the cloth which have retained the original background color will be block printed. The motifs typically used in the printing include Indian flora and fauna. For decorative accents, some embroidery work is done around the motifs. The trend today has blocked off plain, water-colored pastels and dull looking flowers. ShalinIndia offers bold, vivacious, and statement-making prints and designs. The spicy and vibrant colors will add character to any bedroom.

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purple / pink / flower / girl / winter / bokeh : maiko (geisha apprentice) kyoto, japan / canon 7d ????????? ??????
purple / pink / flower / girl / winter / bokeh : maiko (geisha apprentice) kyoto, japan / canon 7d ????????? ??????
purple / pink / flower / girl / winter / bokeh : maiko (geisha apprentice) kyoto, japan / canon 7d ????????? ?????? The maiko (apprentice geisha) Umechiho. Together with other maiko and geiko (geisha) of the Kamishichiken district, she was hosting an open air tea ceremony at Kitano Tenmangu Shrine in Kyoto, Japan. As Umechiho is a first year maiko, only her lower lip is painted red. The colourful flower hairpins that decorate the hair of maiko (apprentice geisha) are known as hana kanzashi. These flower ornaments change monthly to express the season. Umechiho wears a kanzashi of plum blossom flowers for February. Kyoto was the capital of Japan from 794 until 1868. It is now the seventh largest city in Japan. In Kyoto geisha are known as geiko and trainee geisha are known as maiko.
Purple Passion Flourite & Amethyst Necklace (177/365)
Purple Passion Flourite & Amethyst Necklace (177/365)
Purpleicious necklace made with African glass beads (the decorated tubes), crackle glass beads, "plum pudding" mix of seed beads, big amethyst nuggets, and flourite ovals and hearts. Flourite is one of my very favorite stones; and did you know that if you leave it in the windowsill so it can catch the moonlight it will attract fairies?

decorating in purple