I’ll just get this out of the way right now: My name is Jenna and I’m a pillow addict. I know, I know. Go ahead and make your tsking noises while I hang my head in shame. I can’t help it. Nothing brightens up a room or brings together a decorating scheme like a well-placed throw pillow. Plus they’re an affordable luxury. While you may not be able to afford a plush velvet couch, a few beautiful ultra-soft chenille or hand-embroidered silk pillows may be well within your reach. Also, with the house full of the girls and their friends, there’s always an impromptu board game being played on the floor- and everyone wants their own cushion to grab and snuggle (or whappp each other with, when things get silly).

As you can imagine, I was so pleased  to be able to review these Indian Sari Cushion Covers. They were pretty on the website, but in person they are absolutely gorgeous!

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These poly-silk cushion covers are made from Indian Saris in Rajasthan, India. They have a slit opening in the back and slipped easily onto my pillow forms. The fabric feels substantial and silky to the touch and is edged with gold embroidery. The colors are rich and vibrant. I feel that with proper care, these well-made covers bring you years of use.

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I opted for the Kela red 24 x 24″ and Jazz blue 20 x 20″ to compliment my decor, but they’re also quite lovely out on the porch against the stark, bare wood. (These are indoor cushion covers, though, so if you use them outside make sure to bring them in with you!).

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The metallic threads in the pillow shimmer and glow like liquid gold in the sunlight.

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These cushion covers are very nicely priced, starting at only $15! The sponsor had generously offered my readers an additional 15% discount. Just use the coupon code INDIA15 at checkout.

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They carry an array of sizes, designs and colors to suit your needs.

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I have nothing negative to report, they’re just an absolutely beautiful addition to my home.

I know you’ll be excited to hear that the sponsor has also offered to give away two Indian Sari cushion covers to one of my readers! Yay! I wish I could give all of you fancy-schmancy pillows. And sconces! But this is a wonderful place to begin.

To enter the giveaway, simply follow the instruction sin the Rafflecopter form below. I will email the winner when the giveaway closes and you will have 48 hours to respond before I will have to draw a new winner. This giveaway is open to the US only. The sponsor is solely responsible for the delivery of your prizes.

 

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

12 Thoughts on “Indian Sari Cushion Covers Review & Giveaway! Ends 08/09

  1. Those are so pretty and look so rich!

  2. tat2gurlzrock on July 21, 2014 at 3:55 pm said:

    The Kela Sari Curtains are really pretty.I also like the Lotus Nightstand.

  3. i’m likin the CARVED JHULLA SEAT. it looks like an appropriate-sized throne for my lair. :)

  4. sarah ann on July 21, 2014 at 7:16 pm said:

    i just love the http://www.worldcraftindustries.com/seats/modular-ishi-seating-corner. I already have a couple Kantha’s that I use around my living room to add a splash of color, these pillows would match them perfectly!

  5. Love the coffee table chair

  6. I love the blue Jazz Sari Pillow Covers…they are sooo pretty!

  7. Man! Tough to pick one item. I love the Chinese Canopy Den Bed!

  8. I commented on You Say You Will Never Make it There.

  9. CHINESE CANOPY DEN BED is beautiful!

  10. My favorite is the Old Indian Metal Trunk.

  11. Jill Myrick on August 7, 2014 at 2:04 pm said:

    I love the Plantation Day Bed.

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  12. Eugenia Hall on August 7, 2014 at 2:22 pm said:

    I love the carved bed frame!

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