The tulip was the king, ruler, enchanter and the emblem of the Ottoman Empire. Its fairy tale, its legends and myths have outlived the bygone kingdom, still making ravishing appearances in replicas of Roxelanaâs jewelry, decorative masterpieces of minarets and of course at the most prominent veneration of tulip blossoms, held every April in the palace of the Topkapi Palace, Istanbul.
Everyone, who has been lucky enough to marvel at the breathtaking sight of sea of tulips annually blossoming in Istanbul, will never forget enchanting whisper of the flowers, talking about a thousand and one night magic. Sultansâ treasures and never fading romance of oriental dreams. Delve into the wonderful floral fairy tale with Machine Embroidery Designs Tulips.
A true conquer of the world, the tulip travelled from all across Asia into the center of Europe, embracing the beauty of every nation it enthralled. The Ottoman Empire, Holland and so many others crowned the tulip to be among floral royalties of the world. Ennoble the interior of your home with these regal designs, gracefully embracing charm of so many cultures.
Machine Embroidery Designs Tulips
Elegant and comely, beauty of the flowers doesn’t need meretricious elaboration to shine to its full glory. A few bouquets of exquisite tulips on a table-cover, accompanied by napkins with matching floral motive. Blossoming here and there, will fill your dining room with aristocratic presence. Stark white or gentle ivory background, chosen for the designs, will add a subtle but tangible difference. For more casual, cozy cases, for example for kitchen decorative enhancement, pick creamier, more delicious colors to match the âtastyâ, more cordial ambience of the room.
On accent pillows of your living room or bedding set of your bedroom, Machine Embroidery Designs Tulips will make a gorgeous addition to the interior of your home.
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Author: Ludmila Konovalova
My name is Lyudmila Konovalova, and I lead Royal Present Embroidery. Embroidery for me is more than a profession; it is a legacy of my Ukrainian and Bulgarian heritage, where every woman in my family was a virtuoso in cross-stitch and smooth stitching. This art, passed down through generations, is part of my soul and a symbol of national pride.