Creative Cushion Covers from an Innovative Indian Company

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A cushion cover is more than a cushion cover. At least according to us at Hosho.
It is an item that makes a statement about you, your house and tastes.

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Cushion Covers

We specialize in cushion cover for a variety of sizes. Our cushion cover, their designs and creativity have been appreciated across the world, in a number of regions.

 

Which is why we at Hosho spend an enormous amount of time regarding every aspect this home textile.Especially the design.

The cushion cover from Hosho are full of innovative, creative and cool designs.

Not just the usual designs you see everywhere on cushion cover, but some really well thought out ones.

At Hosho, we also ensure that we have a dedicated focus on designs from within the firm, and do not outsource this important activity.

We specialize in cushion cover for a variety of sizes. Our cushion cover, their designs and creativity have been appreciated across the world, in a number of regions.

Should you be interesting in procuring high quality and innovative cushion cover from India that can attract exceptional demand in your market, talk to us.

Send us a note to hello@hosho.in We look forward to working with you.

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Types of pillow cover and cushion cover - the various types of pillow cover and cushion cover are listed hereIndian textiles & home textiles manufacturing hubs

Auto seat cushion cover

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Canvas cushion cover

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Custom printed cushion cover

Decorative cushion cover

Designer cushion cover

Digital printed cushion cover

Home decor pillow cushion cover

Hospital cushion cover

Quilted cushion cover

Square printed cushion cover

Outdoor cushion cover

Personalized design cushion cover

Polyester cushion cover

Printed cushion cover

Silk cushion cover

Sofa cushion cover

 

 

Soft cushion cover

Soft pillow case cushion cover

Throw cushion cover

White cushion cover

Waterproof cushion cover

Car seat pillow cover

Custom printed pillow case

Custom pillowcase

Printed pillow cover

Decorative pillow cover

Decor pillow cover

Designer pillow case

Disposable pillow cover

Embroidered pillow cover

Fancy pillow case

Polyester pillow

Fire proof pillow cover

Round pillow case

Handmade pillow cover

Square pillow cover

Throw pillow cover

Travel neck pillow cover

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In American phraseology, the words 'cushion' and 'pillow' are practically synonymous, but in the remainder of the English speaking world, a pillow is used on a bed for supporting the head and a cushion is used on elsewhere for supporting other parts of the body. A pillow is normally much larger than a cushion these days.

The cushion and pillow were most likely first used by well-off Asian men to lounge on. They would probably be referred to as throw cushions nowadays. However, we are going back so far in history that dyes and fabrics were very expensive, so pillows and cushions were just for the wealthy and the patterns were so intricate that they became pieces of art in themselves.

Needlework became a skilled profession as did weaving. Cushions were substantial sacks or cases filled with feathers, hair, wool, straw or something equivalent. Nowadays they are more likely to be filled with man-made fibres such as polyester. Down is the most expensive filling particularly down from the eider duck.

Due to international trade, the idea of the cushion started moving westward and had arrived in Egypt by the time of the Pharaohs. Cushions have been found in ancient Egyptian tombs. By the Middle Ages, cushions were to be seen in all the royal palaces of Europe. Cushions were still regarded as representing wealth.

The cushions of the royal palaces were large enough to sit in, a bit like modern beanie bags, and even started replacing traditional chairs. In those days, cushions were very substantial sacks manufactured of leather, many of which had needlework designs on them.

Cushions were also used in churches for the wealthy to kneel on when saying their prayers. These special but small cushions were known as carreaux because they were square (from the French).

Nowadays cushions are everyday items because they are much cheaper. Most cushions in the West are 17 inches by 17 inches and the reason for this is the traditional size of a roll or bolt of fabric. A roll of fabric is traditionally 54 inches wide, so it could be cut into three pieces of 18 inches, allowing for seams, this permits the manufacturer to make a 17 inch cushion.

Japanese cushions were much larger and still are, but they have a different role. In the West they are used for support, whereas in the East they are used for sitting on on the floor. In Japanese they are called 'zabuton' and measure 20-30 inches square by a few of inches thick, which is less than a quarter of the thickness of traditional Western cushions.

Zen meditators will often sit on another special cushion called a zafu or meditation cushion, which is placed on top of the zabuton. A zafu can be round or square but is small, frequently only 8-10 inches in diameter and 4-8 inches in thickness.

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