A few of our signature collections inspired 5 fun Valentines Day ideas for you to consider this year. We’re excited to offer unique Valentines Day ideas, decorations, and menus that celebrate love in all its shapes and forms. You won’t find hearts or pink candies here, but you will find ideas for a Valentines Day to remember.
Casablanca Blues, a Moroccan shower curtain, remains one of our popular shower curtains. One of our customers recently fell in love with the print and purchased it for her home. While she adores the print, she’s having a hard time locating a just-right bath rug to go along with it.
Dear Friend of Saffron Marigold,This is Anisha, designer/owner here at Saffron Marigold. This holiday season, we wanted to offer you a Christmas tablecloth, something unique and special, and we’re excited to tell you that it’s here!! A limited edition holiday collection, Fete Royale is a fun, whimsical, nostalgic print filled with a sense of joie de vivre and a spirit of folklore that’s perfect as a Christmas tablecloth (or for use all winter!).
Indian bedspreads add a colorful and vibrant touch to your bedroom decor. At Saffron Marigold, we offer a unique range of designer India print, cotton luxury Indian bedspreads and coverlets. Each bedspread is designed exclusively for Saffron Marigold and handcrafted using the traditional technique of hand block printing.
If you’ve fallen in love with a particular pattern or color only to discover that the item you need doesn’t come in that print, and if you’re not interested pursuing custom-made curtains, we have a great solution for you: using our lightweight bedspreads as easy DIY no sew curtains! Even though our sheer curtain panels and window treatments are among our bestsellers, they’re not always the best solution for customers who live in colder climates or who need window coverings for large windows–or who just might prefer thicker curtains. We are always happy to custom make such curtains for them, however, it ends up being expensive.
India’s most important holiday and biggest celebration of the year of the year is full of deep and inspiring meaning. Known as “the grand festival of lights,” Diwali marks the first day of the Hindu New Year. Diwali takes place each autumn to coincide with the harvest season, and it signifies the victory of good over evil, hope over despair, knowledge over ignorance, and light over darkness. While Diwali is major Indian holiday, it’s also celebrated in many other parts of the world: Malaysia, Fiji, Guyana, Nepal, Mauritius, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand, Japan–even Australia–also take part in the holiday festivities.