What is the most important home accessory?

We spent the weekend spring cleaning our design studio, painting and dolling up our new showroom to get ready for the grand opening.

The showroom features our custom made to order lampshades, lighting collection and up-cycled market shoppers in burlap and vintage grain sack. The highlight of the showroom is the most important home accessory, the pillow. The Collection of Modern Sari vintage textile pillows are delicious. These one of a kind pillows are made of 1970’s Indian block prints, Suzani Embroideries, Vintage Burlap, European Grain Sack and Kantha Quilts.

The showroom is located in front of our design studio, open Monday thru Friday 10-4 by appointment. Please contact salesinfo@cindyciskowski.com, We guarantee you will be enchanted by sumptuous discoveries to embellish your abode.

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Stacks of pillows are “made fresh daily” and the staff jokes that we are now bakers of pillows, sometimes popping out several dozen a day.

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Kantha Quilts are made of up-cycled vintage sari’s hand stitched with thousands of tiny stitches that quilt them together. Many of the patterns are beautiful block prints from the 1940 – 1970.

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This is an assortment of modern sari’s, vintage 1970’s Indian Block print and Kantha quilt pillows.

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All pillows include a 10/90 feather/down insert. We also offer a eco fiber fill insert on request.

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These beautiful 36″x 9″ bolsters are made of modern sari’s textiles and add a flare of exotic comfort.

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Kantha quilt pillows bring spring garden freshness indoors. These “one of a kind” pillows sell quickly, we apologize in advance if a pillow you see is sold.

Many customers have requested to purchase our “one of a kind” pillows online, we are creating a wonderful new e-commerce site that is launching soon. Until then please make an appointment to visit our new showroom, we guarantee you will be delighted, salesinfo@cindyciskowski.com.

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