Our Taj Mahal Collection | Red, Hand Embroidered Suzani Cushions
The Taj Mahal’s construction started in 1632 by Shah Jahan. He built it in the memory of his wife, Mumtaz Mahal, who died a year earlier giving birth to their 14th child. His aim was to replicate what he imagined her house in heaven to resemble. The imperial court aims to illustrate the love story held between the two.
Our Taj Mahal suzani cushion collection consists of the rich red colours illustrating the love, and the suzani representing the delicate work of the palace. The pomegranate on our decorative cushions symbolises prosperity and fertility.
Just like all of our suzani cushions, this suzani collection presents hand made Uzbek suzani on the front and hand woven and dyed ikat at the back. All of our cushions have dried lavender from Provence inside to truly transform your living space into a relaxing sanctuary.