Hi, welcome to Nisha Designs.
Nisha Designs is the design studio of artist and textile designer, Nisha. This is where you can explore my artwork – each painting representing a magickal journey imagined spiritually and reflected physically with every brush stroke – buy paintings, and request commissions.
Nisha Designs is also home to my textiles business. I have 18+ years of experience working in the textile industry for Abercrombie Mills (Cone Jacquard Mill), Opuzen, Steven Harsey Textiles, Koni Hospitality, Welspun, Venus Group.
We provide custom and commissioned art, custom textile designs for hospitality and home textiles, as well as Art Direction services.
Whether its working with luxurious natural fibers – such as wools, cottons and organic linens – to designing your next bedding collection; to capturing the essence of a moment in nature through intricate brushstrokes on a canvas; or gathering nature’s little treasures – like stones, shells, leaves and feathers – to support me creatively in producing mood boards for art direction – Nisha Designs honors Mother Earth in all that we do, and creates with the utmost care and respect for the planet and her resources.
Designed to represent feminine and masculine energies in perfect balance. Fabric designed with balance enhances sleep. It is timeless and elegant. Yet functional and durable. Designed for home and hospitality.
A New Welcome Change from strips and plains. It has texture yet subtle for your guest and homes. These are custom made to order. We can print your designs on these sheets as well.
We offer plain and as well as any jacquard of your pattern based on our balanced energy construction of the fabric. Energy matters. Knowing the energy you putting in to design matters.
You can order fabric only or finished product from us. We supply both.
If interested please call 702.622.8321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For anyone who loves having flowers at home all year round, LEGO have revealed a new range for nature enthusiasts that are made from plant-based plastic with their decorative Botanical Collection. LEGO aims to creates mindful building experiences for adults especially with its Botanical Collection, which features a stunning Flower Bouquet and a Bonsai Tree. […]
New York-based muralist Matthew Willey has hand painted more than 50,000 individual bees on buildings around the world to highlight growing threats to pollinators. The artist was inspired to create this environmental message after a bee flew through his apartment window in late spring 2008. Having rendered more than 5,500 of the pollinators in 30 […]
British Airways plans to operate transatlantic flights partially powered by sustainable fuels as early as next year in a move that would generate 70% less carbon emissions than conventional jet fuel. BA plans to invest in a new US plant to be built in Georgia by LanzaJet, which will produce sustainable aviation fuel from sustainably-sourced […]
Art a magick, a luxury, a divine magickal creation. Art, craft done by hands is always magickal. Our artisans create beautiful carpets and Rugs. In total appreciation and awe of there craft. Their attention to detail and workmanship is classic.
Your design, creation and we will create it for you. No minimums. Create your own carpet line. For more information on handmade carpets to connect with us. Call 702.622.8321 or email us at email@example.com
The Maiden is honored, as the Bride, on this Sabbat. Straw Brideo’gas (corn dollies) are created from oat or wheat straw and placed in baskets with white flower bedding. Young girls then carry the Brideo’gas door to door, and gifts are bestowed upon the image from each household. Afterwards at the traditional feast, the older women make special acorn wands for the dollies to hold, and in the morning the ashes in the hearth are examined to see if the magic wands left marks as a good omen. Brighid’s Crosses are fashioned from wheat stalks and exchanged as symbols of protection and prosperity in the coming year. Home hearth fires are put out and re-lit, and a besom is place by the front door to symbolize sweeping out the old and welcoming the new. Candles are lit and placed in each room of the house to honor the re-birth of the Sun.
Another traditional symbol of Imbolc is the plough. In some areas, this is the first day of ploughing in preparation of the first planting of crops. A decorated plough is dragged from door to door, with costumed children following asking for food, drinks, or money. Should they be refused, the household is paid back by having its front garden ploughed up. In other areas, the plough is decorated and then Whiskey, the “water of life” is poured over it. Pieces of cheese and bread are left by the plough and in the newly turned furrows as offerings to the nature spirits. It is considered taboo to cut or pick plants during this time.
Imbolc/Candlemas Imbolc, (pronounced “IM-bulk” or “EM-bowlk”), also called Oimealg, (“IM-mol’g), by the Druids, is the festival of the lactating sheep. It is derived from the Gaelic word “oimelc” which means “ewes milk”. It is the time of Blessing of the seeds and consecration of agricultural tools. It marks the center point of the dark half […]