- Body and Mind
Elephant Green Wall Hanging
This large light green elephant wall hanging measures approximately 220cm tall by 210cm wide. Ideal to hang on a large wall, or as a bed cover. In India, the elephant is sacred because it carries on its back the world of which it represents the 4 pillars.
- 2,10 m * 2,20 m
- 0,7 kg
This wall decoration folds and unfolds like a scroll. There is a rope behind to be attached to the wall with a nail. This original decorative item comes from Thailand and represents an elephant mother with her cub in a river, at the foot of the waterfalls.
This wall storage is composed of 3 pockets arranged vertically on a black cotton background. There is a wooden stick at the top and bottom, and a cotton cord to hang your storage. It is ideal in the room, the bathroom, the living room ... Height 80 cm without the cord, 105 cm with the cord.
This large burgundy and green flower of life wall hanging measures 2.40 meters by 2.20 meters. It can cover a large wall or a large bed or sofa. The flower of life is a motif of sacred geometry that provides harmony, smoothness and revitalization. It is a universal symbol that has been found in many parts of the world.
This pretty mandala wall hanging with black patterns on a white background measures 2.20 m by 1.20 m. The patterns represent elephants and flowers, in a pretty and very harmonious mandala. This hanging can be arranged vertically or horizontally. It can be hung on the wall, or used as a tablecloth, bed cover, or sofa cover.
This blue and burgundy Buddha wall hanging is made of cotton and measures approximately 110cm high by 70cm wide. It represents Buddha meditating in the middle of a lotus flower and hearts. This wall hanging symbolizes the lightness of the lotus flower that rises above the surface of the water, and of the Buddha, so light that it rests like a butterfly on the lotus.
This orange marble wall hanging with Celtic-inspired patterns depicts the Buddha in meditation under a tree. It will bring a touch of refined Asian spirituality to your interior! Buddha is asked "What have you gained from meditation?" He replies "Nothing, on the other hand let me tell you what I lost: anger, anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of aging and fear of death"