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A pillar from the beautifully decorated mosque of Wazir Khan in Lahore, Pakistan (built in 1634).

Muslims have always gone for abstract geometric patterns to decorate buildings, especially mosques and tombs. I got this colourful example from the ceiling of the main mosque in Rajah Bazaar, the old part of Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

Islamic patterns, Bulleh Shah's tomb, Pakistan, Pakistan Art

Pakistani art revolves around Islamic tiles. Thus the art in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are very similar to due to the cultural influence on Pakistan from the Middle-East. Pakistani art can be very colorful and have a broader color palette unlike Saudi art that focuses on neutral shades.

now this really is fabulous vintage fabric!

Organic Linen by the Yard by nancystraughan on Etsy, $40.00 If I could sew, I would have napkins by now.