Cotton. It is familiar to us since childhood. Delicate bed linen, little curtains on grandma's windows, embroidered napkins — all these things from cotton are remembered fondly. This fabric is produced in many countries and enjoys great popularity. People who lived on the banks of the Indus River 7,000 years ago knew how to cultivate cotton, it was also grown in Mexico many centuries B.C. The Ancient Romans also started growing cotton, a little later, and then the cultivated plant came to American plantations. Today, approximately fifty species of cotton are grown on the territories of about eighty countries.
I offer you to enjoy viewing interiors where cotton goods are used. Perhaps, some ideas would make you think how to adorn your home.
Cotton flags, garlands of toys and hearts, pillows and bedspread bring a lot of joy to the owners of the nursery.