The dynamic movement of decorative textile structure, from simple to complex, the various associations of lines or different patterns (geometric, avimorph, zoomorph, anthropomorph) and the chromatic repertoire offer an expressivity to the form and accentuate the harmony of composition, transforming objects in real treasures of folk art.
In the ornamental composition of textile appear stylized patterns like: the star, the nut, the Easter cake, the rose, the tulip, the bouquet, the grapevine, the trees, the horse, the girls, the Romanian circle dance, the birds (water birds, martin).
Interweaving in their structure the intelligence and the fantasy of the woman, textiles generate a holiday note in the inside space, organized according one scenography who preserve and break the canons in the same time.
In the Romanian mentality, the tree of life appears in mythical representations of the life cycle, calendar activities and holydays of the year.
The presence of tree of life in the decorative structure of traditional textiles demonstrate the link between human and nature as constant medium of material and spiritual life.
Wood is a decorative material par excellence, because his natural color and quality, by itself structure. Traditional decoration is achieved by notching. Dominant patterns are geometric e.g. solar wheel, tooth of wolf.
The patterns have an important role in the ornamental composition of textiles.
The pattern repertoire demonstrates the fact that the human transpose in his creation environmental elements.
Quotidian has been immediately placed in the woman’s art of garnishing the interior of the room. And so she engraved to space a holiday note.
Decorative textiles are decorated woolen, cotton or natural silk fabrics, in general, with geometric, phytomorphic or avimorphic patterns. The patterns are naturalistic or stylized.