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Stripy Cotton Cushion Cover

You’ll love it because: Inspired by the colors of Laos, our eco-friendly cotton cushion cover will bring calm and peace to your indoor or outdoor space.

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Eco-friendly home decor begins with sourcing good materials and collaborating with skilled artisans. This cushion cover is dyed with all natural dyes — indigo and sapaan (pink) — and woven with hand-spun organic cotton.

The striped pattern and colours reflect the colors of the Lao countryside. The textile is woven by our master weavers at our Living Crafts Centre. Includes a lined interior and zip closure. Insert not included.

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Color

Indigo, Pink, Teal

Made by:

Mrs. Kiang

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