Our new season roundie serves up multicolour shag arranged in an organic pattern with a hand printed ditsy floral reverse for a textural accent
Our new season roundie serves up multicolour shag arranged in an organic pattern with a hand printed ditsy floral reverse for a textural accent
Our new season roundie serves up multicolour shag arranged in an organic pattern with a hand printed ditsy floral reverse for a textural accent
Our new season roundie serves up multicolour shag arranged in an organic pattern with a hand printed ditsy floral reverse for a textural accent
Our new season roundie serves up multicolour shag arranged in an organic pattern with a hand printed ditsy floral reverse for a textural accent
Our new season roundie serves up multicolour shag arranged in an organic pattern with a hand printed ditsy floral reverse for a textural accent
Our new season roundie serves up multicolour shag arranged in an organic pattern with a hand printed ditsy floral reverse for a textural accent

Farrah Shag Cushion - Blush

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** Arriving mid April **

This new season roundie serves up multicolour shag, arranged in an organic pattern, with a hand printed ditsy floral reverse for a textural accent.

Our latest Marais collection brings you a treasury of artisanal creations, with texture and colour the key to the collection. Long pile wool in our signature seasonal shades references our love of all things shag-a-licious! Inspired by flokati, the Farrah Shag Cushion is a definite way to add texture and a laid-back bohemian vibe to your living space.

Features zip closure and comes with a high-quality feather insert, this hero piece will easily find a much-loved place in your home. We guarantee it!

Details

Measures 45 cms in diameter

Multicolour front, ditsy floral reverse

100% Cotton construction, Wool shag

How am I made?

Our Farrah Shag is made in Panipat, a famous textile hub of India. After dying the yarn, various qualities of yarn are inserted through the fabric using hand guided machines. With great precision and care, the tufted yarns slowly produce an eye-catching design.

Our signature ditsy floral was screen printed by hand in Jaipur. This process requires each colour to have its own screen, meaning seven screens were produced by an artisan before being printed individually to create this fabric. The printed fabric is then processed by being heated or 'cured' to properly dry and set the colours. Finally the fabric is washed to give the printed fabric a soft hand feel and to ensure the colours remain permanent. The practice of screen printing, particularly in prints as detailed as this one, takes extensive time and is one we’re proud to support for the preservation of this tradition and livelihood of our artisans.