Cotton block printed ditsy floral beanbag with midnight blue embroidery
Cotton block printed ditsy floral beanbag with midnight blue embroidery
Cotton block printed ditsy floral beanbag with midnight blue embroidery
Cotton block printed ditsy floral beanbag with midnight blue embroidery
Cotton block printed ditsy floral beanbag with midnight blue embroidery

Floria Ditsy Beanbag

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** Arriving mid April **

The perfect place to nestle into your very own winterland of flowers.

An evolution of last season’s Ditsy Daisy Print, the Floria Ditsy Beanbag is a cool (in all sense of the word) twist on our original, vintage floral-inspired design. Gone is the notion that the humble beanbag is only for kids, we’ve reinvented the wheel and created the Florita Ditsy Beanbag to be enjoyed by kids of all ages (yes even you!).

This hand-drawn print, exclusively designed by Sage and Clare, showcases a ditsy floral pattern that is guaranteed to evoke a sense of nostalgia for the past. The fabric has been screen printed in an array of seasonal hues including midnight blue, teal, dandelion and rouge, in this small scale floral, for a fresh and renewed take on a much-loved favourite. The signature palette of colour provides infinite depth and texture to an already sculptural, statement piece.

Finished with a midnight blue cross stitch that is hand-embroidered along the beanbag's hem, we promise you won’t find a more comfortable spot to relax in with an equally amazing bohemian design.

Note - This beanbag comes unfilled and takes approx 250 litres of polystyrene beans to fill - an amount that you can pick up from Kmart, for example, for around $30. A removal beanbag liner is included, taking the fuss out of cleaning!

DETAILS

Measures 100 x 150 cms

Includes removal liner

Multicolour print, midnight blue embroidery stitch hem

Made from 100% Cotton Canvas

HOW AM I MADE?

Screen printed by hand, this process requires each colour to have its own screen. Therefore seven screens were produced by an artisan, which then had to be printed individually to create this beanbag. At the commencement of this time consuming method, the printed fabric is 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.