Hand printed hexagon patchwork beanbag with tassle
Hand printed hexagon patchwork beanbag with tassle
Hand printed hexagon patchwork beanbag with tassle
Hand printed grey circle cut out beanbag with tassle

Delilah Patchwork Beanbag

Seasonal colours in a hexagon patchwork design, made for chillin’.

We’ve been longing for a beanbag that’s every bit the opposite to the daggy versions on the market, so we decided to create one for ourselves. Gone are the days of hiding them in a corner or cupboard, as we introduce the Delilah Patchwork Beanbag - a stylish offering that will enhance an effortless home.

The most perfect place to perch and while away the day reading, our Delilah Beanbag is defined by a nostalgic, patchwork design that was inspired by Moroccan tiles. The prettiest colour palette of dark teal, blush, nude, lilac, dusty green and grey make up this retro patched print.

Finished with a stunning dark teal blanket stitch that is hand-embroidered along its edges, we can’t say we’ve ever experienced a more comfortable seat with matching style to boot. Embellished with a contrast tassle for a pop of dark teal. Combine with our Theroux Printed Beanbag for a laid-back zone in your home.

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

Multicolour print, Dark Teal stitch detail

Made from 100% Cotton Canvas

Recommended Care - Cold hand wash, no tumble dry, line dry, warm iron if necessary.

How am I made?

An artisanal quality is never far from our designs and this beanbag is no exception.

Screen printed by hand, this sturdy cotton canvas is printed by skilled artisans in Jaipur, India. A region known for its textiles, we work with a team of craftsmen to produce a quality piece imbued with a magical handmade touch.

The pattern is created by first producing a screen panel. The design is then printed panel by panel until the full pattern has been brought to life. This magical and time-honoured technique of screen printing is a practice we’re enthusiastic about preserving. The nuances of hand printed fabric can be seen in this beanbag and is a far cry from its machine made counterparts.