A reversible cushion defined by a hand printed grid pattern and embellished with rouge tufting and a trio of colourful handmade pom poms
A reversible cushion defined by a hand printed grid pattern and embellished with rouge tufting and a trio of colourful handmade pom poms
A reversible cushion defined by a hand printed grid pattern and embellished with rouge tufting and a trio of colourful handmade pom poms
A reversible cushion defined by a hand printed grid pattern and embellished with rouge tufting and a trio of colourful handmade pom poms

Kari Grid Cushion

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A reversible cushion defined by a hand printed grid pattern and embellished with rouge tufting and a trio of colourful handmade pom poms. Features contrast french floral reverse.

Our latest Marais Collection sees us reinterpret our signature bohemian, retro style with a Parisian flare. The Kari Grid Cushion references our European-inspired ginghams and checks that are apparent throughout the collection. Long pile cotton in a signature seasonal shade of rouge highlights our love of all things shaggy and punctuates the gridded cushion with flokati-like texture.

This cushion is designed to work effortlessly with the rest of the collection. Embellished with a trio of multicoloured handmade pom poms in the right corner, this cushion also features a zip and comes with a high-quality feather insert.

Details

Measures 60 x 60 cms

Aqua front, multicolour reverse

100% Cotton

How am I made?

Our Kari Grid Cushion is made in Panipat, a famous textile hub of India. After screen printing the grid artwork and dying the yarn rouge, the yarn is inserted through the fabric using hand guided machines whilst simultaneously being cut to the desired lengths. With great precision and care, the tufted yarns slowly produce an eye-catching design.

This season's french floral print, on the reverse of the Kari Grid Cushion, was screen printed by hand in Jaipur, in a process that requires each colour to have its own screen. Colour by colour, the pattern emerges before being 'cured' to properly dry and set the colours. Finally the fabric is washed to give it 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.