Block Printed Ditsy Daisy Print Beanbag with Embroidery
Block Printed Ditsy Daisy Print Beanbag with Embroidery
Block Printed Ditsy Daisy Print Beanbag with Embroidery
Block Printed Ditsy Daisy Print Beanbag with Embroidery
Block Printed Ditsy Daisy Print Beanbag with Embroidery

Nell Ditsy Print Beanbag

Seasonal colours in a vintage floral for the ultimate relaxation.

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 Nell Ditsy Print Beanbag - a stylish offering that will enhance an effortless home.

The most perfect place to perch and while away the day reading, our Nell Beanbag is defined by a hand-drawn print, exclusively designed by Sage and Clare. It showcases a ditsy daisy pattern reminiscent of past eras and more innocent times. An array of seasonal hues, such as mustard, coral, orange and dark turquoise, are featured in this small scale floral for a fresh and renewed take on a much-loved favourite.

Finished with a denim blue cross 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. Combine with our Wategos Palm Print 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, Denim Blue stitch detail

Made from 100% Cotton Canvas

HOW AM I MADE?

Block printed by hand, our ditsy daisy pattern is our most intricate to date. This time-honoured process begins with the initial carving of wood blocks - a practice that requires incredible skill and precision. A different wood block is required for each and every colour! The pattern is then printed block by block until the running fabric is complete. The practice of block 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.