Cut Light Cushion
Cut Light Cushion
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The Cut design comes from an ink drawing. Inspired by the simple yet striking, bold block designs of West African mud cloths.
Woven in an undulating twill weave
Sealed with an invisible zip
Front - Fabric woven, washed and finished in Lancashire and Yorkshire, England from 70% Merino wool and 30% cotton
Back – 100% organic black cotton canvas
All orders include a feather inner. Please get in touch if you would like to purchase the cover only.
Also available as a throw and the dark version as a cushion
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Meet The Designer
Founded in London by designer Beatrice Larkin, the studio specialises in modern woven textiles, accessories and interior products. Not driven by seasonal trends, Beatrice’s distinctive, softened geometric fabrics have a timeless quality that are designed to be enjoyed and appreciated all year round.
The design process begins in Bea’s East London studio with her drawings taking inspiration from traditional weave structures, grids and graphs, West African textiles, The Bauhaus and Brutalist architecture. She then turns these sketches into jacquard weaves, playing with scale and repeat, focussing on the structure and design of cloth in equal measure.
All fabrics are woven at a mill in Lancashire from the finest Italian spun merino wool, then made into throws and cushions in London.