Teixidors

Reticulum Cushion Large-Beige&BlackEdge

Handcrafted in Barcelona by Teixidors, in beige with a striking black edge, and a focus on natural fibres, the ultra elegant Reticulum cushion perfectly matches the house's ultra-light Malla throws.

Availability: In stock

£85.00

Description

Handcrafted in Barcelona by Teixidors, in beige with a striking black edge, and a focus on natural fibres, the ultra elegant Reticulum cushion perfectly matches the house's ultra-light Malla throws.

Details

Details

Material: 100% Linen

Brand

This exceptional Spanish house has established itself as a leader in sustainable textiles. Run as a co-operative, Teixidors crafts light cashmere, merino wool and silk, sometimes as blends. Traditional wooden looms are used to achieve high quality, unique textiles, producing tones that may be subtly different or sharp in contrast, but always harmonious. The handmade process renders each item special. Twice awarded the prestigious ICFF Editors Prize in New York, the vision behind Teixidors is that great design lasts throughout time.

  • Colour :  Beige&BlackEdge
  • Size :  60x60

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