One Nine Eight Five Laurie Check Pink Linen Cushion
Inspired by an exploration into modular buildings from the mid-century era, the Laurie Check Pink Linen Cushion looks at how shapes interconnect to create grander structures. Designed and made in the UK.
The enquiry behind the Laurie Check Pink Linen Cushion led to a series of collages, bringing One Nine Eight Five to this final design.
This printed linen cushion with a velvet back has a tactile touch to accompany its contemporary design, and its pastel-hued pink and peach add to its softness.
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Eleanor always makes sure to source her materials from local makers here in the UK. Sustaining traditional craftsmanship is important to One Nine Eight Five, and working in this way helps boost the local economy, and keeps the manufacturing process localised. All of their materials are made in the UK, and regular visits are made to the makers to ensure safe conditions and fair wages.
All of One Nine Eight Five’s throws are crafted using either recycled cotton or recycled wool, salvaged from offcuts in garment making factories. These off-cuts are broken down into usable fibre, and then hand-finished using traditional techniques. At the end of their lifetime, throws made from wool will biodegrade naturally. Increasingly more of their cushions are also being printed onto recycled cotton.
One Nine Eight Five works closely with Beat, the UK’s charity for helping those suffering from eating disorders. 15% of all profits from their Woman Collection is donated to this charity, with the aim of raising awareness about the pressures of growing up in a society which obsesses over unrealistic concepts of what is beautiful, and what is not.
Colour: Pink, Peach, Black.
Size: 30 x 50 cm.
Outer Front: 100% Linen.
Outer Back: 100% British Cotton Velvet.
Filling: Feather cushion pad included.
Dry clean only.
Free delivery with trackable courier service, either UPS, Parcel Force or Royal Mail, therefore a signature is required.