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A la Mondrian Throw Pillow, #001

A la Mondrian Throw Pillow, #001

15" square -- pillow cover OR cover + insert

Regular price $52.00
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Pops of orange bring unexpected energy to an otherwise neutral palette!

Every pillow I make is unique… meticulously handcrafted from high-end materials with care and attention to detail. For this 15” x 15” pillow, I used Noro yarn, which is 100% wool sourced from certified organic farms, dyed and spun in Japan. I’m a huge fan of this yarn, which is known for its vivid, nature-inspired hues, unique color combinations, and natural texture. Knit up, it epitomizes warm and cozy comfort… like a sweater for your couch!

Front: Hand-knit, 100% wool
Lining: 35% cotton/65% polyester
Back: Brown faux suede (100% polyester)
Hidden zipper for easy cover removal
Reinforced seams

Spot clean or hand wash in cold water with gentle soap. Do not agitate, as wool may felt. Hang or lay flat to dry.

Available with or without pillow insert. Insert is made of high-quality, hypo-allergenic, synthetic down with a soft yet durable woven polyester/cotton blend fabric cover; handmade in the USA.

Ships from Irvine, CA -- Orders placed before 4pm, M-F or before noon Sat will ship same day; all other orders ship next business day; any delay will be communicated via email.

Actual pillow cover dimensions may vary slightly (+/- 0.5"). Slight imperfections are not uncommon in Noro yarns, which are characterized by a natural, handspun texture.

It was my father who suggested the name for this series. When I showed him my first pillow knit in this style, he said, "Oh! That reminds me of a Mondrian. Piet Mondrian was a Dutch pioneer of abstract art, who developed a signature style he called Neo-Plasticism, which is characterized by colored squares and rectangles within a grid of black vertical and horizontal lines. I added the "a la" to the title, to reflect similarity versus imitation, as my designs differ in their stripes to Mondrian's colorblocked approach.

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