Sale price150 €
handmadenaturally dyed

Diagonal Soleil Cushion
Elle La

handmadenaturally dyed
Sale price150 €
handmadenaturally dyed
This vibrant yellow cushion is a cherished piece from our exquisite Collection One. Handwoven by the skilled artisans of the Dogon, using techniques passed down through generations for over a millennium, each fabric is thoughtfully plant-dyed. The captivating yellow hue of this cushion is an enchanting result of the natural pigments derived from tree pods. Meticulously designed and expertly crafted in the artistic heart of Amsterdam.
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Elle La is an Amsterdam based interior brand founded in 2020. Elle La was born from a desire to change the way of making. We believe that making is essential to being human. In a world that is increasingly disconnected from makers and producers, Elle La focuses on craftsmanship by local makers, circular use of natural materials, and design that stays true to the materials.
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Color: Off-white & yellow Size: 70 cm x 50 cm Material: 100% cotton Natural pigment: Tree pods Filling: Included within the EU: Recycled feathers & down. Fabric origin: Mali * Due to the natural & handwoven features of this product every piece might carry slight marks and imperfections.

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Color: Off-white & yellow Size: 70 cm x 50 cm Material: 100% cotton Natural pigment: Tree pods Filling: Included within the EU: Recycled feathers & down. Fabric origin: Mali * Due to the natural & handwoven features of this product every piece might carry slight marks and imperfections.

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14 Days

About

Elle La is an Amsterdam based interior brand founded in 2020. Elle La was born from a desire to change the way of making. We believe that making is essential to being human. In a world that is increasingly disconnected from makers and producers, Elle La focuses on craftsmanship by local makers, circular use of natural materials, and design that stays true to the materials.

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