Vintage Boucherouite 70 x 70cm Cushion
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Each of these vintage Boucherouite cushions by Edit 58 is repurposed from a different Moroccan rug, lending each and every one a unique riot of colour and patterning.
There’s nothing like a beautiful cushion to complete your favourite reading nook. This vintage Boucherouite option from Edit 58 has a touchably textural appeal, completed by a vibrantly kaleidoscopic colour palette. These cushions are crafted from vintage Moroccan rugs, making each of them utterly unique – this means that variations of pattern and colour are to be expected. We think this sense of individuality ramps up the cushions’ already considerable charms.
Please note: Unfortunately we are only able to ship these cushions within the UK.
- Cushion crafted from vintage rug
- Edged piping; zipper closure along one edge
- Cushion filler included
- Please note: Each cushion is created using a unique vintage textile, with a range of pattern and colour variations and minor material imperfections
COMPOSITION & SIZE
Front: Boucherouite Rug; Reverse: Grey Cotton; Inner: Feather
H: 70cm; W: 70cm
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