Palmas, stonewashed linen, rectangle
All specified measurements are stated in cm.
Pillow inserts are sized up slightly larger than covers to create a fuller cushion.
• Front : 100 - Linen
• Back : 100 - Cotton• Gentle Wash 30°
Rectangular cushion with clean edges and hidden zipper closure.
Cushion frontside in 100% stonewashed linen with a casual, fresh handfeel in a plain, versatile tobacco colour.
Cushion backside made of 100% cotton with a soft, brushed peach-skin finish, that creates beautiful beige shades look like jute.
This 100% stonewashed linen has a very casual touch with a handfeel of refreshing purity, the result of merging craftsmanship with the newest production processes.
This fabric of discrete nature is full of nuanced details and comes in deep, rich colours.
The sturdy tobacco colour adds a touch of brutalism to the subtle graphics in the Palma collection and is by far the most versatile colour in the latest Colour Trends.
The 100% cotton back has an exceptionally soft, brushed peach-skin finish, that creates beautiful beige shades look like Jute.
Comes in 5 sizes
It is Covvers’ choice not only to produce at a superior level in Belgium, but also to help people. Our cushions are produced by Kunnig, a remarkable company in Antwerp that gives work opportunities to less fortunate but highly skilled people. Each order is tailor-made so that we can provide work all year round, which ensures regular productions without leaving waste. The cooperation, passion and gratitude of the people is heartwarming.
|Craftmanship is at the heart of Covvers, in the choice of beautiful fibers, in the creation of exclusive combinations, in the sophisticated colour palette drawn from nature and in the expertise of weavers with whom it chooses to work.|
All fabrics are produced in Europe and many are woven in Belgium, so our footprint on the environment is kept as small as possible. We only work with authentic, traditional fabrics and with respect for ecological productions, unharmful to people or environment.
|Covvers works closely with the highest quality mills, often family owned and usually with artistic skills in weaving, dyeing and finishing that go back several generations. They produce fabrics that whisper luxury and always seek that fine balance between authenticity and originality.|