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Rectangular herringbone cushion, light green

399DKK 249DKK

Part of our linen / cotton collection in herringbone weave. This light green cushion compliments the green cushion in a soft tone in tone nuance. Linen is smooth, has a beautiful shine and gets softer when washed. Linen is a natural material and small irregularities in the weaving occur randomly due to the variable thickness of the threads. These are beauty marks that give the fabric life and character. Made in the European Union.

35 x 70 cm / 13,8 x 27,6 in. Cover closed with zipper.

Available with filling only and in dusty corallight dusty corallight green, green, off white and indigo blue.

The price including fill stated in Danish Kroner corresponds to approximately EUR 54 / USD 63. Exchange rates may vary slightly.

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DESIGN AND PRODUCTION: This product is designed by Anne Rosenberg / RosenbergCph. Herringbone weave 50% linen and 50% cotton. Made in the European Union. Feather inner cushion made in Denmark, and tested for harmfull substances according to Oeko-Tex standard 100.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Cushion cover: Wash your linen product separately the first times as linen fibres may come off the product during the first 2 – 3 washing cycles. Check your washing machines lint filter before and after washing. Wash at low temperature, max 60 degrees C / 140 degrees F.  Do not overfill washing machine. Do not use fabric softener or bleach. Line dry your linen. Iron while damp using high heat. Shrinkage 7%.  Inner cushion: Washable at 30 degrees C / 90 degrees F. Tumble dry thoroughly at low temperature after washing. For daily care shake your cushions – do not pound them.

ENVIRONMENT: Made in the European Union. The environmental impact of the linen (flax) production is generally considered to be lower than that of cotton and synthetic textiles as the production requires less water and energy, and emits less greenhouse gas. Feather inner cushions are made in Denmark from partly recycled material. No feathers from living birds are used.

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