Woodland Living Tree 16x16 Pillow
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Woodland Living Tree 16x16 Pillow

$145.00
Est. Arrival: Oct 12 - Oct 21
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Why we love this

Perfect for any cabin or mountain home, this pillow is made of natural linen and embroidered with a whimsical gathering of woodland creatures. A feather-and-down insert ensures long-lasting comfort.

Care: Remove cover and spot-clean. Iron on steam setting.
Color: natural/multi
Dimensions: 16"L x 16"W
Made In: India
Made Of: cover, linen; insert, down/feather
Please Note: Solid back.
SKU: 77156357
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Oct 12 - Oct 21
STANDARD DELIVERY: This item ships standard service. Learn more about our shipping & handling rates.
RETURNS: This item is returnable within 30 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Coral & Tusk’s creative process is a special alchemy of illustration, machine-embroidery, and hand-finishing. Designer Stephanie Housley begins with a story--perhaps a gentleman penguin with a crab best friend--which becomes a charming pencil drawing. It’s then scanned and redrawn. Once each magical scene is complete, trained artisans in Coral & Tusk’s workshops in India perform the bulk of the embroidery and production. The intricate hand-finishing takes place back in Brooklyn.
Why we love this

Perfect for any cabin or mountain home, this pillow is made of natural linen and embroidered with a whimsical gathering of woodland creatures. A feather-and-down insert ensures long-lasting comfort.

About the Brand
Coral & Tusk’s creative process is a special alchemy of illustration, machine-embroidery, and hand-finishing. Designer Stephanie Housley begins with a story--perhaps a gentleman penguin with a crab best friend--which becomes a charming pencil drawing. It’s then scanned and redrawn. Once each magical scene is complete, trained artisans in Coral & Tusk’s workshops in India perform the bulk of the embroidery and production. The intricate hand-finishing takes place back in Brooklyn.