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Chuchu 12x16 Pillow, Pink Ombré
$79.00
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This product is excluded from the OKLXTRA10 promotion.
COLOR pink/orange/natural
DIMENSIONS 12"L x 16"W
MADE OF cover, Ethiopian cotton; insert, polyester
PLEASE NOTE Reversible, pattern is on front and back.
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL May 04 - May 09
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Bolé Road Textiles marries ancient weaving traditions, passed down through the generations, with a modern global aesthetic. All products are designed in Brooklyn, then ethically sourced and lovingly handwoven by artisans in Ethiopia.
Why we love this

Handwoven using ultrasoft Ethiopian cotton, this petite lumbar pillow is entirely handmade, from the harvesting of the cotton to the sewing of the seams. The pillow's woven dashes are created with thick cotton yarns, giving the fabric a unique tactile quality. The base color is muted and distressed, allowing the pink and orange dashes to pop. Insert included.

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