LPJ Pattern Pillow
Delivery time: 1 week
Exemplary upcycling: Our PATTERN PILLOW has the knot out. Or rather in the middle of it. Because here subtle silks and viscose scraps gather in unique designs to exclusive and sustainable patchwork. The result: a flowing, delicate, artistic pillow, made at our home in Aschau. To complete the circle and keep all dreams firmly in hand, each pillow is still adorned with our symbolic O logo as a ring at the knot detail. The back with zipper provides a surprising turning point. An unmistakable unique piece full of love in detail.
Our silk pillows are true upcycling wonders. We use high-quality fabric patterns that always have a slightly different Zusammenstzung of silk, polyester and viscose. To keep the cushions so beautifully exotic, they should be cleaned gently. For this purpose, it is best to fill a bucket with water at a maximum temperature of 30 degrees, add some silk detergent and soak the pillow in it for no more than five minutes. After that, the silk pillow should be rinsed with cold water.
Your Pattern Pillow is made of 100% fabric that was already there. This means that the pillow is an upcycled product and no new resources are used for its production, but the already existing fabrics are transformed into a new, higher quality upcycled product.
The environment is important to us. That's why all of our products are designed with the idea of using existing resources in a responsible, ecological way. This way, no material is wasted.
Our Pattern Pillows are completely designed in Aschau in Chiemgau and sewn in Germany. The shortest routes are used for production in order to be as climate-friendly as possible.
We stand for reuse. Throwing away is out of the question. That's why products purchased from us can be returned for repair. A seam has burst? A flap no longer fits the way it should? Pilling nodules have appeared? We'll take care of it, just call us to make an appointment.
60 % silk
20 % viscose
20 % polyester
do not bleach
do not tumble dry
gentle professional cleaning
iron on low heat