Collect Throw Pillows - Heavy Linen
Crafted from premium linen, the Heavy Linen cushion is a chic addition to &Tradition’s new home accessories line, &Tradition Collect.
Sophisticated yet understated, the Heavy Linen cushion sits within &Tradition Collect, a curated line of beautifully crafted soft furnishings and home objects. Boasting a wide-ranging collection of classic and contemporary pieces, Danish design company &Tradition has announced its expansion into a collection of accessories that will further enhance the home.
Designed by Space Copenhagen, this Italian-made linen cushion promises the highest standard. Dense and durable, it was blended with a small proportion of polyamide to ensure resilience. On one side, there is a simple hidden zipper; inside, its exceptionally soft filling is stuffed with feathers and down. Offered in three organic colors – Powder, Slate, and Burgundy – it can be easily mixed and matched with the broader &Tradition Collect line.
"With the Heavy Linen cushion, we wanted to strike the right balance between elegance and informality," explain Space Copenhagen founders Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützou. "The result is a wonderfully textured cushion with a rich lustre that plays across the surface."
Space Copenhagen’s commitment to quality and longevity is reflected in &Tradition Collect. The duo wanted to create a cohesive offering of home accessories that would bring folksy warmth into any interior. Focusing on cushions, throws, and planters, they selected earthy tones of burgundy, slate, and sand as their primary palette. An emphasis on natural textures – including linen and organic cotton – accentuated this luxuriously rustic aesthetic further.
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Established in 2010, &tradition is a Danish furniture and lighting firm inspired by traditional Nordic motifs....
Designed by Space Copenhagen
Space Copenhagen, a design studio, was established by Signe Bindslev Henriksen and Peter Bundgaard Rützoi in 2005. Space Copenhagen is...