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Kumeko Turns a Bunch of Weaves and Knots Into a Comfy Floor Cushion
Posted By Alexandra Fefelova On May 9, 2012 @ 11:20 am In green furniture,green Interiors,Reader Submitted Content | No Comments
Inspired by old weaving, knotting and basket-making techniques, Kumeko created these cool floor cushions in their design studio based in Prague, Czech Republic. This collection of cushions, aptly dubbed ‘Knotty’, uses a unique plaited upholstery was specially developed by Kumeko. The upholstery is made from soft upcycled jersey tubes stuffed with highly resilient foam. Comfy to say the least, the cushions molds to your body shape for an extra cozy feel.
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