Marie Louise Pillow Cover

$36.00

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Why We Lazybones : Organic, Social Good, Woman Owned

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Description

Marie Louise Pillow Cover from Lazybones. Part of the Natural World collection which celebrates the creatures and plants that we share the earth with. This cushion features 2 botanical illustrations & a textile design.

A Pear (Pyrus communis cv.) Coloured aquatint, c. 1839, this pear’s common name is Marie Louise. Credit- Wellcome Collection. CC BY licence. Passion flower (Passiflora species) Watercolour. Credit- Wellcome Collection. CC BY licence. Textile (France),1870–80  Border fragment of black acanthus leaves with bands of geometric fretwork on a yellow ground.  Courtesy Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum. The image is in the public domain. Courtesy of the generous New York Metropolitan of Art’s open access scheme.

  • Material: Digitally Printed on Organic Cotton Sateen
  • Back – Unbleached Organic Cotton
  • Back Opening – Fold Over Fabric
  • Sizing: 18″ x 18″
  • Care: Gentle Wash Inside Out, Air Dry, Warm Iron
  • Insert Not Included
  • Made in Australia

The Story of Lazybones

Lazybones setup shop in 2000. Their love of the natural world, vintage style and the unexpected helped them grow into a much loved Australian clothing and homewares brand. They design modern vintage-inspired fashion, accessories, bedding and homewares with a fresh and whimsical approach. The garments have become well known for their quirky signature prints, delicate embroidery and jacquard knitwear… all in feminine shapes and styles.

Lazybones has made a move towards more sustainable and ethical practices. Loving the earth has long been an important part of what they do and now are able to reflect this in the choice of fabrics and manufacturers.  At Lazybones, this means big things like working with wonderful fair trade factories in India and Bali and only using organic and eco fabrics.