Ambar

Wood Block Cushion Rectagle, Hazelnut

£115

The bold Wood Block pattern of this cushion cover is made from a knitted jacquard with a 100% linen backing. The nature of the textile fabrication and yarn ensures an extremely soft and gentle touch, and was designed to last a lifetime. It was inspired by architectural details found in the concert hall of the Barbican Centre, and has a similarly brutalist aesthetic owing to its bold and graphic stripes. Front: 70% viscose, 30% elastane; back: 100% linen. 

Made in Britain

Dimensions: W60 H45cm

Hand wash in cold water. Zip fastening.

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Founded by Natalia Nicolau, Ambar stems from her background in fashion and a decade’s experience in developing textiles for brands both in her native Brazil and the UK. Her degree in architecture is also instrumental throughout all research and the creative processes.

Natalia draws inspiration from traditional textile techniques such as hand-weaving and embroidery, and closely manages the development of all products with her UK suppliers along each phase of the production process. Her love of fashion and architectural forms lead to Ambar, a homeware and lifestyle brand that joins visual and tactile comfort with personal style, to help you transform your house into a home.

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