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Line Cushion 40x60 orange

93.00 $
Material: Textile: Gabriel/Note & Gabriel/Swing
600 gr Synthetic Filling
Size & weight: Height: 40 cm
Length: 60 cm
Product info:

The casing is removable. Dry clean only.

Line Cushion

Line is a series of cushions in two sizes, made from lovely wool blends. The design is simple and stylish with classic stripes in different widths and subtle tone-on-tone color combinations. In her design, Britt Bonnesen has varied the mix of stripes, so the two different sizes of cushion each have their own expression. The combination of rough and fine structures gives life to the design, and the unique interplay of the lines attracts the eye. 

Designer Britt Bonnesen says, "I wanted to design a cushion with a timeless, and at the same time contemporary, pattern. For me, the stripes are the essence of just that. The Line cushions' single shaded color play gives an understated and calm look."

Line is available in two sizes and nine color combinations, spanning the entire spectrum of colors. With its simple design and appealing colors, Line is easy to match with other cushions and elements in your furnishings.

Design: Britt Bonnesen

Designer

Britt Bonnesen

Britt’s inspiration comes from the fashion world. She had worked in the fashion industry for 10 years before she started her own home interior shop. Britt Bonnesen has been an important part of Normann Copenhagen since the very beginning. 

“My grandfather, uncle and my father have all worked their entire lives as glass blowers for Holmegaard, so I have always had a passion for glass design. I love my little black notebook, which I carry around with me everywhere. There are many good ideas and thoughts in this book and maybe they will become a reality one day. I am fascinated by the many hip design hotels around the world. I have an eye for detail and the way details are well thought through, right from atmosphere, food, interior and the staff uniforms down to the hand soap in bathrooms. I also get my inspiration from the fashion industry since the two industries have many similarities”.

Britt Bonnesen