pillows Archive - Silvia Gattin
    • Coral Pillow Stripes

      31,00

      It is a small island in Denmark that inspires Madame Stoltz: the beautiful interior design accessories, which are family-owned, inspire at first glance. Our personal selection of Madame Stoltz products will ensure a certain flair of elegance .

      With its fresh colors and cheeky tassels, this pillow not only creates a cozy atmosphere, but also spices up every room in which it is located.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×40

      38,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×40

      38,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×40

      38,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×40

      38,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×40

      38,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 40×60

      42,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 50/50

      48,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 50×50

      48,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 50×50

      48,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Ikat Cushion Cover 50×50

      48,00

      IKAT – THE ROYAL DISCIPLINE OF WEAVING

      The term Ikat is derived from the Malay word “mengikat” and means something like “to bind” or “to wrap around”. In contrast to batik, with the Ikat technique, instead of tying off a flat surface, the non-woven yarn is tied off. With a concrete pattern in his head, the artisan ties off the areas of the yarn that are to remain white during the later dyeing. The yarns are then stretched to dry in lengths of up to 50 meters and then often tied again in further steps to be dyed with a second, third or even fourth color. Once this process has been completed, the yarns are wound onto the spindles in a very specific order and then woven by hand. If even a small mistake happens here, the entire pattern is gone, so that the work requires the weaver’s maximum concentration. This very elaborate and filigree technique gives the Ikat fabrics a wonderfully light and shimmering look.

      The Ikat weaving technique is used in many countries in the Middle East and Asia. Our cushion covers are manufactured by a small family business in Turkey using silk and cotton.

    • Leather Pouf

      140,00

      Handmade by our small family business in Marrakech, our leather pouf brings a timeless yet slightly playful accent to your living room or bedroom.

    • Polster mit Quasten

      90,00

      Eine kleine Insel in Dänemark ist es, die Madam Stoltz zu inspirieren scheint: die wunderhübschen Interior-Design Accessoires, die hier im familiären Umfeld entstehen, begeistern auf den ersten Blick. Unsere persönliche Auswahl an Madam Stoltz Einrichtungsgegenständen verleihen deinem Zuhause eine lässige Eleganz.

      Mit seinen frischen Farben und frechen Quasten schafft diese Polsterung nicht nur eine gemütliche Atmosphäre, sondern peppt auch jeden Raum auf, in dem sie sich befindet.

    • Velvet Cushion Cover

      34,00

      It is a small island in Denmark that inspires Madame Stoltz: the beautiful interior design accessories, which are family-owned, inspire at first glance. Our personal selection of Madame Stoltz products will ensure a certain flair of elegance .
      You want to embellish your home with a warm and cozy home accessory? We have the solution here. Our new velvet cushions with fringes bring warmth and a cozy color to your living room or bedroom at the same time. We recommend to combine this model with the mustard model.

    • Velvet Cushion Cover Mustard

      34,00

      It is a small island in Denmark that inspires Madame Stoltz: the beautiful interior design accessories, which are family-owned, inspire at first glance. Our personal selection of Madame Stoltz products will ensure a certain flair of elegance .
      You want to embellish your home with a warm and cozy home accessory? We have the solution here. Our new velvet cushions with fringes bring warmth and a cozy color to your living room or bedroom at the same time. We recommend to combine this model with the dark green model.

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