Cushion | Boro
Buy Back Value: £11.19
In an exciting play of velvet, cotton and linen, Urban Nature Culture’s Boro Cushion demonstrates an ancient old, Japanese technique of patchwork. It celebrates the beauty in something that’s expired, repaired or frayed. To simple fishermen and farmers, fabrics were expensive and scarce, and that’s why they stitched multiple layers on top of each other. The result of those layers, carrying a frayed, coarse texture, is called boro, a technique shown in the mix of materials of this cushion. Adding all shades of green to your home, garden or terrace invites you to be one with nature.
Handmade in India
End of Life
This product is part of The Reinvention Program. That means you can send it back to us if you don’t want it anymore. Please go to your order history and submit a request. We will arrange a return for your product so it can have a second life, and you will be rewarded with a refund that you can redeem on your future orders.
Condition Buyback Value
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Since the age of 19, Anne Marie Hermans has been travelling the world, finding beauty and treasures in every corner of the planet. Ever inspired by inventive minds and the incredible products that can come to life from that, her travels always lead her to find new products, hidden gems and creative people, who inspire her for new collections to come. Curating ancient techniques and art in harmony with nature is one of the most important goals in her life – a reason why she started Urban Nature Culture.
Anne believes that taking care of the future of our world, nature, and its inhabitants can only be achieved by looking at ourselves. The change lies within ourselves. Urban Nature Culture is a home and lifestyle brand that continuously challenges her – wondering about ways to add better value to our planet and its inhabitants, us people.
Step by step, they find more ways to produce products sustainably. Not just by paying fair wages to the talented craftsmen or honest dealers and companies who provide great products for our homes, but also by using new and planet-friendly sources, or secondary instead of new, raw materials. Urban Nature Culture believes that it is obligated to invest in the future and create its goods transparently.