Reversible Cotton Throw - Architecture
Architecture an unique double-sided cotton blanket, made in Chicago.
The geometric shapes are reminiscent of 1950s architecture. One side is peach, green and blue, with black highlights. While the reversible side is pink, deep teal and peach.
What We Love About It
These blankets are the most exciting handmade textiles we've seen. The special jacquard weave - made on a traditional wooden loom - creates an intricate pattern within the fabric, rather than simply printed on. This means the blankets are thick, toasty warm and incredibly soft.
We love how the colours are so different on each side of the blanket - we have trouble figuring out which side we like best! The Studio Herron blankets will grace your couch, bed and life for years to come.
Things to Know
Care: Machine wash with cold water on a delicate cycle. Tumble dry on low heat.
Size: 130 x 180 cm
Material: 100% cotton
Made in: Chicago by Studio Herron
Shipping: Free Shipping
The Story Behind It
Studio Herron is a Chicago-based textile design and weaving studio that combines artistic process and traditional craft methodologies with the utilitarian and the aesthetic. Studio Herron was founded by weaver Dee Clements, an artist, designer and entrepreneur whose practice spans soft product design, craft and art.
Dee uses weaving and tufting to bring meaning into the realm of the domestic. She views textiles as an ever changing and flexible way to examine the emotional side of soft objects.