This cotton cushion cover has an easily accessible zipper on one side. Marimekko cushion covers are sewn using the whole width of the fabric, and therefore each item is unique and their appearance may vary slightly. The idea for the Lokki (seagull) pattern came to Maija Isola when she was looking at a window with a curtain drawn across it. The sun was shining, and the wide folds of the curtain formed wavy shadows on the fabric. Maija had a sudden inspiration: if a fabric is printed with waves, even a small piece of such fabric appears abundant, richly folded. The contrast of bright orange, vibrant lilac, seafoam green, and tan make for a beautifully unique cushion cover, perfect for any home.
Care: Cushion cover is machine washable. Optional insert is polyester-filled and hypoallergenic. If ordering with insert, item cannot be gift wrapped.
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