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It's a simple clean design influenced by the crisp clear New Zealand landscape.
"Aroha" is a Māori word commonly understood to mean "Love". 1. (verb) to love, feel concern for, feel compassion, empathize. 2. (noun) affection, sympathy, charity, compassion, love, empathy.
Front Fabric: Printed on a Eco Canvas made from recycled plastic bags and available in a variety of colors.
Reverse Fabric: Ultra luxurious Hemp / Yak wool blend on the reverse is soft like wool but looks like linen and washes up so beautifully.
All cushion covers are closed with a neat invisible zip.
Size: 43x43cm square. It looks best with a 45cm square inner.
Pip is a self-taught surface pattern designer who's passionate about leaving the world in a better way than she found it.
Her 'Ethical Home-wares' are handmade with carefully selected fabrics, that not only look stunning but are good for our world.
"I am a home decor nut. My theory had always been: why live in a space that makes you feel bad, when you could live in one that makes you feel good!"