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Ink & Brayer | Mokum

Wabi Sabi Cushion Cover - Linen | 45cm x 45cm | Customisable


Part of the Japanese-inspired Ikigai Collection by Mokum, Wabi Sabi is woven in two colourways, whitewash and linen. Wabi Sabi’s use of raw heavy linen yarn and irregular binding creates a hand crafted aesthetic to offer a unique and luxurious textile.

Item overview:

  • 1 x Cushion Cover (Feather inner optional) 
  • Made by Ink and Brayer with Mokum fabrics                   
  • Size: 45x 45 cm (Custom sizes are available to order. Please contact me for a quote.)
  • Feature Fabric: Mokum Wabi Sabi Whitewash 83% Linen 14% Viscose 3% Polyester. (Click here to learn more)
  • Reverse 100% Linen,  Mokum Obi Stonewash - a high quality linen that has been expertly stonewashed and tumbled for a natural, textured finish. colour: Linen. 
  • Option: Option to use Wabi Sabi feature fabric on both sides
  • Concealed zip
  • Also available in a whitewash colourway. (click here to view other items in the Ikigai collection.)

These cushions are made with love and care. Materials and handiwork are of a very high quality and standard, so you can enjoy something special, lasting, and totally unique in your home.

Optional Feather Inner (NZ only): We offer premium Furtex feather inners made by Mulberi: Outer - 100% cotton down proof casing with piped edges. Filling - 100% pure natural duck feather. 

*This is a delicate fabric not suited to high-traffic seating areas. Long floats could pull.

Fabric Cutting: A fabric cutting may be available. Please contact me if a cutting is required, or if you would like some guidance in choosing complementary cushions or products.

This design is part of the Ikigai Collection by Mokum. Click here to see the full selection available at Ink & Brayer.

Ikigai Textile Collection by Mokum
Bren Sutton - Ink and Brayer

Why I love this design
I am a huge fan of Japanese design, so it is no surprise that the Ikigai collection by Mokum is one of my absolute favourite collections.

Interior photo ©Mokum, shown with the permission of James Dunlop Textiles