Each Chandan-Whittle piece is an ode to India and its heritage, a celebration of the colour and chaos intrinsic to life there. For founder and designer Kam Chandan-Whittle, this is a chance to honour her family’s Indian roots whilst celebrating local artisans and their handicraft skills. This striking cushion cover made from the softest organic cotton is reminiscent of the joyfulness of Indian summer days. The fabric is handwoven by a womens’ co-operative in Karur, South India, that ensures fair wages and economic independence for its workers.
This piece has two vibrant sides: pink with a subtle geometric pattern in yellow and vivid mustard yellow, and is finished with beautiful handmade ties.
50 x 50 cm
100% organic cotton
Handwoven bobby weave
Machine wash cold, with a gentle detergent
Insert not included
Radium Forest Cushion
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A kaleidoscopic scattering of abstract geometric confetti on a deep black background, this beautiful cushion is a complete standout. Inspired by the day-glo intensity, chaos and colour of Indian street colour, the careful selection of colours makes it so striking and stylish. Hand screen-printed onto a beautiful linen, the inks have an intensity that is almost tactile. This piece combines beautifully with a variety of colours - use as a single piece to create an incredible statement or combine with other the Radium quilted cushions for a minimal, stylish look.
50 x 50cm
Hand screen-printed onto Linen Union
Hand wash gently with mild detergent or dry clean
Iron on reverse only
Feather cushion pad included
Textiles really run in my family; my great grandfather started a fashion textile business in Punjab over a 100 years ago, so from age five that’s all I wanted to be involved in. Along the line the fashion influence translated into interior textiles and homewares.READ THE STORY
For the next year she developed a small range of screen printed and embroidered cushions that she showed at design markets every other weekend in different parts of London. It was only in the winter of 2012 that she rented a permanent studio space in West Norwood where she still works.
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