Wool Floor Cushion | Sun Rays
Introducing the Sun Rays Wool Washable Floor Cushion from Lorena Canals – a guaranteed showstopper for any room. This unique hand-crafted, limited edition cushion is the result of a creative collaboration between Lorena Canals and contemporary artist Regina Gimenez, who combine colors, textures, and materials to bring you a stunning piece of design.
- Construction: Hand Made
- Pile: 100% Wool
- Base: Recycled Cotton
- Filler: 100% Polystyrene Balls
- Dyes: Natural non-toxic dyes
- Size: 28' Round
- Colour: Sandstone (tan), Smoke Blue, Sea Shell (blue)
- Pile height: Short and Medium
- Designed in Barcelona, made in India
- Comes with non-slip underlay (rug pad)
- Complies with all quality and safety regulations for children including Certificate of Compliance (CPSIA), ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 18001
- Environmentally friendly and free from toxic dyes or contaminants
- Indoor & Outdoor use
This Woolable collection by Lorena Canals is the first wool collection ever designed to be washable at home in a domestic washing machine. Wool offers a wealth of benefits, such as being a renewable and bio-degradable resource, superior strength and durability, naturally fire retardant and self-extinguishing, and hygienic and non allergenic. Plus, wool is naturally coated with lanolin, making it great for repelling dirt and stains. Not to mention that it’s light, soft, and flexible as a result of using natural dyes.
- Clean spots and absorb spills immediately with a clean, absorbent cloth
- Do not use chemicals
- Machine wash separately at 30° using a gentle cycle for a maximum of 30 minutes
- Tumble dry at a low temperature
- Avoid exposure to direct sunlight
About the Brand
Lorena Canals is a renowned rug and accessory brand that has revolutionized the home décor industry. Started over 20 years ago with the simple idea of making rugs that are washable at home, their products are now sold in over 40 countries. Lorena Canals has built its own production facilities in India in an effort to ensure quality and socially responsible labour practices, and they now have a nursery funded by their SAKULA PROJECT.