The Macrame cushion: an indispensable decorative object, brought up to date.
Because the cushion is synonymous with comfort and tenderness, many people are particularly fond of this type of decoration. On the bed, on the sofa or on the armchair of his office, all rooms are likely to receive a cushion to dress his interior of a small cocoon of softness.
For a decoration bohéme, the Macrame intervenes and offers us a wonderful rendering! This art of weaving so coveted, and practiced by people who love to create with their own hands allows for charm, texture and authenticity. Indeed, the handmade side of macram cushions can give the impression that the decoration was brought back from a trip to South America, by the sea. Thus, these cushions will offer you a real moment of relaxation and will allow you to relax, without even moving from your home.
How are your macramac cushions made?
The intricacy of our cushions results from a handmade weaving, based on a cotton cord. The cotton is organic, from sustainable agriculture that respects the environment. This décoration is therefore moving towards a more natural and co-responsible approach, making our cushions true acute;thic and artisanal creations.
The quality of the cotton also allows you to lay your shirt against the cushion cover without fear of the textile fraying or unraveling.
A wide variety of macramac cushions:
If you too find the cushion to be an essential decoration item, you should find your happiness among the different models present on our site. We offer colorful cushions ranging from turquoise to mustard yellow. Select the color that best suits your day and let the magic happen :). You will also find different patterns whether floral or geometric, and pillows with tassels or cotton fringe. The shape varies too! Some covers are square, rectangular or round.
How to clean your cushion cover?
If for X reasons, you want to clean your cushion cover, know that giving it a makeover will never have been so easy. All you have to do is remove the cover from the cushion and rub it lightly by hand with warm water. You can use cleaning products, but make sure that they are not aggressive to the fabric. Machine washing is strongly recommended as it may damage the cotton threads.