Handwoven Cotton Barragan Pillow
Beds, chairs, and sofas of all shapes and sizes—wherever you place this pillow it’ll add texture and a little geometric whimsy. Woven from 100% cotton, the pattern mimics the designs of renown Mexican architect Luis Barragan (think: saturated colors and right angles). Not only is this pillow pretty, though—it’s also the handiwork of a women-run co-op that partners with artists to keep old textile traditions alive.
Photography by Ty Mecham & Rocky Luten
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