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TABITABIYA's handmade designs , in keeping with Japan's taditions, are made either with new Japanese fabrics or vintage kimono, haori jackets or of obi belts fabrics that I found during my hunts in second-hand kimono shops. Because yes, in Japan, for centuries, when kimono, haori, obi, etc. can no longer be worn, that's how they find a new life!


This duo of cushion covers was born from the desire to create a shimmering and contrasting set! For this new design, I have combined and upcycled two vintage obi belts. The green belt depicts a floral and aquatic universe: on the waves Nami 波float large chrysanthemum flowers Kiku 菊. In the centre, in a beautiful harmony of very light silver and powder pink, a geometric pattern from the animal world that we particularly like: Kikkô 亀甲, the scales on the back of the turtle, symbol of good fortune, longevity, knowledge and great wisdom. And to bring a touch of accent and character, a shiny red fabric Nishijin Ori 西陣織 in polyester which takes up a water motif, that of running water Ryûsui 流水and an autumn floral motif, that of Hagi 萩, the lespedeze , which, just as much as Kiku, is an essential flower of autumn and strongly anchored in the heart of Japanese poetry since the oldest times.

Cushions are essential to lay the key final to the decoration of your rooms or to finish dressing your sofas, armchairs and beds, right? These decorative elements have no equal to give charm and originality to this home in which you have put all your heart to paint it in your colors and make it a cozy nest that looks like you! With these cushion covers, you can also bring a note of Japanese elegance to your interior with unique pieces that you won't find in anyone else's home!


  • Sold as 1 single set of two cushion covers

    Material: silk - polyester
    Dimensions: suitable for a 40X40 filling cushion cm. Cushion not included.
    Maintenance : in general, obi fabrics do not wash. But if you really need to wash your cushion covers, we can only recommend to dry clean them.

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