Peace Cabin Froebel Teak & Red Checkerboard Cushion
Peace Cabin Froebel Teak & Red Checkerboard Cushion
Peace Cabin Froebel Teak & Red Checkerboard Cushion
Peace Cabin Froebel Teak & Red Checkerboard Cushion
Peace Cabin Froebel Teak & Red Checkerboard Cushion
Peace Cabin Froebel Teak & Red Checkerboard Cushion

Peace Cabin Froebel Teak & Red Checkerboard Cushion

$ 120.00
Unit price per

A plush seat cushion to improve your work-from-home set up or to make a statement on dining chairs and stools. Froebel works great on benches and breakfast nooks, as well as giving you some extra guest floor seating when you need it. It’s also small enough to throw in your tote, whether you’re headed to the park or the game.

Peace Cabin cushion fillings are where they really aim to make a difference. The small company only use natural, fully biodegradable, non toxic materials—kapok, latex foam and raw cotton. They never use polyfill in their products. Just another reason why we adore these cushions.

The rugged CORDURA ®️ 1000D nylon base provides protection from rough surfaces, as well as creating a moisture barrier against damp ground. Choosing to use this durable material also means it’s something you’ll own and use for a long time and that’s a big part of their design philosophy—making timeless products that are built to last.

Specifications
Outer Materials: 10oz cotton duck canvas, CORDURA ®️ 1000D nylon base & carry handle, nylon cord, and natural leather trim.

(Please note the checkerboard block printed fabric is a hand done and can vary slightly in color and pattern from this unique process).

Filling: Raw cotton batting & natural latex foam

Size: 15” x 15” x 3” (should fit the average dining or desk chair, but we recommend measuring your own chair to check)

Care 
Peace Cabin cushions' unique construction means that the covers are not removable. We recommend spot cleaning, and do not advise putting them in the washer or dryer—these are old school hand wash and line dry babies. 

Since the Ennis cushions are more likely to be taken outside for occasional use, if they get wet then we suggest line dry or drying flat. When they are fully dry they can be fluffed up like a regular pillow to redistribute any filling that may have compacted or moved while wet.