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Farrah Lumbar
Farrah Lumbar
Farrah Lumbar
Farrah Lumbar
Farrah Lumbar
Farrah Lumbar
Farrah Lumbar
Farrah Lumbar
Farrah Lumbar

Farrah Lumbar

Regular price
$88.00
Sale price
$88.00

Crafted on rug looms by a female-powered collective in Salé from the softest chenille yarn. Adorned with fringe in Morocco's signature diamond layout. 

Each pillow varies slightly as is the charm and beauty of handmade products.This pillow was hand crafted on a rug loom from soft chenille. Fringe pattern on front, solid on back, with zipper closure.

Designed in-house at Clutter, made in Salé, Morocco.

Color // Paprika

Dimensions // 14" x 21" 

Care // Dry clean suggested

Quality // 90% chenille (acrylic), 10% cotton

Due to the weaving technique, please expect up to 6 months of shedding which is standard for both Moroccan pillows and rugs woven in this manor. We will not be able to accept returns for this reason.

Insert not included. We suggest a 15" x 23" pillow insert. We do not carry this insert size, but suggest these options from  Pillowflex or Crate and Barrel.

3-5 day processing

About our partner

This collection was made in collaboration with a woman-owned business based in Morocco. The owner and founder moved to Morocco in 2016 from the USA as a nurse. As she traveled the country providing healthcare to villages, she met many talented women and men who were creating gorgeous home textiles. Unfortunately, she was also exposed to the darker side of this industry, where these artisans were being taken advantage of by vendors and tourists in the area. Many were not receiving fair pay, or appreciation for their work. To combat this, she started her own business working with these weavers and tailors, with the mission to pay fairly and celebrate their traditional craft. She has connected us with the artisans who have created these beautiful works. 

These particular pieces were crafted by a collective of women in Salé.  An initiative created by young women to preserve the culture and tradition of rug weaving while providing security for them and their families through this income.