An inviting and super soft cushion made from 100% brushed cotton. The contemporary cushion features an off-white graphic pattern. This cushion design clearly emphasize that Kristina Dam started out her career out as a graphic designer. The bold and graphic woven design clearly reveals Kristina Dams fascination for the minimalistic, simple and graphic design. This high quality cushions is available in two sizes and shades. Please note that the inner cushions for the contemporary cushion series has to be purchased separately. The cushion has a lovely texture, due the brushed cotton, and it can be washed at 30 degrees when needed. You can reach and change the inner cushion using the matching coloured zipper on the side of the pillow. A modern and soft cushion from Kristina Dam Studio to those who love soft and cosy styles of decor with a minimalistic touch. This fashionable pillow will help you create an inviting feel. Select the size and shade you like the most and use the cushion on your corner sofa, favourite designer-chair or on your bed. The Contemporary cushions are intended for indoor use only. Get yourself comfortable in a split-second with these elegant danish designed cushions – you might crave more than one.
These products are stock items. If at anytime within the first 7 days of receiving your product you are unhappy with what you’ve received, return the product to us in its original package and we’ll provide you with store credit. (Refer to our returns policy).
Delivery (lead) times stated above are an estimate only. Salt Design Store delivers your orders from our own warehouse and partner warehouses. Not all of our products are available for immediate delivery and may be subject to the lead times as indicated on the product page.
Only genuine materials are selected in our production. In order to ensure longevity and durability whilst still being aesthetically beautiful and true to the KDS brands distinct look and feel. Kristina Dam Studio is on a mission to make art and interior design merge – we call it “Sculptural Minimalism”.