After a career working at such design mainstays as Martha Stewart, BDDW, and Dakota Jackson, product and textile designer Sarah Unruh has recently branched out on her own with Cosmos. The inaugural collection of her new firm? A lustrous line of pillows made from antique damask linens, that Sarah collects from all over the world. The pillows are hand-dyed, constructed, and sewn in Brooklyn, New York.
It’s a promising start.
Each pillow has a dye lot identification label that can be referenced for orders of the same color, and custom dye-lots can be created on orders over six pieces.Looking for more original accent pillows? See:
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