Botanical Print Coreopsis | Organic Eri Silk Pillow Covers

$ 20.00 $ 50.00
Color: NEW Coreopsis Dyed Solid Color 1 Pillow Cover

Discover the lustrous beauty of our hand-woven silk pillow covers, crafted from ethical Eri silk. Sourced from the wild and harvested only once the moths have emerged; this "peace silk" is the epitome of sustainable luxury. With its natural sheen and unique knobby texture, this medium-weight fabric brings a touch of earthy luxury to any room. 

Slow-crafted colors, created with care and attention to detail. Infused with nature's finest botanical elements, coreopsis flowers make a soft coral base hue. Botanical prints of orange, yellow, and hints of blue-green are sprinkled throughout—flower markings are crafted from coreopsis, marigold petals, red rose petals, and chrysanthemum flowers.

Elevate your decor with these unique, eco-friendly designs that bring the beauty of the outdoors into your home.

Approx. Pillow Cover Size | 18.5 x 19.5 inches. Pillow covers are hand-sewn by our team of artisans; slight variations in sizing are possible. The zipper closure is a light gray color. 

Pillow Covers do not include a pillow insert. Pillow inserts need to be purchased separately. The pillows pictured use a West Elm 20 x 20-inch pillow insert. Inserts must be purchased separately.

Pillow covers come folded in a silk organza bag. Perfect for gifting. They will require light ironing to remove creases. 

DISCOUNTED - NEW COLOR  | A soft golden-yellow base hue with yellow and burnt orange botanical markings. 

Each piece is crafted in the same manner, but individual markings and patterns make every pillow cover a one-of-a-kind work of art. Markings can vary slightly from what is pictured. Botanical markings dominate on one side, and a lighter reflection is visible on the reverse side.

CARE | Hand wash, spot clean, or naturally dry clean. Use only pH-neutral soap, such as Seventh Generation or other natural laundry soaps. NATURAL DYES ARE LIVING COLOR and pH SENSITIVE. Drastic changes in pH may alter natural dye colors. Lay flat or hang to dry. Iron on medium heat. Natural dyes are magical, but their colors can fade over time with direct sunlight. Limit sun exposure and embrace the subtle shifts in color over time.