This four-layer spiral is pushing the boundaries of what a pillow can be – into the realm of sculpture! You might ask: What would one do with a spiral? … Stretch it out! Coil it up! Sleep with it, cuddle up on the couch or the floor! Build a pillow fort! Some folks like to wrap it around their body.
Corinthian Minor a smaller spiral throw pillow, but this line also includes a larger bean bag chair version, Corinthian, a bigger spiral and more structural due to its pellet stuffing that you can actually sit in.
Corinthian Minor is named after one of five major orders of classical architecture (Ionic, Doric, Corinthian, Composite, Tuscan). Corinthian is one of the latest and elaborate orders of classical architecture, known for its intricately carved capital embellished with acanthus leaves.
- 20" x 20" (when condensed)
- 4" diameter coil x 240" long (when stretched out)
- Weight: 7LB
- Marbled in the Turkish Ebru tradition on 9.2oz cotton canvas
- invisible zippers
- Loose Polyfil Stuffing. No separate insert liner but can unzip and take stuffing out to wash cover
- Hand dyed and screen-printed tags
- Made one at a time, start to finish in New York’s Hudson Valley
Photo by Alon Koppel Photography, IG @alonkoppelphotography alonkoppel.com/