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Item No. 100474933
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Pepitas Throw Pillow by Alexander Girard

C$ 285.00
4.4 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 100474933
New Arrival

Pepitas Throw Pillow by Alexander Girard

C$ 285.00
Taupe and Yellow Light
Yellow and Dark Grey
In Stock
  • Original Alexander Girard textile design.
  • Plush feather and down filling.
  • 17" H 17" W 5" D
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by Alexander Girard for Maharam
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Pepitas Throw Pillow by Alexander Girard
C$ 285.00
Details

Details

The refreshing, lively Pepitas Pillow is made from a fabric designed by Alexander Girard in 1952, during his tenure as the founding director of Herman Miller’s textile division. Its crisp, simple geometric, inspired by pumpkin seeds, is defined by the kind of distinctive color combinations Girard was known for. The feather-and-down insert offers inviting softness and comfort, while the fabric brings a graphic point of view to a sofa, chair, or bed. Made in U.S.A.
  • Original Alexander Girard textile design.
  • Plush feather and down filling.
  • Made with recycled polyester and solution-dyed nylon for sustainability and durability.
Brand
Maharam
General Dimensions
  • 17" H 17" W 5" D
Product Weight
2 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

11" x 21"

  • Height (in): 11
  • Width (in): 21
  • Depth (in): 5
  • Weight (lbs): 2

17" x 17"

  • Height (in): 17
  • Width (in): 17
  • Depth (in): 5
  • Weight (lbs): 2
Alexander Girard

Alexander Girard

During his career, Alexander Girard energized the furniture designs of Herman Miller with a new, vibrant color palette and an oeuvre of folk-inspired textiles. He was the first modern designer to define textiles as being more than just functional and to further emphasize form through the application of color and pattern.

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