Fram Oslo Norwegian Bunad Pillow Cushion

the Beltestakk Pillow Cushion IN 100% PURE NEW WOOL

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The Beltestakk Bunad Pillow Cushion by Fram Oslo in 100% Pure New Wool

A lovely pillow cushion for any home.

 

Design by Andreas Engesvik

 

The Beltestakk Bunad Pillow Cushion is inspired by the Beltestakk bunad from the Øst-Telemark region of Norway.  

 

The Bunad Pillow Cushion draws its inspiration from Norwegian traditional folk costumes (bunad), and each pattern relates directly to the colorways of the corresponding costume. This wealth of traditional color and pattern has been interpreted into a contemporary, classic, pillow cushion steeped in heritage.

 

 

Material: 100% Pure New Wool

Sizes : 58 cm x 38 cm or 22.8" x 14.2"

Imported : Made in Norway

 

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Additional images, information on care, and information on designer Andreas Engesvik below.

$199.95

  • 2 lb
  • Available
  • Ships within 1-4 days1


 

Special Care Instructions

 


The Bunad blanket is woven using a very special technique that also makes the Bunad Blanket very delicate, just like the real Bunad. Special care should be taken to avoid contact with any objects that may cause damage to the product, such as rings, bracelets, buckles etc. 

 

If a thread from a blanket becomes loose, either pull the thread out or carefully cut it off. The woven blanket will not unravel from this. 

 

 

Dry Clean Only

 

About the Bunad Blanket

 

 

The Norwegian Bunad is one of the most visible and known traditions in Norwegian cultural heritage. Bunad is a name used for Norwegian traditional clothing and folk costumes. Each Bunad Blanket relates directly to the colors of a corresponding Bunad. 

 

About the Designer

 

The original Bunad Blanket is designed by award winning Norwegian designer, Andreas Engesvik. 

 

The idea for the Bunad Blanket came about one Christmas Eve some years ago.

 

Andreas Engesvik was surrounded by family wearing Bunads from Setesdal.

 

The abundance of colors, stripes and details were overwhelming and Andreas Engesvik realized that Bunads can be experienced as colors composed on surface. The Bunad Blanket introduces this rich tradition into our daily environments and interiors.

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