Miss De Wolf in the Conservatory Iconic Scalamandre 18 X 22 Designer Pillow with Down Feather Insert
Spectacular iconic and well-loved textile is named for the great Elsie de Wolfe, considered America’s first decorator. Elsie de Wolfe started decorating in 1905 and built an impressive career as a trusted tastemaker, surrounding herself with beauty and paving the way for generations to come. This iconic fern print from Scalamandre celebrates her love of leafy botanicals, featuring various layered ferns and romanticized roots on top of a solid ground. Her style would be best described as light, airy, comfortable, and tastefully whimsical. She rebelled against the dark, male-dominated dark and heavy aesthetic of late Victorian interiors, preferring to use tiled floors, light drapery, pale or white walls, mirrors, chinoiserie, light color combinations, and plenty of plants, all of which added to a fresh feminine touch to the interiors she designed. In fact, many felt like a garden conservatory room! A satiny petite green rope softly frames and pulls the green of this classic fern botanical. On the reverse, to continue her tradition of whimsy, is a petite beige check with miniature embroidered potted ferns. Charming!
- 100% upcycled, never used remnant fabrics sourced from a decorator
- First Side: blend
- Reverse Side: cotton
- Trim: petite rope
- Approximate Dimensions: 18" x 22"
- Closure: invisible zipper
- Down feather insert
- Indoor use only
- Handmade locally in the USA
- Dry clean only
Our mission is to create true luxury for your home with one-of-a-kind handcrafted pillows upcycled from some of the most beautiful textiles in the world. We rescue remnants, project leftovers, discontinued end-of-bolts, and unwanted samples that have never been used – before they are tossed, end up in a landfill, or worse, are incinerated. Each rescued textile is carefully selected for its own unique beauty and provenance, inspiring a one-of-a-kind and creative combination of coordinating fabrics, textures, color, and trim, respecting the tradition of the fabric, but sometimes adding the unexpected and the whimsical, for a truly unique style statement.
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