Sien + Co

Black Stripe Woven Pillow

$280.00

A happy marriage of Sien + Co designer Alexandra Gibson’s minimalist design aesthetic and the time-honored craftsmanship of Argentinean weavers, this black-and-white pillow (the pattern looks especially nice mixed and matched with solid pieces like the Thick and Thin pillow is done in a neutral organic wool. Even more reason to love this piece? The Independent artisans are paid a fair wage for their work, which is usually done on looms in their own backyards. All of the pigments are derived from local plants and natural resources while the organic wool is sourced from local sheep and alpacas. Looks familiar? You saw it in the goop office tour

  • 100% organic highland sheep wool
  • 22" square

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A happy marriage of Sien + Co designer Alexandra Gibson’s minimalist design aesthetic and the time-honored craftsmanship of Argentinean weavers, this black-and-white pillow (the pattern looks especially nice mixed and matched with solid pieces like the Thick and Thin pillow is done in a neutral organic wool. Even more reason to love this piece? The Independent artisans are paid a fair wage for their work, which is usually done on looms in their own backyards. All of the pigments are derived from local plants and natural resources while the organic wool is sourced from local sheep and alpacas. Looks familiar? You saw it in the goop office tour

  • 100% organic highland sheep wool
  • 22" square

About the Brand

Working closely with independent Peruvian and Argentinian artisans to find the best textiles (organic Pima cotton, sheep and alpaca wool handwoven on looms in their own backyards), Alexandra Gibson launched Sien + Co in 2016 with a range of ethically sourced, handcrafted knits and sustainable home decor. We particularly love the giant, handwoven decorative pillows, chunky throws, and natural rugs made with earthy un-dyed pigments derived from local plants and natural resources. The best part is, the pieces are not just luxe, they're socially conscious, too: the artisans are all paid a fair wage for their work.