Carley Kahn plays "Marbles" this season with new eco pillows

Retail Editor 4, September 16, 2013

Portland, Ore. - Eco-friendly designer of fashion upholstery fabrics, pillows and scarves Carley Kahn is bringing the outside indoors with its new collection of looks this season.

The line of organic, nature-inspired cushions, all of them made domestically, is dubbed Marble and "celebrates subdued color palettes," the company explained.

Marble's five available designs and four colorways - digitally printed using water-based inks on organic cotton and linen - were inspired by "the texture and movement found within parquet and marble flooring," the company added.

Offered in two sizes - 12 by 20 inches and 20-inch squares - the cushions are set to retail for $100 and $125, respectively. Upholstery fabric from the line is available for $135 per yard.

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