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Cabana Denim Pillow

  • About Cabana, the pattern Tropical light through matchstick blinds. Bamboo in breeze-sway. Color, shadows, and the sunlight in between.

    Reimagined for the present from a Japanese textile purchased in the 1930s by our second-generation owners, Remy Sr. & Lucile Chatain. The original was a metallic gold foil print, executed on the most delicate of rice papers. Tucked away in a small folder of travel ephemera for almost one hundred years – we felt it was time for this textural treat to see the light of day.

    About Cabana, the pillow All of the pillows in our Denim collection are made to order in Los Angeles, California. The fabrics are printed in small batches by hand by our partners at a family-owned facility on the finest (and softest) American Cotton Denim, and your pillows will be cut and sewn to order just a mile down the road from there by another family-owned workshop. We've been working with both of these partners for over a decade because they're simply the best at what they do.

about CABANA: (Or, when a souvenir from a 1930's trip to Japan winds its way to a suburban Los Angeles garage in 2017.)

Perfectly imperfect, the striations in Cabana run both horizontally and vertically in a subtle, hand-drawn rhythm. The combination of softness and geometry means that Cabana is an amazing counterpart to larger, bolder patterns (we love it with Martinique® for the way it picks up the veins in the banana leaves).

To say we were overjoyed when we discovered this beautiful piece of history in a small stack of mementos from second generation CW Stockwell owners Lucile and Remy L. Chatain,Sr.'s 1930's vacation to Kobe, Japan - that would be the understatement, of...well, the century.