Couches & Sofas by Knots Studio By Neta Tesler seen at Private Residence, Los Angeles - Jungle pattern knot floor cushion
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Item Jungle pattern knot floor cushion
As seen in Private Residence, Los Angeles, CA

Jungle pattern knot floor cushion

Sofas & Couches by Knots Studio By Neta Tesler, as seen in Private Residence, Los Angeles, CA

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Item Details
Size: 80X80 cm / 31.5X31.5 inch
Height: 35 cm / 14 inch

Materials: Beech wood, stiff foam filling, upholstery materials, strong durable fabric

Meet the Creator

Knots Studio By Neta Tesler

Knots Studio By Neta Tesler

Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

Knots studio was established in 2013 by Neta Tesler, a graduate of the Textile Department at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. In her senior year, Neta was inspired by the aesthetics of the nautical world. She researched and experimented with different materials and found a special tying technique, which she used to design her first line of products.

After graduation, Neta continued developing her studio, which now sells home decor products to various distributors around the world. Knots Studio specializes in home decor products like sitting cushions, decorative cushions and stools. All products utilize a unique tying technique which makes these pieces beautiful and functional. The cushions are made of a stiff-foam filling and upholstery materials that makes the pieces strong and durable. The wooden stools and rings are handmade by our wonderful wood turner.

Our studio is located in Tel aviv, along the Mediterranean shore and correspond with the aesthetics of the sea and the city lifestyle. Our artistic direction is influenced by functionality and creativity, as our goal is to create spaces that incorporate functional design and art.Our customers say that our pieces generates interesting living room conversations, as they add that extra pop of color and texture.

Available for commission/custom work

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