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Weekend Blanket | Linens & Bedding by OBJECT-MATTER / O-M ceramics
Weekend Blanket | Linens & Bedding by OBJECT-MATTER / O-M ceramics
Weekend Blanket | Linens & Bedding by OBJECT-MATTER / O-M ceramics
Weekend Blanket | Linens & Bedding by OBJECT-MATTER / O-M ceramics
Weekend Blanket | Linens & Bedding by OBJECT-MATTER / O-M ceramics
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Weekend Blanket | Linens & Bedding by OBJECT-MATTER / O-M ceramics

Created and Sold by OBJECT-MATTER / O-M ceramics

OBJECT-MATTER / O-M ceramics

Weekend Blanket - Linens & Bedding

Price $80 - Sale 49% off

Price $156 Original Retail

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Handmade

Woman Owned

Made To Order

The project shows the curiosity of materials, shapes and interaction. Inspired by garden nearby that I spent some weekends there in Los Angeles, California. Our weekend woven blanket is big enough to wrap yourself and stay cozy; or lounging under the sun to relax.
Size: around 58" x 60"
Made by Cotton.
Made in America.
Cold machine wash and low on heat for drying.
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Item Weekend Blanket
As seen in Creator's Studio, Los Angeles, CA
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Wescover creator since 2019
Handmade Ceramics and Design Studio by Carrie Lau

O-M is a Los Angeles based ceramic and design studio focused on contemporary and playful design, created by Carrie Lau. Carrie is a multitalented artist; illustrator, art director, and ceramicist. Her work is distinguished by their modern and curvilinear form, as well as their playful movement and naturalistic tension.
She has taken it a step further to use the process of making to bring her into a mindful state. From ceramics to paintings, home textiles to art objects, the works show her curiosity of materials, shapes, colors, and interaction.