In an exciting play of velvet, cotton and linen, Urban Nature Culture’s Boro Cushion demonstrates an ancient old, Japanese technique of patchwork. It celebrates the beauty in something that’s expired, repaired or frayed. To simple fisherman and farmers, fabrics were expensive and scarce, and that’s why they stitched multiple layers on top of each other. The result of those layers, carrying a frayed, coarse texture, is called boro, a technique that is shown in the mix of materials of this cushion. Adding all shades of green to your home, garden or terrace, it invites you to be one with nature. The filling is made of re-used Poly Fiber.