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Mudcloth Pillows

Bògòlanfini, a word from the Bambara language, translates literally to a composite of the words “earth” or “mud,” and “cloth.” Mudcloth is a tradition with rich cultural roots in West Africa, specifically the country Mali. The term refers to both the practice of dyeing cotton fabric with fermented mud native to the area as well as the distinct patterns produced. Our mudcloth pillows boast a range of West-African-inspired graphics in black and white designs. Easily add pattern to neutral living rooms and bedrooms by tossing few mudcloth pillows on the sofa, armchair or made-up bed. For a cozy decoration in an unexpected place, arrange a couple pillows with inverted colors along a wide windowsill.


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