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Flax & Fleece Company

English Sheepskin Long Wool Beanie Pod - Made to order.

£475.00

Flax & Fleece Company

English Sheepskin Long Wool Beanie Pod - Made to order.

£475.00

Our Long Wool Bean Bag is the most luxurious as well as making for a true interior statement. This range is a celebration of the innate characteristics of wool in its purest form - preserving the natural curl and growth of each sheepskin. The pile length can vary between 60-70 mm, depending on the natural growth of the fleece. Plush and silky to touch, these skins are ideal for spaces needing texture, warmth, or an extra layer of interest.


Size
H 25cm x D 85cm approx. 

Construction
- 100% British long wool sheepskin upper
- 100% cotton base
- Eco-friendly wool & wool off cut fill

At Flax & Fleece we love the idea an open-plan way of living. Doing away with static furniture systems - making the use of easily movable furniture pieces. Snuggle into the softness of sheepskin and feel your worries fall away.
We choose ethically sourced sheepskin and take enormous care to avoid the use of harsh chemicals, keeping our sheepskin as safe and natural as possible. We are continually improving our production methods to save energy, decrease waste and reduce our environmental impact.

Large beanbags range from £475 plus (p&p) depending on choice of fleece
(approx H 25 cm x W 85 cm)  Made to order only. 

To discuss and purchase please contact Colette +44 (0)7968 310083. 

Care Details

Avoid exposure to sunlight as UV can damage the natural fibres and may fade or discolour your sheepskin. Regular vacuuming is the kindest thing you can do for your sheepskin. A plain suction vacuum (no rolling brush!) will prevent backup of dirt thus maintaining the glossy feel of the wool fibres. Small spills can be gently blotted up with a clean towel and sponged off with a damp cloth. Do not store in damp or wet conditions as the natural leather pelt may deteriorate. Never move or lift your sheepskin by the fibres alone, hold onto the pelt too.