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Knots Studio Adds a Soft Playful Twist to Cushions + Stools

06.25.21 | By
Knots Studio Adds a Soft Playful Twist to Cushions + Stools
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Tel Aviv-based Knots Studio landed on our radar back in 2016 and now we’ve added their playful designs to the Design Milk Shop! Founded in 2013 by Neta Tesler, a graduate of the Textile Department at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, who was inspired by nautical aesthetics. After much experimentation, Tesler found a tying technique that led to her first collection of products. Now, Knots Studio crafts an array of floor cushions, decorative pillows, stools and benches, each woven or knotted using a stiff-foam filling and durable textiles. The wooden parts on the stools and cushion rings are handmade to complete the designs. It’s impossible to choose favorites, as there are 119 products available, but we narrowed down a handful we’d love to take home!

Knotted floor cushion

>>> Large Black & White Cotton Knot Floor Cushion

pink knot floor cushion in nursery

>>> Large Pink Rose Vegan Suede Knot Floor Cushion

blue velvet knot floor cushion

>>> Medium Royal Blue Velvet Knot Floor Cushion

knot floor pillows

>>> (Top) Mustard Cotton Knot Pillow
>>> (Middle) Medium Earth Red Vegan Suede Knot Floor Cushion
>>> (Bottom) Large Camel Vegan Suede Knot Floor Cushion

grey and white stripe knot pillow

>>> Grey & White Cotton Knot Pillow

pink knot pillow

>>> Pink Rose Vegan Suede Knot Pillow

yellow knot stool

>>> Mustard Cotton Knot Stool

black and white stripe knot stool

>>> Black & White Cotton Stripe Knot Stool

black velvet knot stool

>>> Black Velvet Knot Bar Stool

velvet woven bench

>>> Plum Velvet Double Seat Woven Bench

green velvet woven stool

>>> Olive Green Velvet Woven Stool

>>> To check out the Knots Studio collection, visit the Design Milk Shop here! <<<

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.