Handloom throw pillow covers

Handloom throw pillow covers

Explore our fair trade handloom throw pillow covers in 3 different styles:

Modern: Classic and fushion colors with contrasting piped edging

Farmhouse: Cozy with 3 coconut shell buttons

Designer: An ecelectic mix of abstract lines, strings, bold colors and buttons

Made pure
Handmade joy

We aim to bring mindfully made essentials that spark joy in your home. Ethically and responsibly made with the highest quality raw materials: the perfect addition to your sofa, chair or bed. Our 100% cotton handloomed throw pillow covers are made with skill and devotion by artisans in Sri Lanka.

Best raw materials

No cheap polyester or stiff acrylic blends. Our throw pillow covers are made from pure 100% cotton for maximum comfort and durability. The cotton yarns and dye used are independently tested by a third party (KISCO of Singapore) to meet the requirements of OEKO-TEX Standard 100 and be free of harmful chemicals. We also only use the best in industry YKK zippers. They are renowned as the most reliable zipper. There is no snagging, separating or getting stuck with the YKK zippers hidden under a flap on all our covers.

WFTO Guaranteed partner
Fair trade

Handlooming is a centuries old traditional weaving method where a wooden loom is used to weave the cotton yarns without the use of electricity. Our looming partner based in the hometown of our co-founder is a World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) Guaranteed Fair Trade Enterprise. This means it is recognized as 'mission-led; putting people and planet first'. From dying the yarn, spinning them for spools and weaving the fabric, ZENLUSSO handloom throw pillow covers are carefully handmade in small batches.

Made in Sri Lanka

ZENLUSSO's founders are both originally from Sri Lanka. Given the recent political upheaval that started in March 2022 with the country declaring bankruptancy, we decided to source products from Sri Lanka to ease the strain and provide an opportunity for employment and financial independance to those most vulnerable in rural communities.