Created by the Asante people who resided in the West African regions, what is now Ghana and Côte d’lvoire, the adinkra symbols were to express the virtues of the Ghanaian culture through figurative language. This floor cushion features the “abode santann” which means the “all seeing eye.” The Akan people believed this symbol served as a reminder of God’s ever-present watchfulness and protection over their homes and community.
The wool used is up-cycled from textile waste and/or plastic waste diverted from landfills.
Our floor cushions are all tufted and sewn by hand, in-house and filled with hypoallergenic synthetic down and poly blend inserts. The cover is not removable. Please see the care instructions below.
Abode Santaan Floor Cushion
Spot-treat stains with gentle soap and water and lay flat to dry. Do not machine wash or iron.
This is a made-to-order item and will ship after 7 business days.