- Adjustable Length, can be easily turned to different positions to fit your space/purpose;
- Great angle for back resting, recommended by physiotherapists for ease back pains;
- 100% Natural organic kapok fibre filled, which is firm and supportive while providing hours comfort;
- Lightweight (only less than 8kgs) and easy to store away or carrying around;
Dimension (LxWxH in CMs):
When folded: approx. 60cm x 45cm x 55cm
Full extended: approx. 180cm long and 55cm wide
Fabric: Durable extra-thick Cotton Blend (with 90% Cotton + 10% Polyester)
Stuffing: 100% Organic Kapok Fibre
Weight: Approx. 7kg
About Thai Triangle Pillows
Thai pillows have been used for centuries in Thailand. It represents in many forms while the triangular shape is the most popular compose with the excellent benefit to rest your head and back.
Thai Triangle Pillow is called Mon Sam Lieung (Triangle Pillow) or Mon Thai (Thai Pillow), which is seen extensively throughout Thailand's culture. It can be used as a low seating at the dinner table, to a full-size daybed or simply an add-on to the tranquility of your home.
-It’s beautiful, comfortable and easy to store
What makes our Thai Pillows so special
Our pillows and mats are filled with 100% organic kapok, which contains no chemicals or pesticides are used in their design or manufacture.
Kapok fibres texture is soft and smooth to touch, providing a supportive yet fluffy feel. It has a unique quality similar to high quality down with none of the allergens.
The triangle pillow's tubular fabric construction gives firm support and ensures that the cushion will last for many years. Each decorative fabric tube is purely handmade and stuffed separately to give even support throughout the triangle pillow and mattress.
As experienced importer specialising in traditional Thai handicrafts, we believe in quality and genuineness. Our triangle pillows are guaranteed 100% handmade and stuffed with pure kapok (no component of artificial fibres).
Disclaimer: As all handmade, size and weight may vary slightly, this minor discrepancy should be seen as added character and not as a fault.