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In sizes small and large, and shapes square and rectangular. In one fabric or two. For colour and pattern, or simply just duck feather-softness.
Twice a year, we add to our collections with a new set of designs, including a handful of scatter cushions in our latest weaves and colours. You’ll find them all collected together here.
Camilla is all about contrast – in colour, in texture, in patterned fabric versus plain – with each side in a different textile. It’s piped in the more dominant of the two fabrics, so turn it to the paler or patterned side and it’s beautifully framed too.
A rectangular cushion like Delilah is always useful, whether it’s supporting your back or cushioning your head. This is also the style that we choose to showcase our prettiest prints together with neutral, fine-textured linens.
Florence is our all-rounder; together with Grace, it forms the backbone of our collection. It comes in an array of textiles (the same on both sides) with piped edges, and a choice of three sizes: large square, small square and a lumbar-supporting rectangle.
Like Florence, there are three sizes of Grace cushion (small and large squares and a rectangle), and it’s made up in the same fabric front and back. Unlike Florence, its edges are unpiped, making it our go-to for contemporary simplicity.
A limited-edition design for our autumn collection, Beatrix’s soft grey linen, stitched detail and Oxford border make it a cushion for bedrooms or relaxed living spaces.
Fringed cushion designs – one bold, one subtler – for adding texture. Created just for our autumn collection, Isabelle comes in two of our softest linens.
For next-level softness, for adding layer upon layer of inviting texture, for creating a space whose statement is all about comfort, there’s our Tussock sheepskin cushions.
A design that combines the traditional patterns of Welsh blankets with a contemporary grey and white colour palette and the cosy feel of pure British wool.