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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.
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 square-shaped cushion with stitched seam detailing that adds a little extra texture. Beatrice is a pared-back style that goes hand in hand with linen, so we chose to make it in our laidback washed linen, Imogen.