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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 and a neat line of piping around the outside.
Just like Camilla, these cushions have a different fabric on the front and back, so you can have fun playing with colour and texture. Unlike Camilla, they don’t have piping – it’s a simpler look.
Small square cushions with piped edges and the same fabric front and back – the scatters in this collection are an essential on any and every sofa.
These unpiped cushions are an opportunity to experiment with texture and pattern, be it velvet, printed linen or a British-woven woollen textile. Choose from squares and rectangles, big and small.
With their Oxford borders made up in soft and supple Belgian linens, these cushions will bring a relaxed and summery feel wherever and whenever they’re used.
Like Beatrix, our Isabelle cushions are sewn from laidback Belgian linen. We’ve swapped the Oxford border for fringe though, and introduced an extra-long bolster alongside the square designs.
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.