This black and cream cushion is part of the just pattern range of cushions rugs and blankets for those who want the Yililo look without the colour.
This squiggle cushion is made from a soft faux suede material that is genuinely as soft as the real thing. The pattern is bold and confident and will look stunning paired with a chunky cream or black throw or settled against a cream oversize coach. A boho or Nordic home will suit this perfectly.
For colour lovers pair this with a coloured or patterned cushion for a great contrast.
The cushion is super soft and plump and has removable and washable covers.
Each cushion is made to order in the U.K using the most state of the art printing technique that gives ultra high definition bright and clear print detail.
Available in sizes from 30 to a massive 60cms (over half a metre!)
If you love this ourjust pattern collectionwill definitely be for you - shop the neutral look for co-ordinating pieces..
WORLDWIDE EXCLUSIVE DESIGN
Custom made to order - Handmade cushion
Cushion Material - Faux Suede
Backing Colour: Double sided
Shape: Square Care
Instructions: Machine wash 30C, tumble and iron on low heat
Design: Black and Cream Neutral - Custom Exclusive Design
This item is produced locally in the same country as most of our customer base. This reduces carbon emissions -
By manufacturing in the U.K. we reduce both transportation distances and carbon emissions.
Less waste and resource use, this is not fast homeware. -
We have made a committed to making quality items that last years. We only print very small batches on demand, avoiding excess production ending up in a landfill.
Responsibly-sourced, sustainable products -
All products are produced in accordance with international and national product safety regulations, and all paper products are printed on FSC certified paper. FSC is a sustainable forest management certification that assures traceability and responsible sourcing of the paper.
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