Bonnie and Neil | cattleya cushion | indigo

$155.00

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This 100% linen cushion by Bonnie and Neil is hand screen printed with a cattleya design in indigo, finished with cream cord piping and includes a plush feather insert. It is part of their "Marigold" collection, inspired by the diverse landscapes, colourful flora and detailed textiles of both India and Australia.

 

About Bonnie and Neil:

Bonnie and Neil is a boutique Melbourne studio founded by Bonnie Ashley and Neil Downie that creates gorgeous products using traditional screen printing techniques. They grab inspiration from such diverse sources as the mosaic tiles of historical conservatories, lush plant life and their travels. We've adored Bonnie and Neil's range for some time and are thrilled to be able to stock them. Their original designs and beautiful detail and finishing are beyond compare.

 

Product Details:

  • Size

    : 60cm x 40cm.
  • Material

    : 100% linen.
  • Care Instructions

    : Remove insert and hand wash or gentle machine wash separately with gentle laundry liquid, line dry and iron on reverse whilst slightly damp. Please do not bleach, tumble dry or dry clean.
  • Made in Melbourne.

 

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Beautiful product.
Beautifully gift 💝 wrapped.

Lovely store and really love my purchase

I’m very happy with my cushions.

Earrings for everyday or evening

Quite possibly the perfect pair of earrings! The mother of pearl picks up the colour of anything you wear. A great size if you don't want the earrings to be too much of statement, but they don't go unnoticed! They are lightweight and the keepers are secure. Highly recommend.

Simply amazing! The creative kits came beautifully packaged and the quality of the materials is just beautiful. I cannot wait to use them!