Friday, 13 September 2013

If I Were A Rich (Wo)Man: Luxury Cushions

Park your posterior on these pricey cushions


Have you noticed how cushions are getting more and more expensive? I definitely have. I've wanted to buy a few recently but every time I see a cushion I like, I check the price tag and it's an extortionate price.

Yet, I'm still drawn to them. So this week's If I Were A Rich (Wo)Man Wishlist is made up of expensive cushions.


The Owl Cushion


Twin Owls Cushion by Kristjana S Williams - Rume
Twin Owls Cushion by Kristjana S Williams - Rume

There's something strange about these owls, they've suddenly sprouted horns. I love the surreal aspect of the Twin Owls Cushion by Kristjana S Williams from Rume. It's got a woodland theme, which is very on-trend at the moment. The blues and purples make it stand out from the usual greens and browns.

It's a pricey £125!


The Marmite Cushion


Upcycled Marmite Cushion - Little Mill House
Upcycled Marmite Cushion - Little Mill House

Love it or hate it. I love the Upcycled Marmite Cushion from Little Mill House. It's a retro take on the iconic Marmite jar. The red background makes it pop.

£45


The Willow Pattern Cushion


Willow Pattern Cushion - Jan Constantine
Willow Pattern Cushion - Jan Constantine

The Willow Pattern Cushion from Jan Constantine features a classic Oriental pattern. Jan Constantine is an expert stitcher, so the cushion is beautifully hand-embroidered.

It's a cool £120.


The Pug Cushion


Pug Cushion - Fenella Smith
Pug Cushion - Fenella Smith

As dogs go, I prefer larger breeds. But this Pug Cushion from Fenella Smith caught my attention. I think it's the expression of the Pug with the monocle. The cushion's got three pugs on the front and a repeat pug pattern on the back and it's made from 100% Scottish linen.

£40


That's all for this week. Come back next Friday for another wishlist.

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