The Product: Red patterned red cushions in ‘Betel Nut’ Iznik hand-printed linen
These red patterned cushions, available in two sizes, add an eclectic note to armchairs, side chairs, sofas, beds, and upholstered, bench seats. Scroll the pics above or click here for other colourways illustrating the finished cushions.
This chic, linen print was designed by Rapture & Wright and inspired by a fragment of decorative glazed pottery from 14th-century Syria. The pattern is hand-printed onto soft, bleached linen. Cushions are piped in coordinating, plain, ‘String’ linen.
How to style these red patterned cushions?
Firstly, decorative, rectangular cushions work well on plain-upholstered occasional or accent chairs. They provide pattern and colour. They are also great for lumbar support. Check the available space to ensure the cushion fits comfortably across the back of your seat. High-backed, wing chairs or capacious, modern side chairs are good candidates.
Secondly, combine square cushions with others in toning or contrasting plain and patterned fabrics. This will add textural contrast and help create a relaxed, informal look. I can imagine this design dressing a simple, elegant, loose-covered sofa such as the ‘Jackson’ from Arlo & Jacob…
Top tip! Never feel you have to dress your sofa with supplementary scatter cushions that match the upholstery fabric alone. These are usually optional add-ons when buying a new, fixed-back sofa. You can achieve an eclectic, original look by creating your own ‘cast of cushions.’ Assemble a variety of styles from different fabric houses in complementary or contrasting hues.
N.B. See other colourways for cushion images. The square cushion measures 50cm x 50cm. The rectangular cushion measures 30cm x 50cm. Cushions come with co-ordinating, plain piping, a feather pad, and a concealed zip. Dry clean only.
**PLEASE NOTE THIS PRODUCT IS MADE TO ORDER**
Please allow 10 working days from placing your order for hand-printing and making up prior to despatch. Normal delivery windows will apply thereafter.