The Willow Cushion Cover adds comfort and on-trend design to any living space. Featuring a textured design of poms in a diamond pattern, the Willow Cushion Cover not only looks great, it feels great!
The versatile and neutral colours of the cushion means it will incorporate easily into any existing colour scheme and décor. The pop of black draws the eye and offsets the beige and white.
The cushion cover is durable and is made to stand everyday use. The 45cm x 45cm sizing is a standard size which means it is super easy to source a plush cushion insert.
A room isn’t complete without accent cushions and a rug, so partner with the Willow Floor Rugs to tie a room together. Shop our Willow Cushion Cover now!
|Made from||Cotton & polyester|
|Assembled dimensions||45cm x 45cm wide|
|Carton dimensions||1kg - 23cm x 22cm x 4cm|
The Willow Cushion does not come with an insert, it is a cushion cover only.
The white parts contain flecks of colours through the fabric as they are made from recycled cotton.
Each cushion is handmade and as a result each piece is unique, and may differ slightly from the images shown.
|Care instructions||Dry-clean only|
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Love the textured look. Look great as one of three cushions on the bed.I was furnishing a flat and needed some items to finish it off. A friend recommended Mocka to me. I found what I needed online, placed the order and it all arrived in a timely manner.
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