Willow & Beech Collection - Ivy Floor Cushions
Willow & Beech Collection - Ivy Floor Cushions

Willow & Beech Collection - Ivy Floor Cushions

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This listing is for our Ivy Floor Cushions. These are available in a soft white with gold sequins & natural shade with gold sequins. These beauties measure a generous 70x70 cm

This gorgeous earthy inspired collection has been designed especially by us to add a bit of that Willow & Beech personal touch to your home.

We have combined our favourite bohemian, coastal, and tribal elements and come up with these beautiful, organic, 100% cotton linen throws and cushions.

The Ivy Range was heavily inspired by beautiful morrocan wedding blankets with our own Willow & Beech twist. Beautiful mandala tufting and quality brass sequins, all entirely handmade, with each sequins individually stitched by talented artisans.

We have kept within our neutral signature palette and have made this range in Natural & Soft White Throws, Natural & Soft White Floor Cushions and Natural & Stark White Throw Cushions.

Also available our Matching Ivy throw measuring a generous 160x200cm and comes with tassels on all four sides, giving that extra textural luxe touch. This size makes them perfect for a Queen or King Bed! The Ivy throws are available in Soft white & Natural.

Also available are our Ivy throw cushions in natural & Stark white measuring 40x40cm - Please see other listings

Please note this listing is for our Natural & Soft white Floor Cushion only, the soft white is not a bleached product therefore is not a stark white. Variations are to be treated as property of handmade.


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