Against a deep navy backdrop, a pair of poisonous adders sit entwined at the centre of our Wembury print, which takes its name from the beach where they can be found in rock pools after meandering down from the floral fields and wild cliffs above. They rest on the leaves of the wild strawberry plant and are surrounded by its flowers and fruits, blooming and ripening under the rays of the late summer sun.
On the reverse, our Relubbus print sees a kaleidoscope of peacock butterflies float among the foliage, flowers and fruits of wild strawberry plants as they bloom through the late summer months. Distinctive and delicate, each butterfly gently jumps from flower to flower in search of the sweet nectar they offer.
Each of our cushions begins life as a hand-drawn design which is digitally coloured before being printed onto silk. Once they are sewn and finished with contrast piping, we fill the covers with plush feather pads that have been specially selected for their ability to stay fuller for longer.
With their decorative designs and luxurious silk fabric, our cushions are equally at home adding a pop of colour to a bedspread as they are bringing a colour scheme together in a living space.