Luxurious, opulent and sustainable, this digitally printed linen cushion shows that eco friendly doesn’t have to mean grey hemp…
A cacophony of palms and banana leaves explodes into the perfect habit for tropical marine life, hiding a cuttlefish, jellyfish, small crab and even a tiny frog! The Cornucopia design in Rose, with a bold clash of turquoise and red on a bright pink background, was inspired by the shoreline in Malaysia, where sea and land meet.
Stuffed with a luxurious ethically sourced duck feather filler, this cushion is made from digitally printed soft linen fabric with plush contrasting piping in a bold golden yellow. All hand-made in the UK, using only sustainable materials, so your know it’s as beautiful inside as it is out and is the perfect cushion for adding a touch of exotic glamour to your favourite seating spot in the house.
45 × 45 × 15 cm
Wash at 30 with similar colours
Leila Vibert-Stokes knew she couldn’t be the only one looking for bold, elegant and fun homewares that didn’t compromise her ethics. Unable to find any sustainable products that fit her more is more aesthetic, she set about creating them herself.
Her first collection is inspired by otherworldly tropical habitats – from deep within the rainforest and sun-drenched island shorelines to the worlds that lie just beneath the surface of the ocean. Leila Vibert-Stokes hand designs each print, showcasing her unique process of mixing hand painting, photography and digital craft.
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Leila Vibert-Stokes creates magical sustainable textiles & gifts for maximalists and eternal optimists.
Born out of frustration at the lack of homewares that are bold as well as eco-friendly, they bridge the gap between joyful maximalism and sustainability. Because caring about the environment doesn’t have to mean grey hemp.
Their first collection is inspired by the otherworldly inhabitants of rainforests, with each print full of bright, colourful and surreal tropical scenes. And by only using sustainable materials (some cutting edge, some as old as time) you know each pieces is as beautiful inside as out.
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