Moonlight Meadow Blue on Velvet Cushion (60 x 60 cm)

Moonlight Meadow Blue on Velvet Cushion (60 x 60 cm)

This bold velvet cushion can be used as a throw or a floor cushion - the ultimate in luxury and softness!


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1 x Moonlight Meadow Blue on Velvet Cushion (60 x 60 cm)   +€0.00

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Product Specifications


Blue and white.

60 cm x 60 cm (24” x 24”)



15% Silk 85% Rayon.

Plush, soft.

Invisible zipper, small, textile logo label at bottom right, care instructions label located on the inside of the cushion cover, reverse of the cushion is a black linen.


Dry clean and iron on a low setting.

Please note: insert not included.


Here, ‘Moonlight Meadow Blue’, a loosely, gesturally-painted floral print, is applied to a soft, supple velvet fabric. Ironically, the enlarged canvas texture of the print evokes a completely different sensory experience than the plush surface of the material it’s printed on. We love that!

On this luxurious fabric, ‘Moonlight Meadow Blue’ is a feast for the eyes and the fingers. We like to combine these cuddly-soft cushions with rougher, tougher materials like wood, concrete, cast iron, matte-shiny metals, brick and stone. Candlelight and champagne make good accompaniments as well!

This two-tone, blue and white cushion is great for pattern matching, and can be paired beautifully with its 60 cm x 40 cm counterpart.

‘Moonlight Meadow Blue’ is also available as fabric by the meter. It can be used to make curtains, cushions, scarves and clothing items.

Our velvet is a blend of 15% silk and 85% rayon, and is (at 220 g/m2) lighter weight and more supple than many velvets. It can be dry cleaned and ironed at a medium temperature. For more information, please see the Product Specifications at right.

For further insight into the (thought) process behind the original design ‘Moonlight Meadow Blue’, please see Ellie’s full description here.

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