50cm Cotton Satin Cushion Longifolia
Heirloom Fibrecraft ‘Eucalyptus Art’ extracts natural dyes and embossing from Australian native flora which is then applied into digital art composition.
The Longifolia design is ink printed onto 100% cotton satin fabric in water based inks. Cotton satin is a beautiful, soft textile with a durable character and the design is printed on both sides which allows the cushion detail to be visible at all angles. The colour of the leaves are gold and brown. Each of the newly released cushion designs by Heirloom Fibrecraft are well suited to mix-and-match styling.
Includes a quality full feather insert (hidden zipper access). Cushion inserts are produced in Australia using cruelty free, post consumer, full feathers.
Printed with an Australian supplier who is accredited with Sustainable Green Printing. The fabric offers the AS1530.3 fire retardancy standard.
- Size - 50cm x 50cm
- Weight – 700g
- Gentle Machine wash (full instructions provided)
- Country of Manufacture: Australia
- Warranty – In the unlikely event of faulty manufacturing, the purchaser must declare a fault within 7days of receiving the order. Images must be supplied with a description for review. The item will be replaced in the event of faulty manufacturing. Textiles are not covered by any further warranty.
Heirloom Fibrecraft is a textile art label that is synonymous with the Australian landscape. Designer, Kim Shipton, integrates biophilic design principles and natural fibres to create sensory indoor/outdoor soft furnishings and keepsake fashion accessories.
Kim applies mixed craft techniques which include native botanical dyeing to digital art composition which are newly applied to commercial print production of decorative accessories, upholstery textiles and wallpapers.
Heirloom Fibrecraft blends textile art with science and design. A deeper product aesthetic is the alchemical record of native plant morphology, captured by our signature palette of local Eucalyptus colour and leaf motifs of assorted genus. Minute imperfections in foliage shapes and the natural embossing of seedpods reveal an authentic representation of the natural world.