A neutral botanical seedheads cushion 40x40cm
£45.00 – £60.00
This beautiful original art cushion was inspired by several seedheads I gathered on one of my many walks. We take nature for granted but look at the wonderful natural forms these seedheads have. It is one of my favourite botanical prints and a must have for all nature lovers. It was printed onto haverstock linen look fabric in London in neutral colours. It is available to order in other sizes and has a coordinating lampshade. The cushion pad is not included if posting outside the UK.
Product Summary of my neutral botanical seedheads cushion
- Material: Haverstock Linen Look 248gsm (other fabrics are available).
- Hand made in UK
- machine washable on wool wash
- Mix and match from a variety of colours and styles
- Perfect to add a touch of class and elegance to your lounge.
- Size 40x40cm although other sizes are available to order
- Limited edition
Jo Sharpe’s Modern Botanical Paintings and Prints
This neutral botanical seedhead art cushion’s design derives from one my contemporary botanical seedheads painting. Recently, in I have developed them into cushions and lampshade perfect for bringing the outdoors in.
These original contemporary works of art alongside my limited edition Bespoke Art Cushions look fantastic and fashionable in interiors . I have used my textile design background to create a coordinating range of home furnishings that makes your home look interior designed. I can accept special orders and colour match backgrounds to suit clients tastes. Most important is my clients satisfaction.
Queen Mary’s Woods
My neutral botanical seedheads cushion was inspired by some seedheads gathered in Queen Mary’s Woods are situated in Carshalton Beeches, in North Surrey . They are particularly beautiful in the summer because Sutton Nature Conservation Volunteers have planted many species of wild flowers and grasses. Queen Mary’s Woods have inspired several other artworks. These are for instance : Wild fauna in Queen Mary’s Woods and The deer in Queen Mary’s Woods. Why not read how I find my inspiration for my artworks in my blog ‘In many a walk.’