Bring a cool Hamptons holiday vibe to your home with the Bateau Paddle Print Silk Twill and Faux Leather Cushion by Bivain.
This stylish cushion, inspired by Long Island living, features Art Deco-influenced graphic lines made up of a collection of beautifully-designed wooden paddle illustrations in palette of nautical colours.
The Bateau Silk twill Cushion is sure to bring a touch of beach house glamour to your space. Available in 2 sizes, a regular cushion which would look great with coordinating designs as scatter cushions on your bed or in your favourite armchair. Or go for the larger size which is perfect as a floor cushion.
Made from silk twill front and tan faux leather back, complete with feather pad.
This beautiful designer cushion adds a touch of maritime beauty to your home.
Choose from a grey or white version (see separate listing).
Composition: Silk twill front with cotton lining, faux leather back with stitch detail
Dimensions: 16” x 16”/ 25" x 25" (approx 40cm x 40cm/ 63cm x63cm)
Digitally printed front
Includes feather pad
Discreet zip closure
Colours may vary slightly due to batch printing
Dry clean only
Founded in 2016 by Megha Lohia and Rachel Fong, BIVAIN is a contemporary home decor and accessories brand offering objects of desire with an edge. The Central Saint Martins-trained designers worked for brands including Agent Provocateur and Zac Posen prior to launching BIVAIN; and with an appetite for the bold and the whimsical, they set out to create a lifestyle brand with serious sex appeal!
Based in London, BIVAIN draws inspiration from the sensory experiences of international wanderlust. The collections are exclusively produced by highly-skilled craftspeople using the finest materials.
BIVAIN - derived from the words ‘to be vain’- celebrates pride in one's unique sense of self, and is aimed at the vivacious, adventurous and design-conscious customer who enjoys making a statement with their home and personal style.
Products from this company are shipped to: all countries globally and are located in: United Kingdom