Embroidered Green Velvet Cushion 41 x 41 cms
- Designed & handmade in the UK
- Size: 41(W) x 41(H) cms
- Materials: 100% cotton velvet
- Digitally embroidered on the front and plain on the back
- Supplied with feather pads sourced & made in the UK
- Finished with a zip fastener
You will love the irresistible Embroidered Green Velvet Cushion by Marie Murphy. For this design, she took inspiration from the most outstandingly beautiful and famous buildings from around the world. Marie has cleverly translated the bold use of colour and the buildings’ graphic shapes into sumptuous stitched arrangements.
She has selected a deep green cotton velvet which is plush to the touch and uncompromising in quality. The stylised buildings are then digitally embroidered on the front of the cushion, whilst the back remains plain.
Marie is passionate not only about design, but most importantly about producing her collection responsibly and sustainably. Therefore, she works only with British artisans and specialist workshops to produce her pieces. For example, this embroidered green velvet cushion starts life in the hands of specialist embroiderers in Nottingham. It’s then sewn and finished by her seamstress and finally Marie adds the feather pad, making the cushion ready for its new home.
Marie has created a truly stunning cushion which you will certainly enjoy displaying in your home. Imagine it on your sofa or armchair, or even as a pair beautifully arranged on a bed. Display it on it own or combine it with other pieces from the Marie Murphy Studio collection available at The Decorcafe.
A Little About Marie Murphy Studio
Marie Murphy is an illustrator and surface pattern designer based in Brighton, England. Designs usually begin as ideas in a sketchbook with a line drawing or with the use of bold blocks of colour. She then translates these into digital patterns, prints and embroidery. Marie has a deep appreciation for architecture and design. Therefore, she’s influenced by a huge range of artists and designers, as well as her own environment.
Furthermore, Marie is passionate about using the best quality materials for her luxury British-made products. Where possible, she sources materials and works with highly skilled craftspeople in the UK. For example, she has her digitally printed fabric made in Britain, using the latest technology. For her sheepskins, she works with the last tannery in the UK that still employs traditional processing techniques. Small scale producers in the UK carry out her embroidery. Finally, specialists in Brighton print her artwork.
In addition, Marie makes sure her packaging is responsibly sourced. For example, 100% biodegradable and compostable cornstarch cello sleeves are used for all artwork where possible.