Aboriginal Design Cushion Cover
10% OFF RRP $49.95
Who wants cushions when you can have flat beanbags?
These giant 1x 1 metre beanbags are like cushions in Giant land.
Use them indoors and out, by the pool, at the sea, by the river, or by the TV. Buy two, or three, or four, and take them everywhere you go.
Soft but durable, our beanbags can be put together to make a day bed, or comfortable camping mattress. Try it.
This beanbag features the very popular "Garrima" pattern by Aboriginal Artist Christine Slabb, a bespoked design for the Commonwealth Games 2018 on the Gold Coast highlighting sports culture, and celebrations and.
While the Garrima beanbag was not featured as part of the styling featured in the "Jarjum" (meaning, "All our children") Learning & Play Space at the Commonwealth Games, other products showcasing the design were. Since then, we've had hundreds of enquiries for Garrima products, and the newest one, the beanbags, have been flying out the door.
This beanbag design is eye-catching in Navy Blue hues.
Fill them with your choice of recyclable materials - scrunched up newspaper, old clothing, or clean rags. Or try the newest trick - stuffing the beanbag case with a bunch of your kid's soft toys that are hanging about in the cupboard collecting dust.
Don't forget to add one of our best-selling banquet picnic tables in Blue Bay design. These handmade etched picnic tables, made on the Gold Coast of Australia, fit a wine bucket, have portholes for wine glasses, and plenty of room for a yummy cheese platter too.
1 x 1m
50% Polyester 50% Cotton Canvas
Beanbags come unfilled. Fill with soft toys or used clothing for a planet friendly alternative.
The bean bag outer cover and inner lining are made from a Polyester/Cotton blend. Suitable for use both indoors and out, although fabric is not waterproof so please store them indoors or out of the weather when not in use. To spot clean, wipe down with a damp cloth. Beanbag covers are suitable to be handwashed or are machine washable on a gentle cycle - please remove stuffing before washing. You may use a warm iron on reverse side. Do not tumble dry. Wash with similar colours as colours of the beanbag may run.
Recycled Mats is a proud long-term member of the Indigenous Art Code, which ensures transparent, fair and ethical business trade in works of art by Indigenous artists.