Aboriginal Design Recycled Mat, Teal & Mauve
9% OFF RRP $159.95
Brighten up your home both indoors and out with this mixed set of three Aboriginal design cushion covers.
Created by Aboriginal Artist Anna Connell, these cheerful cushions sparkle with joy. They transform any lounge and living area into a happy place - no one can resist a smile when they see these colourful cushion covers.
Brighten up your home with new Cushion Covers
These new cushion covers dramatically alter drab outdoor spaces, like an instant burst of sunshine on a cloudy day.
They will also bring a lift to tired furniture or outdoor settings needing a new spark of life.
Indoors, use them in children's bedrooms, on dining chairs, and in book nooks for a cosy addition.
We love that these cushion covers do more than your ordinary cushion. They open up conversations about culture, place, and community, and can act as a bridge between cultures as people share the stories of what the designs on the cushions stand for and mean.
Pair these Aboriginal cushion covers with one of our popular contemporary or Indigenous design Recycled Plastic Mats, and you have instant comfort when you next head to the beach or out on a family picnic.
Or use them in combination with our Aboriginal Design Recycled Plastic Mats in childcare centres and schools for an embedded approach to cultural inclusion.
Once again, our beloved artist Anna Connell has done us proud. We simply love her design work and know you will too.
family, seaside & sunshine
0.5 x 0.5m
Cushion inners are not included.
Our cushion covers are suitable for indoor use and outdoor use undercover. Follow our guide to cushion maintenance for cleaning and storage instructions.
New cusion coversBy: Max on 6 December 2018Recently took delivery of our cushion covers. We found them just what we were expecting to be, bright and colorful. Straight onto our lounge they went.
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.