Aboriginal Design Recycled Mat, Blue & White
10% OFF RRP $109.95
Turtle Journey is a tranquil Indigenous design, available here on a stylish cushion cover in blue and white.
Helen Price is a Queensland-based Indigenous artist, from Darumbal country. Her Turtle Journey design speaks of the real life migration pattern of turtles, who travel hundreds of miles for breeding season but always return.
The turtle never forgets where it comes from and nothing can keep it from coming home. “There is something inside, in its soul, that knows the way,” says the artist.
It is similar to the journey back to country, where your soul is at home. It’s this literal and figurative journey that Price had in mind when she created Turtle Journey.
Made in Australia from 100% polyester, our cushion covers are perfect to add some flair and colour to your indoor or outdoor environment. Every cushion cover is machine washable, making it ideal for daily use, whether you’re sitting by the pool or by the phone! Our attention-grabbing cushions are reversible, too, and each side has the opposite dominating colour. Change the look of a room with the simple flip of a cushion!
Mix and match your gorgeous, comfy Turtle Journey cushion with other colourful throw cushions, or a Turtle Journey Aboriginal mat for reading, relaxation or enjoying a catch up with friends. Outdoor rugs and accessories help us make the most of the lifestyle we love here in Australia!
Choose the charming, contemporary Indigenous design Turtle Journey cushion in beach chic blue and white for your home, office or school. Order online today!
0.5 x 0.5m
Unlike our range of earth-friendly mats and rugs these cushions are not made from recycled materials. We’re hoping to change that soon!
Like our waterproof floor mats and play mats, our cushion covers are suitable for indoor and outdoor use but extensive exposure to sun or rain will lead to fading and deterioration over time. Follow our guide to cushion maintenance for cleaning and storage instructions.
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.