Heritage Cushions Inspired by London
Arguably, London is one of the most inspiring cities in the world. It is home to millions of people coming from different parts of the world and is an exciting to city to live in! From different exhibitions to restaurants, or beautiful sunsets; there is something for everyone, including Heritage Geneva. With the endless color scale of the city, we decided to gather a selection of Velvet cushions inspired by different districts of London.
1. China Town and Ephesus Velvet Cushion
When walking around China Town, it is almost impossible to not see the color red. As it has a special place in the Chinese culture, we matched our Ephesus Velvet Cushion since it is one of our reddest cushions! Inspired by the Mediterranean textures, the Ephesus Velvet Cushion presents a beautiful silk velvet in the front and a Ikat at the back.
2. Sloane Square and Port Velvet Cushion
Sloane Square is one of the districts that come to mind in London, whether you want to have a nice dinner or visit the Saatchi Gallery. From brick buildings to the iconic fountain of the square, this place reminds us our Port Velvet Cushion as the colors are very similar with the place. The Port Velvet Cushion is inspired by the Mediterranean and presents a beautiful silk velvet in the front and a Ikat at the back.
3. Notting Hill and Agora Velvet Cushion
Notting Hill could be the most colorful district in London. So, we matched our Agora Velvet Cushion with it as it is one of our most colorful cushions. It has more than 6 colors on the silk velvet side and presents a beautiful Ikat at the back.
4. Shoreditch and Silk Tassel Velvet Cushion
If you are looking for beautiful street art and unlimited food options, Shoreditch should be your go-to place! As walking across Shoreditch will give your weekly dose of color, we chose our Silk Tassel Velvet Cushion to match with it as it reminded us the colors of some street art. The Silk Tassel Velvet Cushion is inspired by the Mediterranean and presents a beautiful silk velvet in the front and a Ikat at the back.
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