Heritage Cushions Inspired by Royal Gardens
If you happen to like gardens and live in Britain, here we have some of the best gardens which are known as Royal Gardens. Having both historical and visual value, Royal Gardens were plentiful to inspire us and our cushions; so, we thought why not combine them in a blog post, in hopes to inspire you as well! So, if you want to see which Royal Gardens and Heritage cushions we chose for this blog post, keep reading!
- The Queen’s Garden at Buckingham Palace and Saffron Flower Silk Suzani
Being one of the icons of London, The Queen’s Garden at Buckingham Palace is known for its colorful nature with beautiful flowers. Thus, inspired from this is our Saffron Flower Silk Suzani cushion. It is inspired by the saffron plant and presents beautiful red and blue flowers; embroidered carefully.
- The Queen’s Gardens at Sandringham and Purple Bunch Red Flowers Silk Suzani
The Sandringham Gardens belong to the private estate owned by the Queen herself. It is considered to be the finest Royal Garden. For this, we were inspired by the Purple Bunch Red Flowers Silk Suzani cushion as it presented the colors of this garden; purple, red and blue.
- The Gardens at Hampton Court Palace and Thistle Seed Silk Suzani
Built by King Henry VIII, the Gardens at Hampton Court Palace is located in London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, which we think is one of the most beautiful districts in London. It is known for its quite pace and nature. Having several flower gardens in this Royal Garden inspired us to feature the Thistle Seed Silk Suzani presenting beige, red and green needle patterns one the Suzani side, blue and red on the Ikat side.
- The Gardens at Windsor Great Park and Green Olives Silk Suzani
The Gardens at Windsor Great Park is 5,000 acres of parkland which include a deer park, woodland and open grassland. It is known as one of the greenest Royal Gardens in Britain, so we thought why not match it with our beautiful green cushion; Green Olives Silk Suzani. This cushion is inspired by the endless green olive fields in Mediterranean and present beautifully embroidered green and red patterns on one side and an Ikat fabric on the other side.
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