Kingfisher Blue Bird
Kingfisher Blue Bird
British bespoke made luxury cushion created by using beautiful silk featuring a glorious floral design
Made by Nichollette Yardley-Moore
Silk with complete interfacing and full cotton lining
Satin edge trimming with an original vintage button on the zip pull
Includes a sumptuous duck filled feather pad
Plump it up regularly to maintain its plumpness
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Meet The Designer
For many years I have been a fashion and accessories designer; over time I have sourced a wealth of original fabrics, ranging from mid-century textiles to some very rare silk scarves. Viewing them together takes you on a journey through time. These treasured fabrics I now transform into beautifully crafted cushions. With each one I apply immense attention to detail and guarantee an exceptional and luxurious finish, something worthy of their heritage. An integral part of making each cushion is to accomplish a very high standard of workmanship. My collections combine a wonderfully eclectic range of original vintage fabrics alongside complimentary and contemporary trimmings. A carefully chosen vintage button is added onto each zip finding, and has become a signature of my work. A personally hand written luggage label is attached to each cushion describing the fabric used, along with its year of manufacture and the provenance, whilst on the reverse side are the care details and instructions. Many of my cushions feature mis-matched opposite sides, offering a subtle or striking alternative. Simply by turning the cushion over can alter an interior setting in a moment. My cushions are often viewed as being ‘Art on your Couch’