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Whiteheaded Black Bulbul Cushion image
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Anjali Hood Ltd.

Whiteheaded Black Bulbul Cushion


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Create a mesmerising effect in a sedate backdrop with the geometric pattern that dominates this black & white velvet cushion. An interesting diamond pattern sits in the centre with stripes of alternating white or black radiating out.

Turn the cushion over for an almost punk-like, modern take on the pattern on the front. The three-dimensional pattern will add the 'wow' factor to your sofa.

This bird is a variant of the allover Black Bulbul. Both birds have bright orange beaks and feet and are found in southeastern Asia from India to China. It is a noisy bird that has a fluffy crest on its head and feeds on seeds, small insects and berries.
Made in England

88% Cotton, 12% Polyester

Dry Clean Only
51 cm x 51 cm

This item is held by the designer so please allow up to 7 working days for delivery, although we aim to have it with you sooner!

Free delivery UK + Worldwide over £150 / €210 / $240 / $A300.

Free returns for exchange or full refund within 14 days. 

No customs fees, duties or taxes!

Delivery via DHL Express.

Collect or return any item in-store: Mayfair & Notting Hill.

Please visit our Delivery or Returns page for more information.


Meet The Designer

Anjali Hood’s sumptuous velvet cushions are designed to instantly freshen up your room with their unique and vibrant patterns. A fascination with birds inspired her signature double-sided cushions, which have been created to match the plumage of particular birds. Velvet is her fabric of choice and one she has a deep connection with, since her family were the first to import the looms to manufacture velvet in India. As birds play such a huge part of our ecosystem, the demise of species and more recently, the demise of a huge number of seabirds, has led Anjali to partner with Birdlife International to contribute toward their conservation efforts that sustain and protect safe habitats for our feathered friends.