Peter Puffin Sofa Cushions

£29.00

        Peter puffin is caught in action flapping his wings, trying to take off from the ground in typical clumsy puffin style. This comical character pictured on a brightly coloured, square shaped pillow is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. The image is a modern vector graphic using simple colour blocks and was inspired by puffins nesting on the Treshnish and Staffa Isles near Mull, Scotland. Perfect for your lounge, bedroom, office or snug this scatter cushion will be the ideal gift for anyone who loves wildlife, sea birds and the British Isles.

        The sofa cushions have a concealed zip to allow removal for washing and are lovingly finished right here in the UK. They are handmade and overfilled so that they look and feel plump, a great support for bad backs.
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        Double sided printing gives you double the luxury.

        The Cushions are available in two sizes:

        • 16" x 16"
        • 12" x 12"

        With a choice of faux suede fabric that is super soft and divine to cuddle or linen effect fabric, you can combine cushions finished in different textures for a sensory experience on your own sofa.

        Colour information:
        Colours are bright blue and green background with Peter realised in black white, with warm flesh tones. A splash of bright orange describes the puffins’ beak and feet.

        • Colour representation is only as accurate as the web design process allows.


        Puffins are the cutest creatures. I was so inspired by these birds when I photographed them on a trip to Treshnish and Staffa from the Isle of Mull in Scotland, they don’t call it Puffin Therapy for nothing. It is a short boat trip to the small island where the sea birds nest, they are quite tame and very entertaining. Flying in from the ocean they appear to land with a thump and lose their balance before waddling off the find their nest, a small burrow in the top of the cliff. Taking off is just as ungainly. They are sociable and spend time preening each other and gesturing with their heads. These amazing creatures spend most of the time far out at sea and mate for life.
        Artist Jayne Walsh

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