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Forbidden Fruit Cushion

£48.00 GBP
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Embracing the maximalist movement and bringing together line drawings, intense colour, figures and foliage, ‘Garden of Eden’ is the latest collection from JOLT that invites you to bravely embrace the drama and experience paradise. ‘Too many of us walk away from interiors pieces that we love because "they don’t match" our schemes. But maximalism is all about saying "yes" to the items that make your heart sing and bringing them into your home whether they match or not. Mixing materials and styles makes for an interesting home, bringing surprising elements in that your guests might not expect.’ Barbeline Lusandu The collection includes 5 new designs printed on a variety of homeware and gifts. ‘Gates of Eden’ ‘Paradise Lost’ ‘Forbidden Fruit’ ‘Eve’ ‘Fauna’

100% Cotton Feather filling 45cm x 45cm

Printed and made in the UK.


JOLT challenges us all to “Look Beyond the Label”.
JOLT is a new retail brand of design led products created in our studio, Designs In Mind in Shropshire. We support adults referred through mental health services to build their self-worth and become active members of society. We design and create products for retail, with all designs starting as experimental workshops with members of our studio. We aim to challenge the low expectation that surrounds those with mental health issues.
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