Petrol Blue Velvet Cushion
Our Arabella petrol blue velvet cushion is a popular colour in our Arabella range. Trimmed with stunning cotton pompoms.
This new colourway resembles the colour of dark petrol and resembles a deep rich peacock blue shade; which will make your home decor look extra elegant.
This decorative pillow is made from 100% cotton velvet fabric pile. Both the front and reverse are in this luxury quality velvet. The matching pom poms trim gives the cushion that decorative look.
There is a back zipper fastening and inside you will find a flame retardant poly-fill pad offering comfort and support for your back. The pad can be removed should you need to replace the filling or have the cushion cover hand washed or dry cleaned.
The Arabella range of velvet scatter cushions are different from many others. Not only is the range of colours so exciting and vibrant but they are also more generous in size than your average cushion. These pom pom cushions measure 50cm x 50cm.
Please note if you are unsure of the colour we are happy to send out a swatch — just drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and address. We are happy to oblige.
Features of Blue Velvet Cushion
- 100% cotton velvet fabric pile
- Pretty cotton matching pom pom trims
- Zip fastening at back
- Flame retardant poly-fill inner pad
- Size 50cm x 50cm (20 inches square)
- Dry clean or gentle hand wash
- Matching throws with the same pom pom trim
Petrol is a very on trend shade and will go well with our Arabella burnt orange or gold. These cushions can also look sophisticated and elegant when paired with the Arabella silver grey and kiwi green.
You can even add the matching Belinda petrol blue velvet throw to set the scene.
There is a whole range of velvet cushions to add to this collection.Take a peek at our Terry Tassle trim pillow or Rufus ruffle rose. Try adding a coordinating Belinda kiwi lime green velvet throw with the same pom pom trim. The funky colours within the range of Arabella Velvet Pom Pom Cushions will look great together too!
Petrol is very on trend this season and can be seen showcased at various furniture and home shows such as Maison O’ject in Paris.
See this article from Houzz.