In Collaboration with the Natural History Museum
- Detailed foliage design
- Lilypad colourway
- Plump recycled polyester fibre filling
- Coordinating curtains available
Adorned with a beautifully detailed design, this cushion features a siskin, nuthatch and lesser spotted woodpecker sitting amongst woodland foliage. Printed on a lily pad backdrop, the Arboretum cushion will bring a touch of nature to your home interior. The cushion has been filled with a plump recycled polyester filling. Coordinating Arboretum Lilypad curtains are available to complement this cushion.
Natural History Museum x Dunelm
The Arboretum Lilypad Cushion is part of the Woodlands Collection. Autumn is a truly majestic time, whether foraging for conkers or feeling the crunch of newly fallen leaves underfoot, woodlands are a wonderful place to connect with nature. The UK’s woodlands are rich and diverse supporting an incredible array of wildlife from woodland flowers to birds and butterflies. These leafy wonderlands not only provide homes for wildlife, but they are also an important tool in the fight against climate change. They are hugely effective in soaking up carbon from the atmosphere and provide a natural solution to the climate crisis. Through our collection with the Natural History Museum, we want to celebrate the UK’s incredible woodland habitats and highlight the need to protect them for future generations to enjoy.
© The Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London 2022. All Rights Reserved.
- Product Dimensions 45cm x 45cm
- Brand Natural History Museum
- Care Instructions Iron on a medium setting, Machine washable, Not suitable for tumble drying
- Composition Face: 52% Polyester and 48% Cotton with recycled polyester fibre filling
- Pack Contents 1 x Cushion
- Filling Recycled Polyester Fibre
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