This Lost and Found cushion in orange is bold and versatile, with chequer board panels of navy and ecru, framed in railroad-like striped borders, and tipped with dashes of orange. Made from a beautiful woven cloth, designed and developed by Kit Kemp, in collaboration with Christopher Farr, this cushion adds a vibrant touch of colour and fun to any room.
17.7 inches by 17.7 inches / 45cm by 45cm
43% Cotton 34% Viscose 14% Linen 7% Polyacrylic 2% Polyester, Fillers: feather filling.
Dry Clean only. Do not bleach. Warm iron if needed
Due to customs regulations for the United States and Australia, the cushion cover will be dispatched without the feather insert.
If you are in any way unsatisfied with your order we will be happy to offer an exchange, refund or replacement on all item(s) returned to us within 30 days of the date of receipt of goods assuming they are in their original, unopened and unused condition.
Delivery costs and estimated delivery time:
UK - Excluding Channel Islands £7.00 (3-5 working days)
Channel Islands £20 (4-6 working days)
Europe and ROI £25.00 to £40.00 (4-6 working days)
USA/Canada £45.00 (4-10 working days)
ROW £55.00 (5-15 working days)
Please note delivery times may vary for furniture and soft furnishings
Cushion covers are supplied with a free feather filler, however due to customs regulations for the United States and Australia, the cushion cover will be dispatched without the feather insert.
All prices quoted on this Website are accurate at the time of publication, are quoted in pounds sterling or US Dollars and where appropriate are inclusive of UK sales tax (VAT) at the current rate. If your order is being despatched to a destination outside the European Union (EU) then your sales tax will be zero. If your order is being sent to a member state of the EU then the selling price will include VAT. You will be responsible for the payment of any customs or import duties levied once the package reaches your destination country.
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