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Totem Damask Navy & Green Fringed Velvet Cushion Front, by Timorous Beasties
Totem Damask Navy & Green Fringed Velvet Cushion Reverse, by Timorous Beasties
Totem Damask Navy & Green Fringed Velvet Cushion on Basket, by Timorous Beasties

Timorous Beasties Totem Damask Navy & Green Fringed Velvet Cushion

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The Totem Damask patten features a unique blend of traditional designs and contemporary, digital motifs organized around a geometric stem. This striking pattern is both classic and unexpected, exemplifying Timorous Beasties' bold approach to design. The contrast of navy and green tones is highlighted by a lavish fringed edge.

All of our cushions include a luxurious feather insert.

Dimensions: 58 cm x 58 cm

Timorous Beasties was established in Glasgow in 1990 By Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons, who both studied textile design at Glasgow School of Art. The studio is a diverse operation and has emerged as a multi-award winning, internationally acclaimed icon. They create beautiful and unique wallpapers, fabrics, cushions and rugs.

Timorous Beasties’ work embodies a unique diversity of pattern, ranging from design that echoes a golden age of copperplate engraving (a time-honoured classic is the Thistle range; or Merian Palm superwide wallpaper) to example of a distinctly edgy nature, an elegant transgression, a display of chic irreverence. Yet, the studio fully engages a design discourse with textiles history by lending an aesthetic evolution to time-honoured motifs.

The art critic John Ruskin related a universal connection between nature, art and society. Timorous Beasties share a similar world view, where plants, animals and society are visually inextricable. They are devoted to how that impacts as pattern design in our daily experience of furnished spaces, from one-bedroom flats to country villas, to the halls of civic and government buildings, departure lounge backdrops, boutique enclaves, restaurants, and hotels.