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Lobler and Delaney blogged Fun Cushions.
Here is a summary of the write up by Lobler & Delaney stylists
"We're constantly looking for new style inspo, and with spring in the air it's the perfect time to give your interiors an overhaul. Over the years we've figured out the simplest (and most cost-effective) way to bring new life into your home is to switch up the cushions each season. So it was brilliant to discover Natascha and Fun Cushions recently. We hot-footed it to her gorgeous Surrey Hills home and design studio to take a sneak peek behind the scenes, and were super excited to feature her on the Notes From a Stylist blog."
The full blog was.....
For those of you who’ve been unlucky enough to be engulfed in the swathe of cushions scattered around every room in my house, you will perhaps have caught on that I’m a bit of an obsessive when it comes to using cushions as an easy interiors uplift technique. My usual weapon of choice is Designers Guild (just love their colour palettes for this spring BTW). I’m also partial to the gorgeous collection by Bluebell Gray for John Lewis. But recently when I happened upon Fun Cushions via lovely designer Natascha Weatherby, I suddenly realized that I can take my ridiculous craze for cushions up a notch.
For SS15, I’m liking the idea of moving on from cushions with just a pattern or texture to enhance my interiors, this season I’m investing in cushions with a message. After all we’ve had slogan tees and slogan bags… slogan fun cushions is a genius next step.
The message on your fun cushions doesn’t have to be the bog standard (and much copied) Keep Calm…etc etc, With these cushions, thanks to the genius state of the art design process, you can full on personalise the text to say whatever you fancy.
Heading to a wedding this spring? Natascha can turn your personal message to the bride and groom into a keepsake. In fact, I’m thinking these cute cushions can sort me out on the gifting front for many a milestone birthday, hen or stag do, baby shower or even corporate bash. The only limitation is your ability to come up with a heartfelt phrase… hang on, I’m just popping on over to Pinterest to search up some super smart sayings…