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Tides Storm Black Cushion


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A statement piece for your sofa or bedroom, the Tides Storm Black  cushion brings the spirit of the ocean into the heart of your home in eco-luxury style.

Made from high quality recycled cotton blend, our cushions feel sumptuously soft against the skin and are hand-stitched for a superior finish.

Filled using inners made from recycled plastic bottles, our Tides Storm Black cushions are not only eco to the core but are plump and beautiful too, deep enough to really sink into and relax.

Try matching our Sennen Cosy Blanket with our Fine Bone China range ‘360’ Mug and ‘Offshore’ Cup and Saucer for the complete collection.


  • Designed In Cornwall, Made In Austria
  • The Tides Storm Black cushion is 54cm x 54cm, depth 20cm
  • Each cushion insert is made from 25 recycled plastic bottles
  • Cushion covers made from a blend of recycled cotton (85%), viscose (8%) and polyacrylic (7%)
  • Colour black and white
  • Removable covers for washing at maximum washing temperature 40c (do not tumble dry, medium iron, normal dry cleaning)

Lovingly made for you with an eco-conscience

Our cushions are ethically made inside and out

We only use cotton from primary textile waste. In this recycling process clippings from the clothing industry are collected, sorted according to colour and quality, then taken back to the original fibre. This is then blended with minor quantities of viscose and polyacrylic (for colour uniformity). The blended fibres then undergo a special spinning process to create the high-quality yarn that is used to weave our blankets.

Our cushion inserts are made entirely from recycled bottles, with each cushion giving a new life to 25 plastic bottles.

Helping safeguard coastal waters

Supporting Our Coastal Communities

We know our customers are conscious of their ecological footprint, just like we are, and we believe it is possible for both people and planet to profit from ethical consumerism.

As ocean lovers, it is important to us to give a little something back to our coastal communities, so we regularly take family walks along the coastline and clean up rubbish left by tourism or plastics that have washed up on our shorelines. We do our best to help safeguard the ocean and those who live, work and play in coastal waters.