Merino Wool Cushion - Rust/Turmeric
This elegant square cushion is made in Tasmania from 100% sustainably sourced Merino Wool.
The cushion is woven in a chic diagonal pattern from 18 micron superfine Tasmanian Merino wool. This wool is typically used for blankets and is softer than any cushion you've ever felt.
What We Love About It
We adore the reversible and beautifully complementary jewel-like colours of this stunning cushion. Rust and Turmeric looks amazing when paired with white, black, navy, turquoise, grey or green. The generous square size means the cushion works perfectly on your bed or couch.
But what we love the most about this cushion is that it's sooooo soft. Imagine having a nap on the couch curled up in a Merino Wool blanket, with soft Merino Wool against your cheek. Pure luxury.
Waverley Mills source the highest quality wool from Tasmanian farmers and put it through 40 different manufacturing processes to enhance its soft, silky and luxurious feel.
Cushion includes a recycled PET cushion insert.
These clever inserts are filled with 100% PET fibre, which is derived from recycled water bottles. They look and feel similar to a high-grade polyester cushion insert, but have a greater resilience rating and will last for much longer. For every 1kg of fibre used, we save more than 70 water bottles from landfill.
The cushion insert is made in Australia
Things to Know
Size: 56 x 56 cm
Material: 100% Merino wool
Care: Dry clean with care or cool hand wash. Line dry out of direct sunlight. Brush with a clothes brush to prevent pilling
Made in: Tasmania by Waverley Mills
Shipping: $10 flat rate shipping. Free shipping on orders over $150
The Story Behind It
In 1874, Scotsman Peter Bulman began producing tweed, blankets, felted cloth, shirting, and flannel in his mill on the banks of Distillery Creek in Launceston, Tasmania. For nearly 150 years, Waverley Mills has been producing Australia’s highest quality wool textiles - and it's now the oldest working mill in Australia.
Waverley Mills select the highest quality Merino from Tasmanian farmers who use sustainable grassland systems. Waverley's products are all made in Australia to minimise the carbon footprint. You just need to touch a Waverley fabric to know its made with the highest quality and skill.