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“It’s like sitting on a painting”, says Krone

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Julia is developing a limited range of luxury cushions, inspired by her own paintings. The Art Cushion is a new genre in the art world. 

To order or find out more about Julia’s Art Cushions, email her at:  info@juliakrone.com

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Velvet Cushions

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This luxury Art Cushion series is derived from one of Julia’s vibrant, abstract paintings,”Juxtaposition II”. Three sections of this painting have been enlarged and digitally printed onto specially coated cotton velvet, to create three different design panels.

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Linen Cushions

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These luxury Art Cushions are derived from one of Julia’s vibrant, abstract paintings. The “Potential” series is printed onto Union Linen.

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“Rest and be thankful” –  William Wordsworth

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CARING FOR YOUR VELVET CUSHION

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Julia’s velvet Art Cushions are made from smooth pile cotton velvet (front) and a high quality linen, cotton mix (back).

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Filling your cushion

Do pay attention when filling your cushion. It’s important not to over-stuff a cushion*. Be careful not to strain the zipper when pushing your cushion pad into place. You may need to ease the down or cushion stuffing into the corners of the cushion so that these fill out to the desired extent, much like one would do with a duvet cover. Try to avoid pointy corners or, what are known as “dog-ears”. At all costs, one does not want to draw attention away from the cushion fabric or design statement. 

Cleaning your cushion

Dry Clean with extreme care. Velvet should not be folded *(For the Juxtaposition 63x63cm cushions, we recommend a John Lewis 68x68cm Duck Down cushion pad. Different companies stuff their cushions to a greater or lesser extent. The brand does matter!)

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CARING FOR YOUR LINEN CUSHION

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Julia’s linen Art Cushions are made from Linen Union- a mix of Linen (40%) and cotton (60%), front and back. They should be treated with care.

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Filling your cushion

Do pay attention when filling your cushion. It’s important not to over-stuff a cushion. Be careful no to strain the zipper when pushing your cushion pad into place. Different cushion pads are filled to a greater or lesser extent- the brand does matter! (Julia favours John Lewis’ Duck Down cushion pads). You may need to ease the down or cushion stuffing into the corners of the cushion so that these fill out to the desired extent, much like one would do with a duvet cover. Try to avoid pointy corners or, what are known as “dog-ears”. At all costs, one does not want to draw attention away from the cushion fabric or design statement. 

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Cleaning your cushion

Dry clean only