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Mermaid sequin cushion – Love it or Hate it?

You may have seen videos or pics popping up all over your social media feeds which feature a two-tone sequin cushion. Depending on which way you swipe the sequins, a different colour is revealed. They have been dubbed the mermaid cushion and you can certainly see why..

You may have seen videos or pics popping up all over your social media feeds which feature a two-tone sequin cushion.

Depending on which way you swipe the sequins, a different colour is revealed. You can draw shapes, words, patterns… the possibilities are endless.

They have been dubbed the mermaid cushion and you can certainly see why..

Reminiscent of scales, the double colour sequins look like mermaid tails and are certainly a marmite product. Love them or hate them – you will definitely have an opinion.

You can get your hands on these fun mermaid cushions here at Amara

whimsical, magical, playful & colourful

There are a whole host of colours to experiment with, they work best in a bedroom scheme where you can be a bit more adventurous.

You can also use the cushions to draw and spell out things as well as creating abstract patterns. Try “hi” or a simple heart. A really quirky way to leave a message or add some fun to your room. Perfect for beds, sofas, chairs and window seats.

Here is a snapshot of some colours these cushions are available in….

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A few more examples of how to style these quirky little mermaid sequin cushions…

These are available on Etsy UK – click here.

So what do you think of these ever-changing cushions?

Mimi x

 


 

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