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‘Beak Street in grass’ cushions


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Beak street in grass cushions by anna jacobs  £65

A soft linen cotton mix cushion, printed with a sharp graphic pattern, which Anna has created from a  detail of one of her original Hummingbird paintings paintings in pen and ink. The back is 55% linen 45% cotton in cool oatmeal. Anna’s Beak Street collection makes a striking, yet elegant impact on its own, or try mixing it with any of our other designs to create a contemporary eclectic look.

45cm x 45cm approx for the square cushion and 58 x 28cm for the bolster cushion.

Machine washable at 30 degrees, hot iron on reverse.

All our cushions are filled with a pure duck feather pad which replumps perfectly time and again.

Please allow 4 weeks for delivery, as your lampshade will be made to order.  If in stock it will be delivered within 7 days



Additional Information

number in edition

made to order

postage & packaging

£5.95 (this applies to UK customers only). If you are an international customer please contact us at to get a separate quote.


square: 45 x 45 cm
bolster: 58 x 28 cm

about the artist

Anna is an up and coming British artist and designer. Anna studied painting at Camberwell College of Arts, and interior design at Chelsea College of Art & Design and Central St Martins. She has recently exhibited in solo shows at the Jane Newbery Gallery in London and Bank Street Gallery in Scotland, as well as in group shows at the Alexander Llewellyn Gallery in London and Art Takes Times Square in New York. She teaches colour theory at Chelsea College of Art & Design and recently gave two talks at House & Garden magazine’s Spirit of Summer Fair.