Birdkeepers Collection – Hare and Heron

$57

From the Birdkeepers Collection this beautiful pillow features a Hare and a friendly Heron design with florals and other exotic birds flying around.

Designs are printed onto a linen background with coordinating piping all around and cream backing.

Comes with a hypo-allergenic insert.

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Description

Brought to you from Sussex, England and designed by Kelly Stevens-McLaughlan, designer and artist behind the Fabfunky brand.

“Living right by the sea means that inspiration for coastal style work is literally on my doorstep and so some days I find myself creating nautical images that invoke thoughts of warm summer breezes and balmy evenings year round. Whilst other days, I might find myself creating a rabbit dressed up like a regency style dandy.”

These wonderful and whimsical designs are sure to fancy your home. They feature bright colors with lush designs of flora, birds, and animals in a variety. This collection is all made in the U.K. and is sure to add a little dramatic style to your home.

From the Birdkeepers Collection this beautiful pillow features a Hare and a friendly Heron design with florals and other exotic birds flying around.

Designs are printed onto a linen background with coordinating piping all around and cream backing.

Has hidden zipper. Fully washable at 40%. Fully colorfast.

 

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At Katzberry, we strive to find quality items that are unique in design and offer attention to detail in craftsmanship. Upon receipt of your package, please inspect your purchase and notify us immediately of any damage or discrepancies. We will arrange for a replacement of the product.

If you are dissatisfied for any reason you may return your purchase within 30 days for a refund of the merchandise value. Please contact us at 877-263-5152 or email us at Returns@Katzberry.com for return instructions. 5 days a week, M-F, 8 am – 8 pm (EST).

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