This pure Moroccan cotton collection is a thick, heavy, heirloom-quality textile made using a pedal-powered wooden loom. These cushions are truly "an authentic little luxury."
Well made, high-quality cushions from Turkey. The covers of this cushion collection are plant-based, blended with cotton, linen, and Lyocell. Lyocell has a breathable texture less susceptible to bacteria growth and odour. The production of Lyocell on average needs less energy, dye, and water than the production of other fabrics, and because it is a naturally-derived fiber, it's also biodegradable. Features include a hidden pull zipper, a durable cover and a firm polyester insert.
This collection of Canadian made cushions is available in a variety of sizes and fabrics. Each cover is accompanied with a feather insert made in Ontario, Canada. Outdoor cushion covers are accompanied with a polyester insert.
This collection of classic cushions embodies the charm and essence of artisanal craftsmanship. Made to be cherished for a lifetime, these quality cushions bring an inspired touch that is both novel and timeless. Made in India. Prices include the cover and feather insert. Made in India.
Our polyester insert collection is available in a variety of size options. Prices include cushion cover and polyester insert. Imported
Approximately 50" x 60"
Canvas cushions designed right here in the Kawartha Lakes
Cushions range in size from 14" x 20" to 20" x 20" and can be customized with any text. Our local Artisan is constantly creating new ideas so our selection frequently changes. We recommend an in-person shopping experience for a look at our current selection. Customized text may require up to 7 days depending on the season.
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Incredibly cozy and soft brushed cabin blankets are perfect for the cabin, car, cottage, home, lake house or any sofa or bedroom. Each blanket is unique and individually hand sewn in Kawartha Lakes, Ontario. There may be slight colour variations in the fabric due to the nature of this production.
|The Maple Leaf Tartan is Canada's national tartan. The colours of the tartan symbolize the seasonal change in the colour of leaves: green for the leaves of summer foliage, gold which appears in early autumn, red with the coming of the first frost, and the brown tones of the fallen leaves.|
|Alberta's Provincial Tartan was adopted in 1961, the green represents the forests; the gold is for the wheat and sunshine; the blue is for the lakes and skies; the black for the oil and coal and the pink for wild rose which is the Provincial emblem.|
|Much like the landscape of British Columbia the provincial tartan is a vibrant medley of colours. This Cabin Blanket by The Kawartha Sign & Pillow Co. captures the blue of the Pacific Ocean; the green of the forests; the red of the maple leaf; the white of the dogwood floral emblem; and the gold of the crown and sun in the provincial arms.|
|Inspired by "The Ode to Newfoundland". The green of the Newfoundland Tartan represents the “pine clad hills”, the white represents snow, the brown represents iron, and the red represents the Royal Standard. The Kawartha Sign & Pillow Co. offers this tartan in a Cabin Blanket with either a solid white or solid black chenille reverse-side.Saskatchewan's tartan was created in 1961 to represent Saskatchewan's identity as the "Breadbasket" of Canada. Gold for wheat, yellow for rapeseed and sunflower, green for forests, red for the prairie lily, white for snow, brown for summerfallow, and black for oil and coal.|
|The Nova Scotia Tartan was the first provincial tartan in Canada. Blue and white represent the surf-tossed sea, greens for the forests, red for the royal lion on the Arms of Nova Scotia, and gold for the province's historic Royal Charter. The Cabin Blanket is available in a variety of reverse-side fabrics. Made in the Kawartha Lakes.|
|The Prince Edward Island Tartan features red for the redness of the soil, green for grass and trees, white for whitecaps on the waves and yellow for the sun.|
|Saskatchewan's tartan was created in 1961 to represent Saskatchewan's identity as the "Breadbasket" of Canada. Gold for wheat, yellow for rapeseed and sunflower, green for forests, red for the prairie lily, white for snow, brown for summerfallow, and black for oil and coal.|
|Popular at Christmas, the Dress Stewart Tartan Collection by the Kawartha Sign and Pillow Co. can also be enjoyed throughout the year. A focus on navy or white accents helps turn this popular tartan into everyday decor.|