Snow-capped mountain cushions are a novel finishing touch for a kid’s room.
Cushions for the young explorer
We made: Two cute mountain cushions.
You’ll need: Half a metre of coloured felt per cushion, a small amount of white felt for the snow caps, cushion stuffing and a sewing machine. To make: Create a mountain template and use it to cut out the two sides of the cushion. Use the template to cut snow caps in the white felt. Pin these to the mountain shapes and sew along the bottom of the snow cap only. Pin and sew the two mountain pieces together (snow caps facing in), leaving a section of the bottom open for stuffing. Turn the cushion, push seams out and stuff. Slip stitch the opening closed.
The details: Arnold Circus stool in French Grey $250 from Everyday Needs, everyday-needs.com; Harley lamp $169 from A&C Homestore, achomestore.co.nz; cheetah wall hook $35 from Paper Plane, paperplanestore.com; The Sunday Bench $395 from Sunday Homestore, sundayhomestore.co.nz; Ostheimer unicorn $29.95 and felt mushrooms $14.95 and $9.95, all from Nature Baby, naturebaby.co.nz; Paris au mois d’août shade $595 from Madder & Rouge, madderandrouge.co.nz; terrazzo self-adhesive wallpaper panels $70 a sheet from BC Magic Wallpaper, magicwallpaper.co.nz.