Playful Tetris Cushions



Decorative cushions come in all shapes and sizes. Their purpose is often to add color and texture to a particular décor. With the Tetris cushions you can do those things in a playful way. The cushions, inspired by the Tetris game, are available is a variety of shapes and colors. They can be combined in various ways, either to form new shapes or to simply alternate colors.

The Tetris cushions add a retro touch to your home décor. They are very versatile and can be used in the living room but also in the bedroom, study, guest room and anywhere else you think they might fit well. The cushions have covers made from raw textured cotton.They are available in seven different colors and they can be purchased at the price of $279.95 per cushion. They have polyester filling. As for their size, it ranges depending on the shape of the cushion. They can be up to 60 cm long.Each cushion is 15 cm thick.

Given their retro and playful look, these cushions are great for a variety of spaces. Use them on the living room sofa, on your favorite lounge chair, in the games room, on the bench, in your study, library or in the kid’s bedroom. The cushions are handcrafted and each one of them has unique features. Make sure you don’t dry clean them.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on June 24th, 2012

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