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House of Turnowsky partners with Art Cushions for homewares collection

House of Turnowsky has struck up a new licensing agreement with Art Cushions, bringing a slate of unique designs for a collection of homewares to launch in January 2020.

House of Turnowsky’s designs will be translated to six collections – Bellissima, Echo, FOG, Garden of Eden, Perfect Day & Paradise Garden – across a range of cushions, lampshades and deckchairs, all of which are exclusive in the UK to Art Cushions.

The introduction of the House of Turnowsky collection will be the biggest album of designs that Art Cushions has launched to date, with over fifty patterns available across the luxurious home accessories.

Mark Turner, owner, Art Cushions, said: “We are delighted to be working with House of Turnowsky on these new collections, which sees us shift and expand the range that we can offer to the consumer market. The classic timeless style of Turnowsky’s designs will, we believe, be widely welcomed in the interiors sector.

“Our cushions continue to be handmade in the UK, using eco-friendly inks and ethically sourced materials – an additional benefit, and assurance to our clients.”

House of Turnowsky licensing manager, Iris Parizer, added: “We are so happy to start the New Year with our new licensing partner Art Cushions, a unique lifestyle and decor company that have licensed the home furnishings and textiles categories. I hope this is the start of a long and successful working relationship with productive and successful results.”

The licensing agreement has been brokered in the UK on behalf of House of Turnowsky by UK Licensing Agency, This is Iris.

Art Cushions is the new trade name for WeLoveCushions. Launched in January 2019 the new name reflects the growth and development of the business as it continues to present the art and design led collections from its licensees.

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