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Hides of Excellence huge range of Animal Skin Cushions made from genuine Sheepskin, Goatskin, Cashmere, Cowhide and Springbok hides make stylish decor accents.

  • Himalayan Goatskin Cushion 60cm - White
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    Himalayan Goatskin Cushion 60cm - White

    WAS: AUD $132 AUD $121

    Size: 60cm x 60cm

    Hides of Excellence oversized white Himalayan Goatskin cushion is perfect for adding a sleek, exotic touch to your favourite chair or lounge. Add one to your bed to create an instant feeling of luxurious texture or scatter a few across the lounge to add glamour and sheen. Try layering two or more of different sizes for an even more interesting textural look. The white tone of this natural goatskin cushion adds sophistication and style to any space.

    Likeall of the Hides of Excellence products, this beautiful goatskin cushion is a by-product, tanned under strict environmental European Union guidelines toensure it is perfectly safe for a baby, pet or anyone else precious in your life to recline on this stunning cushion.

    Natural hair cushions are easy to keep clean by shaking out regularly, and spot cleaning with a damp cloth. We do not recommend the use of any cleaning agents or chemicals. Allow your Himalayan shorn goatskin cushion to dry in the shade after cleaning, and it will stay fresh and beautiful for many years to come. Keep the cushion out of direct sunlight to prevent the colour from fading over time.

    Size: 60cm by 60cm. Please note this item is also available is sizes 40cm by 40cm; or 50cm by 50cm.

    Cushion goatskin covers one side only of the cushion. Reverse white faux suede. The cushion includes the insert.

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    How To Care For This Hide

    • Spot clean with damp cloth. Do not apply any cleaning or chemical agents
    • Allow to dry naturally in the shade
    • Avoid direct sunlight as UV rays may discolour the fleece
    • Colour transfer may occur on light fabrics

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