Monogram Cushions

Date posted: May 1, 2014

Monogram Cushions

Monogram cushions

A Monogram is a motif made by overlapping or combining two or more letters to form a symbol. Monograms are often a combination of initials of an individual or company, that create symbols or logos. Monograms have been used for many centuries and some of the earliest examples are 4948names of Greek cities on coins. Another early device was a seal that made an impression in wax, clay, paper, or some other medium. The impression thus made a seal of authority that was a monogram or crest of the purveyor. The original purpose was to authenticate a document, a wrapper for one such as a modern envelope, or the cover of a container or package holding valuables or other objects.

Monogram Cushions

Monograms are signatures of artists and craftsmen that make their Monogram cushionsworks of art easily recognized.

Our Monogram cushions have been inspired by the French flair for Monogram cushionsdecoration. The individual monograms on our cushions are fancy pieces of art and are used to adorn these everyday items.

The monograms are created with embroidery and layers of fabric applied onto the cushion cover.

The monogram cushions have lace, fabric and ribbon details. With frilled edges and pleated layers the attention to detail  in these monogram cushions is executed to a high standard. With The tie up backs make it easy to remove 4894the inners and are a real feature. The 100% cotton fabric is user friendly and washes extremely well, please note that is our personal experience .

A great look with these cushions is to style a room with distressed shabby chic furniture, French mirrors, antique accessories ,these all blend well with soft whites and taupe colour backgrounds.

These monogram cushions have a vintage theme and create a romantic look that is exclusive to Live Laugh Love


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