Brightly colored: New cushion collection by Sunbeam Jackie

British parasol brand Sunbeam Jackie launched a new line of cushions that match its parasol designs. Known for brightly colored parasols made from vintage fabrics, Sunbeam Jackie’s line of cushions is made using the same heritage textiles. Sunbeam Jackie’s debut run of limited edition cushions consists of 58 individual cushions, each one made with its own combination of heritage and vintage fabrics, and each with its own unique fabric-inspired name.

Sunbeam Jackie was founded by couple Charlie and Katy Napier who operate from their studio, a 12th century grain store in Cornwall. All products are handmade by Sunbeam Jackie in its Cornish Grain Store studio in England. The fabrics used are sourced and selected by Katy Napier.

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