The World in Cushions Blog — Dreams

How I went from working 12-hour days and living in London to surfing perfect waves and living in Bali - in 7 steps

A story of following your dreams I know the idea of "just follow your dreams" seems like a faraway fairy tale or a bland quote found on a Pinterest board, but we can step outside societal norms, put down our phones and comparisons to curate our lives to bring us joy. All it takes is a bit of planning and a willingness to do things differently, if you read on, I will show you my personal journey of how I have achieved just that. A few years ago my life looked very different to how it does today. Today is Wednesday on the last day of November for 2022, the sun is shining and so far, I have attended a...

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Top 5 Cushion Picks for your Art Deco Space

Art Deco was a design movement that started in France in the 1920s and spread to the rest of Europe and America. It is characterized by bold geometric shapes, lavish ornamentation, and striking colour combinations. The style was influenced by Cubism, Futurism, Constructivism, and Art Nouveau. The Art Deco style is on the rise, and it's a daring and vibrant take on interior design. The identifying elements are symmetry, metallic colours, rectilinear geometry, and varied textures to create a stunning modern space that is sure to impress your friends and family.

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Dreams of far-off places

This is a story of following your dreams regardless of where they take you, of finding the connection and cultures that envelop the world. That are woven into every country’s fabrics and tales.   This is my story.   At school I was bullied, I spent miserable years being the uncool kid at the back of the class. I wear glasses, have fussy curly hair and was dressed in hand me down clothes, acceptance from my peers was unlikely! I would spend my days wandering around alone disappearing inside the stories of my imagination, dreaming of the far-flung places I would go when school was but a distant memory. A few days after leaving school I was on a plane...

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