There's something beautifully mysterious about nature at night, Designer Klaus Haapeniemi captures the enchanting feel with this floral pattern of "Lily of the Valley:" Finland's national flower. Look closely and you'll find a frog hiding among the leaves, while an insect provides glowing contrast from the deep violet backdrop. Jewel tones of emerald and turquoise add further richness to the velvet cushion cover, and the same pattern is repeated on the reverse side. A zipper hidden in the thick green velvet piping keeps it looking clean and streamlined but allows easy removal from an insert.
Optional insert is polyester-filled and hypoallergenic.
If ordering with insert, item cannot be gift wrapped.
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