Pineapple Cushions and Cushion Covers
When you bite into a pineapple, the sheer taste of it can transport you to the exotic Brazilian coastline. In the Tupi-Guarani language family, pineapple means "the perfume of all perfumes", a scent you can almost taste already when you set your eyes on this juicy fruit. So decorate your interior with pineapple cushion covers to remind your eyes and tastebuds of this tropical fruity delight.
Buying a pineapple at the market can be an act of rebellion. Especially in the midst of a chilly winter, it's a way of saying goodbye to grey skies and giving a warm welcome to sunnier vibes.
While you can only eat one pineapple a day, you can still enjoy its beauty by scattering pineapple cushions on your bed, sofa or armchair. And by throwing some botanical cushions into the mix, you'll turn your décor into a cocktail of flora.
If you like piña coladas...
Christened ""The King of Fruits"" by French missionaries in Martinique and offered to Christopher Columbus by the Guadaloupian people, pineapples have been busy conquering the world since the 15th century. Now they can be found almost everywhere, from Hawaii through to Costa Rica and even as far as the Philippines.
And there's good reason for this: pineapples are not only delicious, but they also have great health benefits. What more reason to sip on a happy hour piña colada with your friends while lying back in a bed of pineapple cushions. Pay tribute to the King of Fruits!
A thorny issue
What so many people love about pineapples is the contrast between their sugary flesh and their spiny skin. Beneath their rough exterior lies a fruit that can only be truly appreciated by those who dare to sink their teeth into it.
A bit like you, in a nutshell. You love cacti and pineapples because—like these two specimens—you have a tough outer shell and a softer interior. Secretly, you can't resist a snuggle with your nearest and dearest. Cuddle up surrounded by pineapple and cactus cushions and you'll never want to get up again!