These are the Village Cushions from the normally spot on Ferm Living. They are cushions shaped like houses. I've been looking at these for a long time now. I almost get it, but not quite - why do you want your sofa to look like a badly constructed street? (and presumably if you peer through their window, there will be another mini sofa covered with more mini cushion houses) And they're not cheap, around 15 to 30 euros each. Ferm Living are not the only ones at it. Donna Wilson, another of my favourites, is doing it too:
She's also produced a range of house cushions for Heal's but, if you feel your cushion street/sofa is lacking in greenery, she's also got a range of mini trees you can shove on there too. Here's her oak tree (shown alongside a fir tree for scale). It's very sweet and childlike, but, at £35, is definitely not priced for kids. I can't help feeling the whole thing is something that Freud and his couch would have fun with.
If you want to try out this 'trend', I advise you to trend carefully (otherwise you might squash a tiny cushion house, ho, ho!) and absolutely be certain you don't go anywhere near this special John Lewis Christmas house cushion.
Me? I'm going to let this creature run amok amidst my cushions:
John Lewis's Dinotastic (that's its real name, brilliant!) is definitely for kids and, priced at £15, is sure to stomp out any tweeness that may be lingering in your cushion collection. Raawwwr!