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SUKA SHELL CUSHION

Original price Dhs. 195.00
Original price Dhs. 195.00 - Original price Dhs. 195.00
Original price Dhs. 195.00
Current price Dhs. 117.00
Dhs. 117.00 - Dhs. 117.00
Current price Dhs. 117.00

The Suka Shell Cushion, a delightful blend of comfort and coastal charm. Crafted from soft cotton fabric embellished with natural shells, this cushion adds a touch of seaside elegance to any space. Measuring 40x40cm, it's the perfect size to complement sofas, chairs, or beds, offering both support and style. The cotton fabric provides a cozy feel, while the shell accents infuse the cushion with texture and character.

Dimensions: 40 X 40 cm

-Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting.

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