The Juju hat, (sometimes referred to as a Bamiléké feather headdress) is a symbol of prosperity, believed to possess the positive qualities of birds and the beauty of life. The headdress is traditionally worn by the royal dancers during important ceremonies held by the tribal chief. The Juju had can also make an impressive wall hanging and has become very popular over the years and is often used as an eye-catching accessory for the home.
The headdress is made of natural or dyed wild bird feathers which are hand sewn onto a woven raffia base and displayed out in a huge circle. When not in use, the headdress can be easily folded and stored.
We’re now stocking the White Feather Juju Hat which is available in 3 sizes: small ($299), medium ($399) and large ($499). Shop Juju Hats here.
Let us introduce our latest product to Cush & Co… Moroccan Poufs
Eclectic, practical, and statement-making, Moroccan poufs seem to be appearing everywhere right now. No matter the decor, the funky, plush seats offer a fresh seating idea. We love the way they look when matched or mismatched with area rugs, furniture, and other accessories.
Much like the vibrant rugs and textiles that come out of Morocco, leather poufs, sometimes referred to as ottomans, are well-made and loaded with dazzling detail.
Poufs can act as footstools, seating, tables, or accents. As a bonus, they can easily be moved to the side of a room or under a table when not in use.
+ Hand crafted from beautiful leather.
+ Handmade versions are original pieces; no two are exactly alike
+ Available in six eye catching colours.
+ Perfect as a footrest, side table or simply to add a pop of colour.