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Gubarr (Red Ochre) Bean Bag Cover

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Our latest range of homewares features demure yet sparkling designs inspired by natural landscapes from Wiradjuri artist Amanda Hinkelmann. Available in an incredible collection of designs to suit any room’s colour palette. 

Who doesn’t love a pretty bean bag? Our soft and comfortable bean bags are the ultimate addition to any living room, perfect for slumbering on while watching tv or reading a book. Adult sized but also suitable for kids.

PLEASE NOTE: Our Bean Bags Covers do not come with filling. They are shipped flat-packed to save you money on delivery costs. They can be filled with 200 litres of standard beans. 

WARNING: Children can suffocate if bean bag filling is swallowed or inhaled. Do not let children climb inside this bean bag. A bean bag is not a safe sleeping surface for an infant under 12 months of age.

Product: Bean Bag
Fabric: Polyester with a jiayu mesh lining
Size: Height: 125cm, Approximate width (filled): 100cm
Story: Gubarr (Red Ochre)
Artist: Amanda Hinkelmann
Gubarr (Red Ochre)
This artwork represents the red, mineral rich earth we have on Wiradjuri Country. The differing shades of ochre and the layered earth we walk on each day. It is reminiscent of travel for me, and the hour upon hour of watching out the window, transfixed and in awe of the beauty Mother Earth surrounds us with each day. It also represents ‘painting up’ and the sacred ritual we experience before ceremony. Layering our skin with ochre, connecting to the earth, and respecting ancient practices in order to keep them alive.

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Amanda Hinkelmann

Wiradjuri woman

Amanda Hinkelmann is a Wiradjuri woman born in Wagga Wagga. She is raising her four children on Wiradjuri Country, passing down... Learn more