These luxurious linen and velvet cushions by Warner House each showcase a different astrological star sign.
These beautiful pillows serve as statement pieces, creating a personalised environment. These horoscope print cushions will add a touch of vibrancy to any room.
Aries: The first astrological sign of the zodiac and a fire sign of the constellation. It is represented by the ram in Greek mythology, with the ram being based on Chrysomallus, the flying Ram that rescued Phrixus and Helle as well as providing the Golden Fleece.
Taurus: The second astrological sign. Part of the earth element, it is represented by the Great Bull. In Greek mythology Taurus commemorates the god Zeus changing himself into a beautiful white bull to win the affections of Europa.
Gemini: The third astrological sign of the zodiac, belonging to the air element. It is represented by the twins, in myth this is Castor and Pollux, who as part of their role are seen as protectors of sailors.
Cancer: The fourth sign of the zodiac and part of the water constellation, represented by the crab. In Greek mythology this crab is Krakinos, who was crushed under the foot of Hercules.
Leo: The fifth astrological sign of the zodiac, part of the fire element of the constellation. In Greek mythology it is represented by the lion called Nemean, a ferocious lion that was eventually killed by Heracles.
Virgo: The sixth astrological sign of the zodiac and part of the earth element of the zodiac constellation. In Greek and Roman mythology this is represented by a maiden called Demeter, in Roman mythology the goddess of harvest or Parthenos in Greek, who was terrified of her father and was saved by her brother Apollo who took her to safety.
Libra: The seventh sign of the zodiac and part of the air element of the constellation, it is represented by the scales of justice held by Themis and is the ultimate Greek personification of divine law.
Scorpio: The eighth astrological sign of the zodiac and part of the water element of the constellation. Represented in Greek mythology by the scorpion. When Orion boasted that he would kill every animal on the earth, the goddess Artemis dispatched a scorpion to kill Orion, and Zeus put the scorpion in the heavens after it won the battle. Here showcased on a playful printed linen cushion.
Sagittarius: The ninth astrological sign of the zodiac and part of the fire element of the constellation. Represented by half-human and half-horse (a Centaur), Greek mythology says that the Centaur Chiron mentored the Greek hero Achilles in archery.
Capricorn: The tenth sign of the zodiac and part of the earth element. Represented by the horned sea goat, it is believed in mythology to be linked to the God Enki, the God of water, knowledge and mischief.
Aquarius: The eleventh astrological sign and a water sign of the constellation, represented by a water bearer. In Greek mythology this water bearer is Ganymede, a beautiful Phrygian youth.
Pisces: The twelfth astrological sign of the Zodiac and belonging to the water element and represented by the fish (Pisces). There are several myths surrounding this sign but the oldest is that of Greek mythology where Pisces helped Aphrodite and her son escape the monster Typhon.
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