We are obsessed with cushions as they are the best way to jazz up your sofa or bed and they almost become like pieces of scattered art around your home. Cushions add personality to any space through their patterns, textures, colours and size and we are going to share with you some of favourite tips on refreshing your home through cushions.
One of our favourite interiors is to add bold, bright and patterned cushions to a sofa or bed, however it is important that they link with another item in the room. We recommend drawing on a colour already used in the space and one that you want to highlight. Focus on one core colour in a piece of art or interior and then introduce a cushion that shares that same colour. It will be a beautiful addition to your home and will definitely give that feeling of warmth and depth.
Try mixing patterns through finding a common link, either a tone or colour as mentioned above and then start mixing different patterns together. We love to blend designs, think geometrics with classic shapes.
Another tip is to inject accent colours, especially if you have a neutral colour scheme in your home. This will give a gorgeous pop of colour and add instant personality to your home. As above, join a colour from a piece of art, curtain, rug or other piece of furniture to ensure a gorgeous glow throughout your home.
We are seeing a popular trend of floor cushion, as they are perfect for a ready nook or comfortable place to sit and watch your favourite show on Netflix. We love seeing them used both indoors and outdoors, adding comfort and style to your deck, balcony, garden or patio.
A great tip is if you have a neutral sofa this can come across as very plain, so adding coloured cushions is a fabulous way to jazz your living room spaces up.
Adding cushions to your home is the perfect cost-effective way to make a statement and the ideal way to update your home with different seasons.
If you are ready to add some beautiful cushions to your home or are looking for some interior inspiration, please visit us at www.theinteriordesigner.com.au. #cushioncrush