A rotating selection of decorative soft furnishing accessories like cushions can be one of the easiest ways of transforming the look and mood of your home, injecting colour and pattern, or seasonal style for lounges, bedrooms, chairs and relaxation nooks.
Australian design company Simply Cushions have seized on this style-savvy decorating appeal for homemakers wanting on-trend home decor pieces, developing a range of affordable cushions that is wide and eclectic to help people find products that reflect their individual style, without forsaking their budget.
The Simply Cushions range of hand-picked and coordinated collections can help reduce the mental fatigue that comes with collating the perfect set of cushions.
“Most people want to create a space that is not only comfortable and functional but one which reveals a little about their character and personality,” says Sophie from Simply Cushions.
“Having moved homes extensively over the years internationally and domestically, we became accustomed to decorating new spaces quickly to make them comfortable and expressive of our lives at the time. We’ve found that one of the quickest, and most budget-friendly, decorating resources to be cushions.
For their relatively small size, ease of use and cost, they pack a real punch and can make a dramatic difference to a living space. Furthermore, they can be changed easily to match the seasons, your changing tastes or the space you live in.”
The Simply Cushions product range includes the idea of “families” where a group of cushions share similar design traits and so can be used together to make numerous different combinations of sets all without losing a cohesive feel.
The range is broad and extensive, offering cushion solutions from scatter size to extra large floor cushions for use in indoor and outdoor areas of the home. You can also tailor your look, with collections that cover the most trend-driven styles: Boho Chic, Coastal, Mid-Century Modern, Scandi and Urban Modern.
Our tip for decorating with cushions? Mix it up with different patterns, while keeping the hues cohesive. Start with a focal colour in an artwork or a statement furniture piece that you really love in the room you’re decorating, and then build your cushion selection from there. Cushions can really tie together a room’s mood and colour scheme and are a great way of bringing any space out of a style rut.