Our Guide To Choosing The Right Cushion Covers

What a difference a few cushions can make to any room, take your sofa from “oh” to “Ooooo” If done correctly, but what is the correct way to display cushions? well this is where the fun begins.

This step by step Guide through the decision-making process and we will help you find the ideal cushion covers. A great Cushion cover can absolutely make a world of difference and give your home a polished look, but how to choose the right one can be a nightmare.


If your cushions match your sofa, this is bad. But wait... don’t throw them out!

Just change the covers.

This is a great way to save money. Sometimes when you buy a couch (sofa) it comes with matching cushions. The solution? Just get new covers, it's that simple... or is it?

Look for florals that will coordinate with colours you may already be using in your home and balance strong prints with plenty of neutral surfaces.

If you have a neutral colour theme in your living room, select two or three bold colours to inject a little depth into the space. The more neutral your room is, the brighter your cushions can and will be.

See, it's easy!

Don’t be afraid to combine multiple textures from velvet to silk to fur, combining heavy textures with lighter ones across your cushions will keep your home looking cosy yet modern.

We are getting there.


When looking to update your room, take inspiration from a range of sources. What colours do you love? That print in your favourite silk scarf, then use that as inspiration when looking for beautiful prints on cushion covers.

Having all your cushions in the same size can look very formal. Combine cushions of different sizes and shapes such as oval or oblong to create a more homely vibe.



Maintain a gender neutral room with cushions — grey and yellow is a great combination that lifts the living space without being overly feminine.

Contrast block colours with horizontal lines and vertical lines in narrow spaces this plays with the imagination.

If your home consists of earthy, neutral colours, add some metallic to keep a textured and edgy look. Keep simple, and stick to the monochrome for a Classy edge.


Try changing the orientation of your existing cushions to give the room a new feel.

See.. it's not that hard.

Check out our cushion cover collection and be inspired. 

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