When you think of the word ‘redecorate’ you probably start thinking of pinterest boards, interior designers, themes and about 100 other things before palpitating and deciding to just ‘do it later’.
Cushion covers are available in a variety of fabrics - cotton, velvet, synthetic - to name a few. There are subcategories within these categories too. Cotton itself has so many variations such as cotton duck, cotton samre, cotton jute, tapestry cotton etc. Don’t worry, you don’t need to know all of this. You don’t need a PHD in cushion fabrics to know that a mix of different fabrics in your cushion cover selection will make your house look trendy and aesthetic. What’s more, fabrics like canvas cotton and duck cotton are easy to wash and convenient for summers too.
At Vaaree, we focus primarily on design. That’s why textured cushion covers are a big yes. Textured cushion covers involve macrame, waffle weave, woven cushion covers and more! A mix of modern and traditional cushions can give your house a trendy and ethnic look.
To add that ‘oomph’ element to your home, we suggest that you look at differently sized cushion covers as well. While a standard 16 by 16 cushion cover is great, a 12 by 24 cushion will definitely grab the eye. Throw a few extra small and extra large cushions on your sofa to add that instant freshness to your room.
Also, instead of always placing cushions on your couch, rearrange and place the cushions in new spots like your bedroom or garden area. Apart from the added comfort, cushions look super aesthetic and eye-catching in such places.
Cushions make every house look a little bit lovelier and a whole lot livelier! There are never too many cushions. Let’s face it - the child in you still loves to play with cushions! So, do let us know how you use cushions to decorate your house in the comments section below!