home: favourite thing [ mattress cushion ]
Perfect for a kids room, playroom, to layer up on a window box seat or in garden for extra comfort on a bench.
These versatile oblong, mattress cushions from Vertbaudet, come in a variety of patterns, some of which are currently on offer with 30% off.
home: follow friday [ Mint & May ]
London based Mint & May is a gorgeous independent store full of colourful and fun homeware.
Pick from jungle print cushions, quirky ceramics, statement prints and more. We love the vibrant designs throughout.
Be sure to follow Mint & May on Instagram and head to the site to check out their lovely selection.
home: made [ cactus cushion ]
We love this wonderful DIY tutorial for a fun, vibrant cactus cushion. It’s a simple step by step guide from the Everything Emily blog, with just a few materials needed and easy for a newbie to seeing.
home: favourite thing [ cushions ]
Now is the perfect time to update your sofa and bed with some new cushion covers. A great way to bring new life into a room for Spring/Summer.
We love these 100% cotton cushion covers from ARKET. With a subtle colour pallete and pattern these cushions covers will work with most interiors.
[ from £29 ]
home: favourite thing [ cushion ]
If you are looking for a pop of colour in your living room, then look no further than these gorgeous striped velvet cushions from Made.com.
Available in three colour ways, which we love, the wide stripe cushion will lift any sofa.
[ £25 ]
home: found this [ Emodi ]
Looking for beautiful cushions? We discovered the most incredible Emodi. The cushion designs, a mix of illustration and pattern are designed by the founder and are beautiful homewares too introduce to a lounge or bedroom.
Combine a few from her similar styles and then add a couple of block colour cushions of the appropriate colours to blend.
We make warm and cozy home decor products that are friendly to our environment.
All of our pieces are designed by Egle; the owner and designer behind Emodi. They are not only stylish and timeless pieces but unique artworks that will fit beautifully in any room in your house.
home: nice price [ cushion ]
Following with the theme of last week’s trend post – chintz, we love these floral cushion covers from H&M Home.
The highly decorative print has so much detail, and we would mix with other patterned cushions for a maximalist look.
At only £8.99 for the cover it’s a great buy, and the perfect excuse to get two!!
home: trend [ chintz ]
By definition ‘chintz’ is quite a broad term to describe a certain style of multi-floral, ‘twee’ or rather english country cottage-ish homewares and furnishings, but it can be many things to many people.
printed multicoloured cotton fabric with a glazed finish, used for curtains and upholstery.
….the grandparents overly floral sitting room with pot pourri and tasseled tie backs on curtains, dated china figurines and doilies on side tables, pinks and pastels and illustrated florals on every surface and what people often presume is behind every door to a thatch cottage and of course the decor to many a seaside B&B from the eighties.
Fast forward to modern day and there’s a surge in popularity for the chintz look with a subtle modern approach.
Many a crafty blogger or instagrammer is embracing the look and it’s encouraging a great push for upcycling, recycling and sourcing second hand pieces for the home – better for your bank account and better for the environment.
Layer up florals on fresh light painted backdrops. Use accessories in marble, metallics and ceramic. Cluster vases and ornaments and also play with clashing pattern sizes on cushions, furniture and curtains.
Wallpaper from £8 (sale) Dunelm / Bed £599 (sale) Made / Drinks trolley (newer style version now available) £228 Audenza
Vase £26 Anthropologie / Sofa £769.30 (sale) Urban Outfitters / Cushion Cover £68 Trouva
Paint £48 John Lewis / Curtains from £19.80 CurtainsCurtainsCurtains / Figurine £150 Ebay
home: favourite thing [ cushion ]
Add a little jungle print to a living area with this pretty little jungle illustrated cotton cushion from George at Asda.
Perfectly in line with the trend of bringing the outdoors in – with lush greens, foliage and fauna.
home: made [ quilted cushion ]
This lovely little make is from the fab abeautifulmess.com and will test your basic sewing skills.
Using a simple envelope design these pillow cases can be made in any material but we agree with ABM that it should be velvet. Perfect for a cosy cushion on a sofa or bed!
Create your own stitching design and experiment with different patterns.
Follow the step by step tutorial here