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Looking for a refresh for your sofa or chair then consider some inspiration from us today.
We have found a handfull of fun and creative diy projects to transform a basic cushion into something a little special. With frills, pom poms and hand stitching, check these out.
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We love love hm.com and think that it’s value, quality and design is a winner. Always something new to pick up for a little room refresh, including these lovely organic cushion covers from their Conscious Collection.
The amazing price of just £3.99 each, and having a item that is sustainably produced is a positive for anyone.
Available now from hm.com
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Hidden amongst the gems of sparkly dog collars, bow ties, rainbows and smiley face bags are these brilliant cushions from PupTart
We love these fruit and veg handmade creations. Unique, fun and ready to make themselves at home on your sofa.
£35 each / visit the PupTart Etsy shop
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Exploring beautifully curated store ‘Grey September’, we find this beautiful cushion cover – a bohemian nod – a little Moroccan, but in fact sourced from Denmark.
This striking rectangle cushion cover is finished with beautiful tassels and fringing against a gorgeous textured background.
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Pom poms have made a bit of a comeback recently, whether it’s fringing on cushions, throws and light shades. Or large pom poms covering the whole item.
Today we share some great tutorials showing you the techniques for making pom poms and the best ways to attach them to your desired cushion or throw [ Of course, you can always buy ready made pom poms to cut the job in half ]. Have fun with it, mix colours up for a kids bedroom or perhaps something more subtle for a grown up living room. The options are endless.
[ Pom pom trim available from eBay and Amazon ]
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Perfectly suiting the trends big this season, this large Aztec design pouffe from TKMaxx is a great affordable addition to a lounge. Perfect as a footstool or extra seating and would translate perfectly into being used in the garden when the weather warms up.
This large pouffe is just £79.99 with a cotton exterior and polyester inner.
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We have all seen appliqué used on soft furnishings but quite often we see examples using florals or animals which can tend to look dated. To bring the appliqué technique up to date how about using typography. Personalise a cushion with an initial or make a statement with a slogan or phrase.
appliqué : ornamental needlework in which pieces of fabric are sewn or stuck on to a larger piece to form a picture or pattern.
We have found some tutorials to get you inspired, giving step by step guidance on creating your perfect appliqué cushion.