By karina. Cushions Design. Published at Thursday, March 29th, 2018 - 19:05:44 PM.
Decorative Cushions: Decorative cushions have two uses. They normally have fancy cushion covers which helps in enhancing the look of the room. Even when used as part of a Bedspread set, to Make a Perfect Bed, decorative cushions are not used for sleeping & usually removed at bedtime, thus, while found on the bed, as their main purpose is decoration, they are called Decorative Cushions.
When you buy a sofa set from a store, it would probably come with cushions that match the sofa. These add to the appearance of the sofa instead of it looking rather empty when no cushions are on it. If you are going to change the covers of the cushions, make sure they are of the right size and fit your existing cushions. You can use cushions to decorate not only your sofa but any space in your living room or bedroom. For example, you can buy those really big cushions on which you can sit down, and put them in the empty corner of your room to make it look less empty and at the same time compliment the design of your room.
It really is so simple and a really inexpensive way to make a huge difference. The earliest record of when people started using cushions as a decorative piece of furniture was in the medieval times. Cushions were then used in grand houses and luxurious mansions. At that time they were not made out of the great assortment of fabrics available today, they were all made in leather - How lucky are we!
So many of us concentrate on matching colours and prints, they really dont need to match at all. Flowers and stripes or checks are great together and different shades of colours look good too. Dont feel you need to match your cushions with your curtains or furniture play around with fabric to see what works best for you.
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