Made to Measure Best Sellers Cushions

Spring has begun to bring our gardens and the surrounding landscapes "back to life" this past month, and this can be seen in the fabrics that our customers have selected to have in their homes, as seen in this list of our best-selling fabrics. Read More...

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Spring has begun to bring our gardens and the surrounding landscapes "back to life" this past month, and this can be seen in the fabrics that our customers have selected to have in their homes, as seen in this list of our best-selling fabrics.

Our gardens and the surrounding landscapes have begun to come "back to life" with the arrival of spring, as you can see from this list of our best selling fabrics. The fabrics that our customers have selected to use for their cushions in their homes are clear examples of this. One of the simplest methods to add pops of colour, form, design, and texture to your home is with this. The pops can even be complementary colours that go well with the other accents in your area, like a rug, or they can even include current colours into the design.

You can choose to use any of these colours as contrast piping or edging on your cushion because Lattice Leaf is a two-toned fabric.

The Little Fern in Moss is a direct coordinate for the fabric above. This might be used as contrast pleats, frills, piping, or even on a double-sided cushion next to the Lattice Leaf.

The Plain Linen Union in Moss is the last fabric that is in high demand. Ideal for adorning a bed, window seat, sofa, armchair, and much more! Why not use a different cloth with a contrast colour that will make it stand out against the plain moss? For instance, Pretty Maids in Sweet Pea and Winter would go perfectly with pinks and greens, so why not include them? Although you may use other colours that are already present in the space as your contrast edge, once it is in place, it will truly help to bring everything together harmoniously. 

Due to their complementary colours—most of these four best-selling textiles are green—they can all be used in the same space. So why not acquire samples of all these fabrics straight away by placing your sample board order? Even though the possibilities are endless, we often advise starting every room concept with three fundamental colours. This will provide you with more options to mix and match different designs.