Soft seating to savor
Give new life to your existing dining chairs and other chairs and stools with brand new cushions. You can now choose from a wide variety of designs, styles and fabrics along with different kinds of foam. Take a look at some of them here:
When you want thick cushioning, try Pinstripe indoor wicker chair cushions. The extra thick chair pad is comfortable and features an ivory damask stripe pattern. Its hypoallergenic polyester fibers are durable and offer superb comfort.
Check out Boxed chair cushions that have boxed edges to give a neat and finished look. The plaid patterned cushions have four circle tacks and string ties that give them a secure fit. They’re suitable for most indoor chairs like kitchen and dining chairs and other straight-backed chairs and give a stylish edge to your home. They come in colors like green, red or blue and have a cotton/recycled polyfiber fill.
Fiddlestix wicker settee cushions look homely and comfortable. The chair pad has extra cushioning to provide cozy comfort. The cushion features an intricate woven pattern in brown that’s attractive. It’s filled with hypoallergenic polyester fibers.
If you have bistro style chairs, try the green, 15 inch round indoor chair cushions. They’re colorful and add a cheerful air to your décor. These cushions can also be used outdoors as they’re covered with long-lasting, weather-resistant polyester. Cushion strings ties them securely to the chair.
When you want an alternative from cushions, go for ottoman poufs. They’re pretty and add an appealing air to your indoor space. They come in different shapes and designs like square, round and in various textures and finishes, adding a dramatic flavor to your décor.
To add a very feminine flavor to your existing furniture, check out Knitted Blood Orange poufs. They’re like small hand-knit bean bags and come with a textured cotton weave. The knit on the pouf is chunky and has a dense pellet fill. Also take a look at round Poodle poufs and round, decorative Dia poufs to add some creative elements around your home.