Interior design is subjective, but when it comes to displaying good taste, there are a few principles involved. One of those is that a couch alone can’t serve as the last word on your personal style. It needs some punctuation in the form of an extra pillow or two, preferably a matched set. Picking out sofa cushions may seem like an inconsequential afterthought, but they serve as the accent mark on any well-considered space. Here are three ways to make the most of this subtle but essential interior accessory.
This one does not include inserts. MIULEE
Buying the pillow cover separately is an easy way to get exactly the right color and texture you are looking for. It can be a little harder to precisely match any given cover with the perfect insert, but buying covers and inserts individually opens up an entirely new array of design and size choices.
If someone in your home has allergies, select a model with hypoallergenic filling. EDOW
Whether you are custom matching covers, refurbishing old pillows, or creating your own craft covers from scratch, it’s important to get the right fit in a pillow insert. Many reviewers recommend buying one size larger than needed for a firm fit. Also, look for inserts that are washable and have sterilized or hypoallergenic stuffing, especially if it is a natural product like duck or goose feathers.
If you suffer from lower back pain or always seem to get stuck in the “uncomfortable” chair, this one’s for you. Foamily
If you want to add a little more luxury and comfort to the family sofa, think about throwing in a couple of lumbar pillows alongside the standard square cushions. They won’t take up much room, they add color variation to any interior, and lumbar pillows offer an extra level of comfort come nap time.