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Who doesn’t love the look of comfy bed made up with cushions, just like in a top hotel? Here’s how to achieve that style the easy way:
The bigger the bed, the more cushions it needs
Think about the size of your bed to determine how many cushions you need. To give you an idea, eight would be the maximum number of cushions to put on a king size bed and three on a single.
Organise them like a boss
When it comes to arranging the cushions, here’s the winning formula:
Lie the flat pillows on the mattress or lean them vertically against the headboard. Now you can put the larger, square cushions in the second row. The smaller ones should go next and the longest one at the very front.
When it comes to colours and textures, a lot depends on the style and colour palette you’ve chosen for your bedroom. To help you find cushions that best express your style, we’ve chosen our four favourite combinations.
The natural look is always a winner
The combination of natural colours such as beige and white creates a fresh look for a bedroom. In this kind of space, we love a cushion cover with linen is the key material – it’s a classic fabric that feels warm in winter and very natural in summer.
Variety is the key
Geometric shapes in different colours lend vibrancy to the decor and if you add a voluminous fluffy cushion it’ll give a sense of warmth. If you have bedlinen in a striking colour like our Dyla cover, use cushions in similar tones or neutral colours.
This double bedroom has a calm, restful atmosphere thanks to the palette of Mediterranean colours. We love the way the dark cushions contrast with the lighter ones. Feels like summer!
Give an elegant touch to your bedroom by matching the colour of your bedlinen and duvet cover with your cushions. If you want to jazz things up a bit, choose cushions with a floral or paisley print. The perfect way to brighten up a monochrome bedroom.