Customer Stories

Blogger cozies up with a new window seat cushion

Blogger cozies up with a new window seat cushion
Posted by Anita Winter  in Customer Stories

The great thing about a window seat is there is only a piece of glass that separates you from the beauty of the outside world. So on those cold fall and wintery days, you can still sit with a good book and hot chocolate while enjoying a bit of sun and scenery. Myra, a blogger from the Casabella Project, needed a window seat cushion for her breakfast room makeover. Cushion Source gladly stepped up to help.

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Hawaiian home’s modern white room created using custom cushions

Hawaiian home's modern white room created using custom cushions
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Contemporary style with classic color

When searching for the perfect cushions to fit the contemporary style of her home, Iben Dwight, of Kauai, Hawaii, turned to CushionSource.com. With limited resources available on the island of Kauai, Dwight decided to browse the internet for fabric and seating options. Looking to coordinate with her clean, modern taste in decor, she selected Sunbrella Natural due to its crisp color and durability.

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Cushions for vintage furniture add pizzazz to design

Cushions for vintage furniture add pizzazz to design
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Cheryl Maeder-Antonio has an eye for modern vintage. She has made a career on finding antique pieces and giving them a modern twist to turn them into unique gems. When she was adding her touch to an antique settee recently, Maeder-Antonio wanted to enhance her project by finding just the right style and color of cushions for vintage furniture.

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Outdoor furniture cushions add comfort and style to Bed & Breakfast

Outdoor furniture cushions add comfort and style to Bed & Breakfast
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Karen Karabell ran into a lot of dead ends when searching for replacement outdoor furniture cushions for her Bed & Breafast in St. Louis, Mo. Though located in a bustling city of more than 300,000 people, the innkeeper found that her decor options were limited in her local market.

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