Window seats have gained widespread popularity in recent years for their light-filled spots and cozy alcoves that offer comfortable places to kick back and relax. Let’s face it, we are drawn to the small, little enclaves in a home. These tightly-fitted nooks and crannies not only provide architectural interest but serve as functional seating and in some cases storage – not to mention space boosters. In addition to providing useable seating, window seats offer comfort as well as serene views to the outdoors. As long as there is a walled niche area in front of a window, a window seat can be used in any room in the house – from kitchen banquettes to bathroom voids. Window seat cushions can take a bland, awkward space and turn it into a comfy and decorated one that may just end up being a much-loved room focal point. When deciding on what to do with an existing nook or if you are thinking of adding a new one, consider the following 3 ways to make over the seating area using a custom cushion.
Not all of us can claim to be great designers, and here at Cushion Source, we don’t expect you to be. So, we are taking the guesswork out by creating a custom designer pillow program to help you create a space without the cost and hassle of hiring your own interior designer. Say hello to our new specialty designer pillows!
With summer in full swing, you are more than likely splitting your time between enjoying the beautiful weather outside to cooling off in the comfort of your own home. But no matter where you find yourself spending time this summer, you want to be comfortable, and there is usually fabric (and a cold drink) there to make that happen.
You might be thinking, I want to be comfortable, but how do I know what fabric is the right choice for my application? Well, I will attempt to define, explain, and inspire you to choose the right fabric to fit your needs.
Selecting a curtain or drape style for an interior room can be rather challenging for a diverse number of reasons. Unless you’re an interior designer by trade or have a keen eye for decorating, choosing a window covering for an indoor space can leave you guessing which style is best suited for your home’s unique character.