Highland Taylor Fabrics show off their vibrant colors at cultural park

Highland Taylor Fabrics show off their vibrant colors at cultural park
Posted by Anita Winter  in Behind the Scenes

Last week, Cushion Source photographer Jay Sailors, interior designer Miriam Leuthold and art and media coordinator Anita Winter went on location to one of Montgomery, Alabama’s finest cultural parks, named, Alabama Shakespeare Festival to photograph some of the latest addition of fabrics from Cushion Source.

Welcome to our new blog

Welcome to our new blog
Posted by Anita Winter  in Behind the Scenes

Cushion Source is delighted to welcome our faithful customers, friends and fans to our new blog. We have come a long way since early 2004, when Cushion Source first debuted.

Nook cushions create cozy spots for indoors and outdoors

Nook cushions create cozy spots for indoors and outdoors
Posted by Anita Winter  in Customer Stories

A corner nook is a great way to add another living space inside and outside your home. Nooks create a cozy spot in a room, without overwhelming a space. These can be great spacesavers in smaller homes and can be used as a quiet place for reading in a family room or  chatting and eating in a kitchen area. Over the years, Cushion Source.com has provided many customers with lovely nook cushions for their homes.  Here’s just a sample of several very satisfied customers who chose to create and beautify their spaces by creating fresh and beautiful nooks.

Designing for small spaces

Posted by Anita Winter  in Tips & Tricks

Most homes in the city are not known for their enormous amount of square footage. Nevertheless, it hasn’t stopped people from wanting to live there. Designing for small spaces can be quite challenging. There are plenty of creative ways to make a small room look larger and less crowded. The question is, are you ready for your creativity to be challenged?
Searching for inventive and resourceful ways to add more functional area to a space doesn’t have to be complicated if you remember the basics of design. By using paint, lighting, window treatments and accessories you can achieve the illusion that you have a greater area of living space.