How to Arrange Cushions on a Corner Sofa Pt 1

A sofa without cushions is like a cake without frosting. It’s dull, it’s boring and it’s tasteless. Although cushions look good on sofas of almost every style and shape, a corner sofa would benefit the most from them. You can transform the entire outlook of your living room if you know how to arrange cushions on a corner sofa. Over time we can get tired of our living room’s layout and we’d want to change it. Cushions can be a cost-efficient alternative for buying a new sofa.

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Let’s perfect the art of styling a sofa and learn how to arrange scatter cushions on a corner sofa.

  1. The Matching Duo

Nothing can go wrong with a matching pair of cushions on a corner sofa. It is ideal for keeping the sofa clutter-free and simple. Place the matching cushions on either corner of the sofa, with enough distance between them. You can choose the same fabric colour or texture to bind the look together. This type of cushions arrangement is perfect for a smaller sofa as it will leave enough space to sit.

  1. No Rhyme No Reason

If you know a little bit about how to arrange cushions on a corner sofa, you’d know that it’s not just about matching fabrics. For a moment, don’t go by any rule book and simply follow your heart. Cushion arrangement isn’t poetry by an old English poet that has to follow a set structure. It’s more like the free verse, and we are the poets who can create whatever our hearts desire.

Go eclectic or bohemian. Stay sophisticated or get chic. It’s all up to you. You can get creative and even execute a DIY project of sewing a cushion cover from an old t-shirt. It will look more personal and you can have some fun creating it.

Although the cushion arrangement doesn’t need to follow any set guideline, it still has to be balanced. So, if you’d go completely out of the line then your living room is going to look like a disaster. Therefore, it is recommended to follow some pattern to keep it together.

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  1. The Simpler, The Better

Instead of fussing over how to dress a sofa with cushions, you can keep it simple. We discard simplicity just because, well, it’s basic. But this shouldn’t have to be done. We need to give due credit to the simple yet sophisticated approach.

Keeping things simple will let you be stress-free while decorating. Apart from that, plain and simple fabrics can give a smart aesthetic to any layout. Creating a balanced display becomes more than easier with simple sofa cushions.

  1. Bring ‘em To The Centre

One of the tried and tested tips on how to arrange cushions on a corner sofa is bringing them to the centre. Who said they need to be torn apart from each other and kept poles apart? Break the rules and place them in the centre of the corner sofa.

If your sofa is a smaller one, this arrangement is perfect. You can keep the cushions in the middle of the sofa to create a tied together look. Other than that, this arrangement works well with the longer L-shaped corner sofas, too. All you have to do is place at least three cushions on both sides of the L.

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  1. The Trendy Trio

Three is the magic number in sofa cushions arrangement. And that three doesn’t just mean a number. There can be three patterns, three sizes or three colours. If your sofa is a longer one, you can keep two pairs of three cushions.

If you’re using three patterns, make sure they’re well-coordinated. For instance, you can use a striped one, a plain one and a dotted one. Or if you’re using three colours, try using the complementary ones. You can also use contrasting colours if you have a light base coloured sofa.

For keeping sofa cushions of different shapes, place the biggest one at the back. In front of that, you can stylishly place the smaller ones. If you have two squares and a rectangular cushion, keep the rectangular one in front of square ones.

Still wondering how to arrange scatter cushions on a corner sofa? stay tunes for Part 2

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