Top Tips on Cushion Styling

Get involved with ultimate comfort with my top tips on Cushion Styling.

Are you a cushion lover or hater?

 Introducing cushions into your home life is a great starting point when it comes to re-decorating. Especially if you’re not confident with interiors.

Experimenting with different combinations of cushions are a perfect way to help get an idea of what works together and what doesn’t, at an affordable price (compared to completely redecorating).

Cushion styling also warms you up to the interior style you want to go for, and get used to the change in decor you are looking to make.

The Grey Cushion


  • Mix up your cushion styling with a variety of; textures, different fabrics, colours, patterns.
  • Don’t be afraid to involve tactile finishing touches; tassels, frills, and pom poms.
  • Layer up your cushion styling by combining different shapes and sizes.

This dreamy way of cushion combining heightens our senses to make your house feel homely and inviting. Because styling with cushions will make your desired room look cosy and create warmth.

Plus, if you’re not necessarily a huge pattern lover, but want to introduce it into your room decor, you can still get a sense of (subtle) pattern through textured fabrics.


Cushions (and throws) are ideal for quick makeover fixes and seasonal interior styling changes. Introducing anything that is tactile and touchable is key to create ultimate comfort, especially during the Autumn/Winter seasons.

This was to make the bedroom decor inviting and cosy. Basically enticing you to dive straight into bed, and never want to get out of it!

Plus, I wanted to break up the matching wallpaper, roller blind, lampshades and headboard fabric (this pattern is my Dotty Bird design). Therefore making the room not look too ‘matchy’ with one pattern being the focal feature.

And it has worked! I’ve involved my top tips within my throws and cushion styling, and the bedroom cushions have tied in the interior style of our bedroom very nicely. I hope you agree!