Mirage Cushion - Island by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
65,00€
Mirage Cushion - Cacti by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
65,00€
Free Cushion - Natural by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
65,00€
Loop Cushion - Mountain by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
79,00€
Loop Cushion Landscape Cushion by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
79,00€
Studio Job Cucumber Cushion - Seletti-The Woods Gallery
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Seletti
650,00€
Studio Job Tomato Pillow - Seletti-The Woods Gallery
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Seletti
1.100,00€
Vista Cushion Dark Blue by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
75,00€
Studio Job Gherkin Cushion - Seletti-The Woods Gallery
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Seletti
830,00€
Mirage Cushion - Leaf by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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Ferm Living
65,00€
Shay Quilt Cushion by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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79,00€
Vista Cushion Off-White by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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75,00€ Out of stock
Kelim Cushion Merge Cushion by Trine Andersen - Ferm Living-The Woods Gallery
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75,00€ Out of stock
ToiletPaper Toothpaste Cushion - Toothpaste - Seletti-The Woods Gallery
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Seletti
78,00€ Out of stock

1 / How to make a cushion?

It is not very complicated to make a cushion, especially if you have a sewing machine. Here is the necessary material: fabric (the quantity will depend on the size you want for your cushion), scissors, thread in the color of the fabric, a sewing machine (preferably), a tape measure, and padding for cushions. When you have everything you need, follow these steps. Step 1: Cut out two identical squares of fabric in the size you want your cushion to be. Add 1 cm more on each edge for the seam. If the fabric is fraying, zigzag stitches around the edges. Step 2: Put the pieces on top of each other, right sides together, and machine sew three of the edges (straight stitch). Step 3: Turn the cover over by the edge you haven't sewn. Step 4: Stuff the cushion; for this, use a polyester padding. You can also insert a cushion that is already ready to change just its cover. Step 5: All you have to do is close the cover. On a sewing machine, sew the two edges together; don't forget to backstitch each end of the seam to keep it secure. It's over, you just have to test your cushion! If you are looking for an armchair, consider the Charles Eames armchair, available on our site!

2 / What type of cushion to choose?

Plain or patterned, round or square, small or large, in linen or cotton… You don't know where to look with so many choices of cushions? It's normal ! Here are our tips to help you choose your cushion. Plain or patterned? Not easy to choose among all these colors. We advise you not to mix too many different tones; if you don't want a perfectly solid look, choose a maximum of two different colors. Otherwise, stay in the same shades of color. Likewise for the reasons, it is advisable to stick to just one. The colors are to be adapted according to that of your sofa or your bed; if your set is patterned, choose plain cushions. Fancy a Scandinavian side? Go for light tones! Round or square? Again, there are many different shapes, the main ones being the square shape, the rectangular shape, and the rounded shape. If the square and rectangular shapes are the most classic, a rounded cushion will do its little effect! And why not mix the two? Little or big ? The size of your cushions is to be adapted according to the size of your bed or your sofa. If your cushion is too big compared to the sofa, the sofa will appear smaller than it actually is. For your bed, any size of pillow should work. Linen or cotton? To choose the material of your cushion, you must take into account the aesthetic aspect and the practical aspect. Linen will have a refined effect, and just like cotton, it is very easy to care for. If you want to give your interior a more cozy look, opt for a faux fur cushion! Now that you know which cushion is right for you, one last little tip: choose a cushion with removable cover, especially if you like to change your decoration regularly!

3 / What are the origins of the cushion?

Cushions have been in use for a very long time. In the Middle Ages, it was found in luxury homes. At the time, their size was much larger than today since they were generally used as seats, especially to celebrate special occasions. This tradition of the cushion used as the sole seat is still found in the Maghreb and the Middle East. If the cushions were originally made of leather and padded with vegetable fibers such as wool, horsehair or even feathers, it is now available in many materials; cotton, linen, silk, velvet ... As for its padding, there is hardly any more than synthetic foam.

4 / What are the different types of cushions?

There are many types of cushions, and some have specific uses. Indeed, a cushion is not only an element of decoration; here are some examples. The classic cushion: This type of cushion is the one found on canapés, on the bed or at the back of the armchair to improve comfort. The cushion for chairs: The cushion for chairs is generally provided with a link which makes it possible to hold it in place. It makes a somewhat hard chair a little more comfortable! The floor cushion: As its name suggests, this cushion is made to be placed on the floor. Very thick, you can sit on it while being comfortably installed. Outdoor cushions: Outdoor cushions, which can be found on deckchairs or garden furniture, are made of extremely resistant fabric; the rain and the sun would damage a classic cushion in a very short time. They also have the particularity of being removable in order to wash them more easily. The travel pillow: The travel pillow is U-shaped. It is specially designed to relieve neck pain. Inside the fabric are microbeads; this is why this type of cushion perfectly conforms to the shape of your neck. Animal Cushion: Animal cushions are generally very soft and lined with faux fur. Rather comfortable to sleep all day! As you can see, cushions aren't just for the fun of it!

5 / How to wash a cushion?

If your cushion is removable, you can put the cover in the washing machine without problem, respecting the manufacturer's instructions depending on the fabric in which it is made. If your cushion is not removable, you will have to be more vigilant. In order not to damage it, we advise you to wash it by hand. Start by tapping the cushion to remove any dust. Then, immerse it in a large basin or a tub of lukewarm water with Marseille soap. Knead your cushion so that the water / soap mixture is well encrusted inside. Rub on stained areas. Empty the water from the basin / tub, and fill it with lukewarm water to rinse the cushion; knead it again, and repeat this step until the water is no longer soapy. Then air dry your cushion, taking care to pat it down from time to time so that the padding is not too flattened.

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