While the days are becoming shorter and the temperatures are dropping, Cushion Source has been working diligently to introduce a new collection of 69 beautiful Robert Allen fabrics to warm up your home décor! Perfect for cushions, drapes, throw pillows, and more, these new fabrics offer a variety of patterns, textures, and materials to choose from that are sure to please your unique style. Within this new addition you will find luxuriously plush chenille fabrics that provide the cozy softness needed on brisk winter days. The collection also features stunning ikat, and hand painted and stamped-inspired prints that lend a visually organic quality to the fabrics. Read more
It’s true that more gray days are headed our way as we enter into the fall season, but who said it has to be a gloomy fall when it comes to home design? I say we embrace this sophisticated color by pairing it with the prettiest of patterns, colors and textures to make your rooms shimmer. These are just a few examples of what some of our customers are doing to dress up their spaces.
Stacks and stacks of pretty new cotton linens have arrived at Cushion Source this spring. Just as the seasons change and warmer weather beckons us to enjoy the new blooms, so does our ever-growing fabric gallery. We are proud to now offer more than 1,400 fabrics online for your cushions, pillows, draperies, and any DIY projects that you may have up your sleeve. We are excited to add more soft linen and cotton-based fabrics to our repertoire since these lightweight materials seem to be the ideal look for tabletops. Read more
As stated in our previous blog, #trending: 2014 Color Trends, jewel tones are huge this year. One that has recently caught my eye is teal. While turquoise is always a great go-to for an extra splash of color, teal provides extra drama to your décor. Like turquoise, this darker hue can be used in a variety of settings no matter your style. Teal is a little more sophisticated and provides a certain glam factor that dresses up your space without coming across as too formal. Read more