As a company located in the South, we at Cushion Source are surrounded by the phenomenon that is college football. This is not just an everyday occurrence – this is a lifestyle. College football is like Christmas to us Southerners; a Christmas that lasts around four months. We anticipate the first kickoff of the next season as soon as the last game ends. We long for those crisp fall Saturdays like children anxiously awaiting a visit from Santa. We make our own wish lists consisting of top ten predictions, new collegiate clothing and accessories, and guest lists for our next tailgating event. We serve copious amounts of food and beverages to which we indulge to no end.
As a history buff, avid reader, and devoted television watcher, I wanted to create inspiration boards focusing on periods of style. For this first board, I wanted to share my favorite decade of the 20th century, the 1920s. I was influenced by some of my all-time historical (and historical fiction) favorites: Montgomery’s very own Zelda Fitzgerald, “The Lost Generation,” forgotten mansions of New York’s Millionaire’s Row, The Great Gatsby, and both television series Boardwalk Empire and Downton Abbey… I could seriously keep going.
There is a lot of ambiguity when it comes to finding the perfect replacement for your chair, chaise, or rocker. What is the difference between a pad and a cushion? What would meet my needs most? What is more comfortable?