Various Cushion Fabrics you can Choose From

Cushions are a must to brighten and enlighten the interior décor of any house. They are available in mind-boggling varieties of shapes, sizes, styles, etc. However, one must have a fair idea of the various fabrics it is crafted from to choose the best according to your home décor and functionality. Let’s look into some of the most popular fabrics used to make cushions today:-

Cotton and linen

These plant fabrics come in pure as well as blended form. Both soft and breathable, these are excellent for cushions. Linen has little elasticity, and both materials tend to crease. Thus they are excellent fabric for kitchen and protected outdoor areas. They are also highly recommended for bench seats. Since both materials are easy to clean, it is a good choice if you want throw cushions that can be easily removed and washed.

Silk

Considered highly luxurious fabric, it often symbolizes class and status. They always make a stunning addition to any interior. Used in a mix with other fabrics, it is a great medium to add texture to the décor. They look best as solids. However, one must remember that the material needs to be dry cleaned which can prove expensive. Thus it may not be the best choice for a house full of children and pets or at places where the accumulation of dirt is pretty high.

Velvet

Velvet is a terrific alternative to silk. This luxurious tufted dense pile textile is extremely smooth to touch and adds a sophisticated touch to any décor. Used by itself or with other fabrics, its look and vibe go beyond definition. It’s solid cushions like plain black velvet cushions are a perfect contrast to any color and texture of other cushions.

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