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Monday, September 28, 2015

Redecorating with Cushion Covers

Cushion covers are perhaps the easiest way to give your home a mini revamp. I absolutely adore a well placed cushion cover somewhere on my bed or the couch to add a bit of an update and give the room a touch of my own personality. This is especially great for me since I'm living in rented accommodation, so cushion covers are a great way to really jazz up your living space.

I've picked out my top 8 (oh gosh, dating myself, but remember that on Myspace? And yes, this was as painful as picking my top 8 then!) cushion covers for fall and those that I'd love to use on my bed or couch:

Clockwise from top left:

1. Lace Cushion Cover // H&M

Okay, I cheated a little on this one as I actually have this one on my bed as we speak. It is a perfect neutral for a white couch or to complement white linens, or even a very busy pattern to add some calm. And it's rather classy, if I do say so myself.

2. Jacquard Weave Cushion Cover // H&M

Also another great neutral, but perfect for adding a bit of a funky modern vibe to your home.

3. Vintage Hearts Cushion Cover // Yorkshire Linen

As much as it pains me to say it, Christmas is somewhat around the corner and it's never (gulp) too soon to stock up on some Yule-tide goodies. To truly turn your home into a cosy seasonal escape, grab some festive cushion covers to add to the mix!

4. Fjalljung Cushion Cover // Ikea

With a Scandinavian name that I'd never even attempt to pronounce, this cushion cover is most definitely from Ikea. A sucker for anything vintage, I adore the the burlap sack looking texture (not even being facetious) and what appears to be an illustration from a vintage book about gardening. Another great little neutral for you non-risk takers, or to complement a very busy couch or duvet pattern.

Clockwise from top left:

1. Snabbvinge Cushion Cover // Ikea

This one adds a touch of spring all year around and is a great way to add a touch of something extra to an ordinarily calm pattern. But without too many crazy colors, it can go with a lot of decor types!

2. Patterned Cushion Cover // H&M

H&M Home has a ton of colorful cushion covers, but I gravitated toward this one because I felt like it was the one I would most likely choose. Again, this pattern has a lot going on, so it is a great complement to more neutral tones in the living room or bedroom.

3. Stag Embroidered Cushion Cover // Yorkshire Linen

I absolutely LOVE this cushion cover because it appears much more expensive than it is. At just less than £6, it adds a touch of class without spending a fortune. Not only is this a great touch for blending together either busy patterns or neutrals, but it also comes in red, meaning it can be mixed and matched and is a perfect Christmas (ahhh, I said the C-word again!) accent.

4. A Letter Pillow // Yorkshire Linen

I have no idea why, but I've been dying for one of these for ages. When I found out Yorkshire Linen was selling them for less than £6, I was ecstatic, as the ones I seem to have found elsewhere are all quite expensive. Nevermind that my boyfriend's initials and mine spell LA or AL (when I got initial cards, my boyfriend ask who Al was....), I still think they're absolutely adorable and a great addition to the home of a couple or a small family. Plus, with only two very basic colors, they look fantastic almost anywhere.

Thank you to Yorkshire Linen for sponsoring this post. All opinions are, however, my own. 

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