For some reason or another I've never jumped on that soft furnishings train, so we are cushion poor.
But I'm at the station now and I'm about to board.
Soldier cushion made by Melissa from Seamstress & the Daughters
It started a month or two ago with this cushion, which I bought for our youngest son's birthday. Vintage 1950s Napoleonic soldier fabric - it was too hard to resist. Nothing like some foppish soldiers to decorate a boy's room!
Recently, I bought a grey Rapee cushion at Spotlight. Very suburban I know. It's fairly simple and I liked it. This is the only cushion in any of the main living areas - a very sorry state of affairs.
Fingers sample and Kabuki sample
And now, I'm toying with the idea of having some scatter cushions made from my favourite Florence Broadhurst fabrics.
The samples came yesterday. They're gorgeous but the fabric costs $143 per metre. Perhaps not the fabric for a soft furnishings novice...I absolutely love the Fingers pattern above all the designs but I have to think about it before I commit.
Thinking...thinking...maybe I should wait for the next Signature Prints sale...or just bite the bullet and splurge?