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18 of the most stylish new-season cushions

The best decorative designs to instantly refresh your bedroom or sofa, from luxurious velvet to colourful prints

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H&M Home

For a quick home update, nothing beats the humble cushion. Whether you want to inject a flash of colour, a burst of pattern or layer up on texture, cushions can come to the aid of many a decorating quandary. Our edit of the best new options covers timeless classics, like velvet and linen, as well as striking statement designs.

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1 ‘Free’ Cushion by Ferm Living
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Ferm Living

Embroidered with naked dancing figures, this cheeky design is sure to bring a little joy to lacklustre sofas and beds. Available in two neutral colourways and made from organic cotton, it promotes living au naturel in more ways than one. Approx £55, fermliving.com

2 ‘Suki’ Cushion by Christina Lundsteen
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Couverture and the Garbstore

Danish fashion-turned-homeware designer Christina Lundsteen has a keen eye for colour and a love of luxe fabrics, both of which are evident in her sumptuous range of cushions. Choose from bold geometric patterns, stripes and plains in a spectrum of beautiful shades. £95, couvertureandthegarbstore.com

3 ‘Block’ Cushion by Aeand
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Hand printed using a chemical-free process on European linen, each one of Aeand’s cushions is unique. Patterns are created with cut out paper shapes, lending designs a distinct, dynamic feel. £115, aeand.com

4 Naturally Dyed Linen Cushion by Ellen Mae Williams
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Liberty London

The Royal College of Art graduate’s textiles are inspired by the changing seasons of the English countryside. Exclusive to Liberty, these cushions are handcrafted with a natural dying process that renders each one individual. £125, libertylondon.com

5 ‘Ere’ Cushion by Yinka Ilori
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Andy Stagg Photography

Admirers of Yinka Ilori’s uplifting public artworks can now bring a piece of his positivity home with the launch of his debut homeware collection. A celebration of Ilori’s British-Nigerian heritage, the range includes cushions emblazoned with the artist’s signature bold patterns. £75, shop.yinkailori.com

6 ‘Outline’ Cushions by Hay
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Plain needn’t mean bland, as Hay’s elegant ‘Outline’ range proves. Made from a classic, gently textured blend of cotton and linen, it’s the subtle colour palette and contrasting piping that make these cushions covetable. Mix and match for best effect. £55, selfridges.com

7 ‘Albert’ Cushion by Jessica Ogden
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nicolas louis

A long-time collaborator of French lifestyle brand A.P.C., Jessica Odgen’s limited edition quilted cushions are made from offcuts from the brand’s fashion lines each season. £160, apcstore.com

8 ‘An Ode to Bill Traylor’ Cushion by Soosumsee
Thomas Searson

Inspired by folk art and outsider artists such as Bill Traylor (this cushion’s namesake), Manchester-based textile artist Bec Kirby’s cushions often depict fantastical or dream-like scenes and are hand-tufted from British-milled fabrics. £190, soosumsee.com

9 ‘Sherbet Check Ruffle’ Cushion by Society of Wanderers
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Liberty London

Hailing from Australia’s surf coast, Society of Wanderers’ vibrant and eclectic designs are tinged with retro flair, making them perfect for boudoirs in need of a boost. £50, libertylondon.com

10 ‘Canvas’ and ‘Fluffy’ Cushion Covers by H&M Home
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As easy on the wallet as they are on the eye, H&M’s new-season canvas designs will bring a splash of soothing colour to any interior, while their fluffy counterpart is a great option for rooms in need of cosying up. From £3.99, hm.com/home

11 ‘Handcrafted Boho’ Cushions by Graham & Green
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Graham & Green

For a riot of tufting, fringing, tassels and pom-poms, look no further than these bohemian beauties. Made in India from woven cotton, their tactile textures will give sofas and chairs an instantly inviting feel. From £45, grahamandgreen.co.uk

12 ‘Ebba’ cushion, Heal's
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With its bold, architecture-inspired print, this graphic design is sure to give living rooms a new lease of life. Team with plain designs from Heal's coordinating range for an artfully eclectic look. £85, heals.com

13 ‘Arrow Stripe’ Cushion by Colville
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Matches Fashion

Colville is the brainchild of former Vogue fashion director Lucinda Chambers and Marni design director Molly Molloy. Spanning cushions, throws and rugs, its vivid and pattern-loving range exudes an effortless eclectic and bohemian vibe. £585, matchesfashion.com

14 ’Ruffle’ cushion by In Casa by Paboy
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In Casa by Paboy

Paboy Bojang launched his brand during the lockdown of spring 2020 after becoming creatively frustrated without a job. Having previously worked at an artisan ceramics workshop in Italy, he drew on his eye for colour and detail to launch a range of flamboyant cushions inspired by his upbringing in The Gambia and his Naples home. Approx £135, incasabypaboy.com

15 ‘Wild Saber’ Cushion by House of Hackney
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House of Hackney

Teaming a flamboyant animal print background with its classic ‘Saber’ tiger motif and topping it all off with tassels, this House of Hackney design embraces glamour. The brand will donate a portion of the proceeds for each one sold to Panthera, a charity devoted to protecting the world’s wild cats. £195, houseofhackney.com

16 ‘African Print’ Pillow Cover by Bespoke Binny
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Bespoke Binny

Made from eye-popping African wax-print cotton on the front and plain cotton on the reverse, Bespoke Binny’s vibrant cushion designs are a celebration of founder Natalie’s Ghanaian heritage. £28.99, bespokebinny.com

17 ‘Sonia Stripe’ Cushion by Ceraudo
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This classic-with-a-twist oblong cushion makes a dashing addition to unloved armchairs languishing in corners. Available in three cheerful colourways, it can be paired with coordinating fabrics for upholstery. £125, ceraudo.com

18 ‘Patiali’ Cobalt Velvet Cushion by Designers Guild
Designers Guild

For a contemporary way to do tartan, look to Designers Guild’s new collection, which features vibrant checked designs in vivid, luxuriant velvets. £95, designersguild.com

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