The best cheap cushions to spruce up your sofa – from pom poms to boho prints and sparkly sequin styles

ANYONE else addicted to cushions?

We can’t get enough of them and with good reason, as cheap cushions are the simplest way to add colour, texture and update your home in a flash.

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Not keen on colour? Go for cushions with lots of texture or pattern instead – tassels, pom poms and shaggy designs are ideal for adding visual interest, while velvet is still flying high, as are geometric shapes, metallics and marbling.

Cheap cushions mean you won’t feel bad about changing them around from season to season too, and with the summer approaching there’s lots of fun and floral designs to tempt you.

The trick to styling them is to mix up the shapes, sizes, and materials to add interest.

Pop the larger ones at the back and add a few varying sizes, finishing up with a round or rectangular design as the piece de resistance.

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It’s also wise to think about where your cushion is for.

Will it be purely for display purposes, or placed on the sofa where it’s likely to get sat on, squished and thrown around in family homes, in which case you might want to go for a more hard-wearing material and not the blush pink velvet design.

Whatever style you want, we’ve got a great selection to show you, so prepare for the latest, greatest, cheapest cushions to get you started.

1. Totally Yay

Argos

Pom-poms, will they ever go out of fashion?

We hope not. This colourful design features a “Yay” slogan to the front and a bright orange reverse with matching pom poms on the corners.

And the best bit? It has a wipe-clean surface and can be used outdoors too.

  • Miami Pom Pom Yay Outdoor Cushion, £14, Argos Home – buy here

2. Graphic Design

IKEA

Floral doesn’t have to mean old fashioned or twee – this bright cushion is a good example of a modern print that’s fun and beautifully bold.

Plus, it’s the ideal shape to use as a support for your neck or lower back, making it a practical choice, too.

  • Sommaraster cushion, £4, Ikea – buy here

3. Tribal Style

La Redoute

Berber rugs have been having a “moment”, with the likes of Instagram and interior mags full of beautiful boho designs, so why not snap up a cushion cover to match?

This multicoloured design takes its inspiration from North African Berber styles and is made from 90 per cent wool, 10 per cent cotton, so it’s super fluffy.

  • Lindiya cushion cover, £28, La Redoute – buy here

4. Beautifully Boho

Matalan

Don’t you just love it when a cushion has a different print on the front and back?

We do, which is just one of the reasons this little beauty made our cushion cut.

The elephant design on the front is complemented by a tribal print to the back, and a zesty orange pom pom trim adds a vibrant touch to the otherwise monochrome design.

  • Elephant Pom Pom cushion, £8, Matalan – buy here

5. Sparkly Number

MandCo

After an affordable cushion for your child’s bedroom? How about this bobby-dazzler?

Sequins AND a unicorn – you can’t go wrong!

Brush the sequins and flip between a blue-maned unicorn or a pink one, with a soft pink pink reverse.

  • Unicorn Flip Sequin cushion, £15, M&Co – buy here

If you’re looking to revamp your living room, take a look at our guide to the best L-shaped sofas.

If you enjoyed reading about the best cheap cushions, you might like our pick of the best duvets.

If you are looking for more home recommendations, check out our dedicated home section.


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