Customise your sofa with the range of stylish scatter cushions available at DFS. With a huge variety of styles, shapes, designs and fabrics to choose from, you’ll be totally spoiled for choice! Lovers of traditional style can explore our selection of Joules, Country Living and House Beautiful cushions, while contemporary aficionados should check out our scatter cushions from French Connection and Grand Designs. From luxury velvet cushions to trendy boucle, and even real leather scatter cushions, it’s easy to find your thing at DFS. Looking for more ways to customise your living space? Check out our range of stylish rugs, lighting, accessories and wall art.
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Scatter cushions add a lot to a room - as well as being a stylish accessory, they allow you to add an extra layer of customisable comfort to your sofa, whether you’re watching TV, reading, using a laptop, or even taking a nap! They’re also more affordable, and thus easier to change out with the seasons or trends, giving your room a fresh look on a budget.
A grey sofa is a fantastic neutral piece, and luckily the sky’s the limit when choosing cushions to go with it. You can keep it soft and neutral with tones of grey, white or black - the monochrome look is always in. Or, you can go bold with pops of colour; burnt orange, teal and navy work well, as does pink - or how about a fun pattern or print? All are great options when it comes to cushions for your grey sofa.
Too many cushions on a sofa and there’s no room for you - but too few, and it may look unbalanced. We think the best number of scatter cushions for a 2 to 3 seater sofa is no more than three - you may prefer the symmetrical look of just two, with one at each end. Of course, on a larger corner sofa, you can easily get away with six or more, since you have more space.
They certainly can be - selecting scatter cushions of all the same size can create an elegant, more formal look. If you’re going for a more informal, homely, welcoming vibe, though - mix up the size and shape of your scatter cushions to create a more cosy feel.