I read somewhere that one way to make a small room appear even smaller is to have too many cushions. I must admit, I'm a bit cushion mad. And our current sitting room is about half the size of our old sitting room, so I'm certain that I'm demonstrating that cushion rule. I need to re-evaluate the cushion situation, reduce the number we have, and replace some of the shabbier looking covers. We don't have much in the way of patterns in our sitting room, and not much in the way of bright colours, so some new cushion covers would be a great way of introducing some more interesting visual elements. I've been scouring the internet for some options. This is what I've come up with:

John Lewis has collaborated with Timorous Beasties to offer a slightly more affordable version of their home decor, which employs a delightful combination of modern subjects and historical styles.
I love the wistful expression on this panda's face - available at Etsy
This 'Cleopatra' cushion from John Lewis looks so tactile
At the pricier end of the spectrum, these beaded cushions by Jonathan Adler embody temptation! Available at Amara
Bo Concept has a whole range of beautiful, colourful cushions. These two might be my favourites.
This cushion from Zara Home exudes Jazz Age elegance
What's cuter than kissing sparrows? This cushion is available at John Lewis and House of Fraser
I said I wanted colour - this velvet cushion from Etsy has all of them
And finally, these cushions from Graham and Green combine style and whimsy

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