If, like me, you love your cushions then you will love some of the ones I have found . Having moved to the coast last year I cannot get enough coastal themed ones which seem to be very popular this year.

Cushions can completely change the room theme and colour and every year I change the cushions in at least one room. Check out some of these below to change yours.

Hunter & Co have a range called Coastal Modern is one of the biggest influences in their curated collection as they say they just adore all shades blue, green and white (yes there really are different shades of white!) from their handmade Dhurrie rugs to stylish ceramic vases to gorgeous art prints.

I just love these two cushion covers, Railey and Elliott, both £38 – the emerald green and nautical blue with pretty tassels.

Home Monger is another gorgeous site and has some unique hand woven raffia cushion covers with fringe detail adding natural texture to your home.


This natural cushion pad in cotton and linen is trimmed in feathers and has a zip fastening at £50

If you like linen then you will love True Linen website and these two beauties. The woven fabric in light grey or pink is so natural and calming and a perfect match for my own bedrooms colour scheme. They are made of 100% soft linen and cost £39.99

Finally another of my favourite companies for many things is Made who have lots and lots of cushions but two of my favourite ones are this Bowker storm green stripe one for a reasonable £25.

Bowker Stripe £25
Ryker Cushion £25


This gorgeous picture from Ideal Home is enough to inspire all of us to get planting in our garden.

I particularly liked this image as the colours that pop out make it look cosy and green without too much effort in needing more plants.
This has to be one of my favourite outdoor image. The abundance of plants and flowers in such a small space is amazing, and one I would love to copy in my garden.
Another stunning image of a tiny space overflowing with greenery. I’m sure the minute you sat down in the relaxing chair you would soon be in the land of nod.
This final image of this slate from Lilybels just epitomises summer time to me and would look perfect in any garden.