Not to sound dramatic, but you'll definitely regret skipping these tips when you find yourself fidgeting on the spot after spending an hour sitting on the wrong chair pads… or when your kid spills tomato sauce onto your precious linen cushions!
Have a sit, get comfy, and let's go through the most important things to consider when choosing chair pads and cushions.
What Is the Best Material for Chair Pads and Cushions?
When it comes to covers, the best materials for chair pads and cushions are:
- Synthetic materials like polyester or vinyl are popular and practical: they're affordable, easy to wash (handy if you live with someone who's a champion at dropping the most staining foods!), and some of them are water-resistant, which makes them ideal for outdoor chairs;
What Are the Right Chair Pads and Cushions for My Décor?
Now that we've got all the practical matters sorted, let's get to the fun part: looks!
For cohesive results, match the accent color of that room or your tablecloth;
Monochrome cushions (without ties) in the main accent color work particularly well in modern rooms, too;
Going for a mid-Century modern décor? Experiment with contrasting colors and geometric shapes;