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Soft furnishings aren’t just for bedrooms. I mean sure, it’s their natural habitat and the place you sleep should definitely be warm and cosy, but you can do so much more with a couple of throws and cushions than you might think. Using soft furnishings is one of the easiest, cheapest and most effective ways to transform a space in your home.

Here are our top 3 tips for styling some of our dreamy textiles in different rooms, spaces and settings around your home.

Happiness is just around the corner.

A house is filled with corners, so don’t restrict yourself with where you can add some decorative touches. Hallways, living space, dining rooms, even those awkward little corners can all be made to feel more inviting. An empty armchair in the corner of any room is the perfect canvas for adding some personality. One of the easiest ways to create a gorgeous cushion display is to experiment with scale. Mix up a selection of small and large cushions for an ‘undone’ look that seems like a happy accident, but is actually cushion styling at its finest.

Living in a material world.

It’s not all about aesthetics. Soft furnishings are capable of making you feel like you’re on cloud 9. And texture isn’t exclusive to cushions and throws, with the Beautify velvet pleated headboard you can make texture front and centre. The different fabrics and finishes you choose to introduce will add depth and visual weight that’ll help to create the overall feel of your space – particularly useful when warm and cosy is what you’re going for.

Sitting pretty?

Hands up who thinks you have to sacrifice comfort for style? Yep, us too until we discovered velvet cushions and fleecy throws. Whether your sofa is fabric or leather, 2-seater or L-shaped, patterned or plain – drape a textured throw over the arm or the backrest to make your space fell more homey, lived-in and welcoming. (And even better, you’ll always be ready take a quick, midday nap on the sofa.) The best thing about a good-looking throw is that it doesn’t really require much styling at all, so there’s no need to worry about origami-style folding; it’ll look just as good with those unintentional ruffles.

Soft furnishings aren’t just for bedrooms. I mean sure, it’s their natural habitat and the place you sleep should definitely be warm and cosy, but you can do so much more with a couple of throws and cushions than you might think. Using soft furnishings is one of the easiest, cheapest and most effective ways to transform a space in your home.

Here are our top 3 tips for styling some of our dreamy textiles in different rooms, spaces and settings around your home.

Happiness is just around the corner.

A house is filled with corners, so don’t restrict yourself with where you can add some decorative touches. Hallways, living space, dining rooms, even those awkward little corners can all be made to feel more inviting. An empty armchair in the corner of any room is the perfect canvas for adding some personality. One of the easiest ways to create a gorgeous cushion display is to experiment with scale. Mix up a selection of small and large cushions for an ‘undone’ look that seems like a happy accident, but is actually cushion styling at its finest.

Living in a material world.

It’s not all about aesthetics. Soft furnishings are capable of making you feel like you’re on cloud 9. And texture isn’t exclusive to cushions and throws, with the Beautify velvet pleated headboard you can make texture front and centre. The different fabrics and finishes you choose to introduce will add depth and visual weight that’ll help to create the overall feel of your space – particularly useful when warm and cosy is what you’re going for.

Sitting pretty?

Hands up who thinks you have to sacrifice comfort for style? Yep, us too until we discovered velvet cushions and fleecy throws. Whether your sofa is fabric or leather, 2-seater or L-shaped, patterned or plain – drape a textured throw over the arm or the backrest to make your space fell more homey, lived-in and welcoming. (And even better, you’ll always be ready take a quick, midday nap on the sofa.) The best thing about a good-looking throw is that it doesn’t really require much styling at all, so there’s no need to worry about origami-style folding; it’ll look just as good with those unintentional ruffles.