Five of the Best Novelty Cushions

Accessories can make a boring house become a warm and friendly home. A few carefully placed items in your space can make it unique to you and can showcase your character. By choosing some fun and funky cushions and scattering them about the house you can brighten up most rooms and show off your sense of humour at the same time. Have a look at our five favourite novelty designs and see if any catch your eye.
Telephone Cushion - £14.99

Telephone Cushion – £14.99

This Telephone Cushion features a large red traditional style telephone design. This prominent cushion would be a bold focal point to any sofa or chair whilst adding comfort and support. It has a removable cover which is washable and is filled with feathers. Available from  dunelm-mill.com

Eyetest Cushion – £25

Eyetest Cushion - £25 With black contrast piping and a pleasingly squashy feel, the cushion evokes British style in the 1960s. The tongue-in-cheek print is a sight for sore eyes, utilising the familiar graphic design of a retro eyetest. Available from johnlewis.com
London Skyline Cushion - £19.99

London Skyline Cushion – £19.99

This London Skyline Cushion is a perfect way of modernising your room. The cushion features a stylish, modern looking design of London embroidered onto a dark background to create a truly stunning finish. It has a removable cover which is washable and is filled with polyester. Available from dunelm-mill.com
Paris Cushion - £6

Paris Cushion – £6

If you love Paris, you will love this Paris landscape printed cushion. Add a touch of Parisian style to your décor with this black and white cushion, made from 67% Polyester 26% Cotton 7% Viscose. Dry Clean Only and visit matalan.co.uk for more details.
John Lewis Stanley Cushion - £35

John Lewis Stanley Cushion – £35

For anyone who loves Jack Russell dogs. Make some room in your home for Stanley. This cute Jack Russell is guaranteed to put a smile on anyones face. Filling is padded with feathers. Dry clean only and buy from johnlewis.com.

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