10 best cushions

Prepare for autumn by cosying-up the home with some comfy new additions

The right cushions can transform the look of a room without you having to spend hundreds on redecorating, and they make lounging on the sofa or your favourite chair that bit more comfy - just what you need as the nights start to draw in.

The IndyBest team has gone through hundreds of pieces to find you a range of beautiful products for your home. Starting at less than a fiver (for Ikea's bargain  Knappsav), they all come in at less than £100. 

Click on the gallery to see the IndyBest buys

 

Verdict:

For a designer piece with a high street price tag, we love Conran's Knotted Jersey's Cushion. Or for something a little different (that helps young artists to boot), check out Fenton's collections. If it's a cosy piece you're after, you can't go wrong with Next's good-value cable knit number.

Buy now

1. Ikea Knappsav, £3.50 for 30cm x 60cm

2. Loaf Navajo, from £35 for 30 cm x 40cm

3. The Linen Shop Sunblush Cushion, £49.20 for 50cm x 50cm

4. Zara Home Paisley Print, £19.99 for 40cm x 40cm cover, cushion pad £3.99

5. Next Cosy Cable Knit Cushion, £22 for 50 x 50cm

6. Margo Selby Brighton Cushion, £84  for 56cm x 56cm

7. Fenton Keep Cushion, from £44 for 43cm x 43cm

8. Conran Knotted Jersey Cushion, £45 for 50cm x 50cm

9. The Graduate Collection Lisa Bliss Stag Cushion, £45 for 43 x 43cm

10. Sass & Bell Alphie the Fox Cushion, £16.26 H36cm x L28cm

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