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Scandi Cushions

embrace nordic simplicity with our streamlined scandi cushions.

With roots in the modernist movement of the 1950s, scandi interiors are all about simple, cosy designs that sit somewhere between minimalist and warming mid-century styles. From fuzzy bouclé cushions to clean geometric line patterns, our sleek selection of scandi cushions celebrates functionality and distinct textures in a soothing pallet of organic neutrals. Shop the collection.

Whether you’re craving a spot of earthy colour to warm up your neutral bedroom, a neat geometric pattern to tie your busy living room together or the textural depth of cosy knits and bouclé – you’ll find the perfect understated solution with our scandi cushions. Choose from our durable polyester or plush duck feather fillings, or purchase your scandi cushion covers separately and fill yourself.

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If you’re a connoisseur of cosiness, appreciate quality craftmanship and – above all – love to keep things clean and simple, our scandi cushions collection might just be your latest obsession. It’s stuffed full of muted signature designs and soft, sensuous textures – guaranteed to bring a healthy dose of style and comfort to any interior. 

If you’re on the hunt for new cushions but aren’t sure where to start, our Inspiration Blog is a treasure trove of useful guides and style tips. We’ve got a detailed walkthrough of how to pick the right size cushion covers, as well as a full buying guide for cushion fillings.

what is scandi decor?

Scandinavian or ‘scandi’ interior design has been adorning Nordic homes since the 1920s, but became a worldwide phenomenon once the look gained steam across the Atlantic in the 1950s. It’s often confused with relaxed styles like minimalism and mid-century, and shares a lot of their characteristics while bringing its own unique scandi twist.

Scandi design is all about simplicity, functionality, bright neutral colours and uncluttered spaces. A good key to understanding the style is imagining how you would design your home if you were living in a Scandinavian country. With a generally cold climate and short wintery days, the focus in Nordic homes is on making things feel warm and cosy, while preserving and maximising any natural light.

Other characteristics of the style include clean line patterns, and a focus on organic materials and handmade (or handmade-looking) designs. Think minimalist geometric cushions, icy white wallpaper, woven throws and raw wood furniture.

how to style scandi cushions.

Settled on scandi style cushions but not sure how to make them work in your home? Lucky for you, we’ve done our homework. Whether you want to shower your space in a hot spring of scandi home furnishings, or you’re just looking for a few nuggets of Nordic style – we’ve got just the style advice to help nail the look you’re after.

For a full-scale scandi vibe that’ll have your space feeling like a geyser-side getaway, try framing your space with cooling white or bright beige wallpaper. Think about the amount of natural light coming in, and accentuate it in any way you can. If you’re working with a dusky north-facing living room, for example, brighten it up with a barrage of cream and off-white tones. Introducing an organic table lamp or floor lamp works brilliantly if things still feel a bit gloomy, and you’ll end up with a perfectly cosy scandi glow.

A more subtle approach to capturing the aesthetic is through experimenting with textures. As scandi design is usually pretty stripped back in terms of colour, bringing in a healthy mix of textures is a great way to keep things fresh and interesting. Choose from bear-hug-worthy bouclé, breezy crinkle cotton and tastefully tasseled or tufted cushion options. Layer a few different options on your bed or sofa with a chunky knitted throw, and round off the look with a simple wooden side table.