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DenverCO 80223
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Behind the Scenes of Cushion Refilling

Behind the Scenes of Cushion Refilling

Have you ever wondered what happens when your furniture needs a quick refill to make the cushions plush and plump again? Today, we're going to go behind the scenes and give you a step-by-step tour of how this fascinating process works. If you have a couch or chair that is super comfortable and matches your home perfectly, it may seem crazy to go out and purchase another item. Fortunately, professionals can refill your cushions to better than factory standards! Keep reading to see how they're able to perform these little miracles

Finding the Right Solution

Refilling your cushions may seem straightforward, but it's not as simple as you might think. There are many different grades of materials, and if you're not using the right material for your instance, then your cushions will return to their flat state. Upholstery professionals understand the types of fill materials and how they can be effectively used and can make recommendations for your next cushion refilling project. 

Filling to Perfection

Cushions truly can make or break your upholstery project, so it's important to consider your personal preference when designing cushion refills. There are a variety of foam densities, all of which cause your cushions to be either soft and cushy or more firm and springy to the touch. Firmness and density are two independent attributes of foam that are important to keep in mind when determining how to refill your cushions. Once the foam is selected, it's time to start looking for softer "topper" that wraps around the foam core and adds some softness that your body will certainly appreciate!

Cushions truly can make or break your upholstery project, so it's important to consider your personal preference when designing cushion refills. There are a variety of foam densities, all of which cause your cushions to be either soft and cushy or more firm and springy to the touch.

Battening Down the Hatches

Polyester batting is a super-soft top layer that is often added to foam cushions that helps protect the foam from early wear and long-term tear as a result of movement and shifting. Fabric can slip around, which wears away at the form and will eventually cause either the foam or the fabric to break down. Batting is the protective layer that also offers a little loft to the cushion and can help fill out the fabric so it doesn't slide around. 

So, there you have it! While there are multiple steps involved in refilling a cushion, it's great to know that pros understand all the different ways that these materials work together to form a comfortable base for your fanny. Do you need a cushion refilled or a furniture refresh? Contact the design professionals at CushionWorld today — your one-stop shop for window seat cushions, repairing and recovering of chairs and cushion refills. Call today at 303-806-0130 or you can simply stop in the store between the hours of 10-5 Monday through Saturday.