What we repair
Cushion Filling & Interior Replacement
No matter the filling - we source, replace and fit cushion interiors to give you the best support
How to reduce cushion flattening - tips from the experts
Tips to reduce cushion flattening
Due to the way we sit on our sofas and cushions, it's common that one area or side of each individual seat cushion gets more use than others. Where possible turn your seat cushions regularly to ensure even use. If you can't turn the cushion itself you can try turning the interior instead.
We all have a favourite spot on the sofa, but you don’t need to start sitting elsewhere. A good idea is to swap reversible cushions to ensure the whole sofa is being used evenly to prevent excessive wear to one cushion.
Loose cushion covers should be re-dressed occasionally, by removing the padding and then realigning the seat and seam edges. This helps prevent the covers from going out of line.
Plump your cushions properly. Take the seat or back cushion off your sofa and place it onto its narrow side. Firmly hit the edges inwards. This should restore air between the fibres or feathers, preventing them from matting together. Give it a good shake before replacing. Foam interiors don't need to be plumped.