Juxtaposition is one of the keys to a home that looks both sophisticated and lived-in. Here, they've paired clean lines and polished materials against the softness and texture of that souk wool rug, the round ottoman used as a handy side table, and a sofa with cool curved edges.
Kids' rooms are the perfect space to use soft furniture items. This giant floor cushion makes a great play mat and nap mat.
Scandinavian design at its best! The muted colour palette feels refined and 'grown up', but the whole look is kept relaxed with soft furniture - in this case, the bean bag chair in a complementary shade to the sofa, and that soft butterfly chair.
Another room that could have been considered cold and a little austere without the addition of some soft furnishings. The ottoman, used here as a low chair, looks gorgeous with its (faux) fur throw, and the mis-matched cushions add a sense of playfulness and personality.
The best reading corner is a moveable one! Able to soak in streams of sunlight, wherever it is in the house at the time. Style a stack of your fave magazines/coffee table books on the cushion; this is a cool way to display books when not in use.
This texture-rich bohemian space somehow manages to strike a stylish balance of being both clean and simple, yet layered and interesting. Because most furniture items in our homes are very linear, with square corners, the inclusion of a circular form can really soften a room, and provide a cute pop of contrast.
Create a darling little day bed using floor cushions. Keeping all the colours muted and matching ensures that while the 'furniture' is casual, the overall look is still quite elegant.
A selection from our catalogue of our soft, stylish furniture - shop here