Keeping Your Cushions in Place
Ties, straps, tabs, and velcro.
If you need something to keep your cushion in place with have a variety of options.
See below for more info and pictures of each option.
If you need any more info or want to discuss what option might work best for your cushions, please do get in touch.
Cotton Tape Ties
Made with cotton herringbone tape, usually 2 - 2.5cm wide, this option ties up nicely into bows for a traditional country kitchen chair look.
These are the cheapest option we offer for ties on cushions.
We have a selection of colours to get the closest match to your fabric choice.
Same Fabric Ties
A slightly more sturdy tie option. These are made up in the same fabric as the cushion covers themselves.
A step up price wise from the cotton tape ties, but are a guaranteed colour match.
A non-slip material that sits between the cushion and the surface it's placed on to stop the cushion from slipping about. Cut to size for your cushion.
With 5cm wide velcro they can go underneath the bench and keep them secure.
The little sister to the velcro strap, these are a nice neat way to keep chair cushions in place. Usually about 2-2.5cm wide and as long as is needed to wrap around the struts of your chairs.
These will be stitched to the underside of your cushion, with the matching piece of velcro supplied for you to attach to your seating area.