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scatter cushion

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Definition of scatter cushion in English:

noun

A small cushion designed to be placed randomly so as to create a casual effect and to be moved as required.
Example sentences
  • The beautiful three-seater Balinese wooden sofa decorated with bright pink and white scatter cushions was bought from a hotel on a recent trip.
  • In the sitting room, a classic 2001 look might be a plain cream leather or natural fabric sofa, brightened up by scatter cushions covered in an animal-print fabric or suede.
  • For a comfortable seat, add a series of scatter cushions to match the rest of the curtains and soft furnishings in the room.

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