House Of Fraser Cushion Competition

House Of Fraser Cushion Competition

It’s summer and what better way to celebrate than by brightening up your house. A quick and easy way to do this is by adding cushions. We love a good cushion on absolutely everything (it must be a woman thing)!

House Of Fraser currently have an amazing selection of cushions which are guaranteed to brighten up any room. There is pretty much something for everyone. You can check out their enormous range here.

We’re currently in love with the Roald Dahl range and this beautiful Matilda cushion. It looks great on my sofa and the kids love it. It’s the only thing in my house that they treat with care! I loved Roald Dahl books as a child and this gorgeous cushion brings back very happy memories.

We’ve teamed up with the lovely people at House of Fraser to give away another beautiful Matilda cushion from their Roald Dahl range. This beautiful pink book cushion will look fab in any little girls bedroom or, if you’re like me and you’ve never grown up, in your living room!

Enter our competition below to win. Please note that this competition is only open to residents of the UK and Ireland.

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18 thoughts on “House Of Fraser Cushion Competition

  1. I love buying big bags of tealights – all you need to do is fill a nice glass bowl with water and set the tealights on the top, perfect for a lovely summer’s evening. Plus for a bit of colour grab a handful of flowers from your garden and put some in every room. A cheap picnic rug can also make a nice shabby chic brightly coloured throw and cover up a multitude of sins on a playroom settee.

  2. I change duvet covers – we have darker, warmer duvet covers during the Autumn and Winter, and lighter duvet covers during theSummer. I sometimes change the curtians, throws and throw cushions too!

  3. I like to have a neutral room that I can warm up in the Winter with deep wines, browns, oranges and such and then in the Summer I change up to pastels or bright bold colors for the cushions, curtains, throws and it makes the rooms always feel fresh

  4. I change the duvet covers and curtains to warmer colours for the winter and bring in throws to brighten the room.

  5. Throws and cushions! Lighter textures and brighter colours for spring/summer, and heavier, darker colours for Autumn/Winter. I have a deep wine-red luxury fur throw that makes the sofa so much more snuggly and glam for Christmas!
    A simple jug of fresh flowers can make all the difference, and can be picked up really cheaply (or even better-grown yourself!)

  6. Some bright bold paint. I just painted a feature wall in our downstairs toilet – bright turquoise. Looks great, and was cheap to do 🙂

  7. Throws, cushions particularly made from spare fabric patchwork and wild flowers (legally picked I might add) are a fantastic way of lifting the ambience and look of any room

  8. I grew annuals for cutting this year, so there are lots o vases of flowers. Four packs of seeds cost me £1, and I have clouds of larkspur beside me right no

  9. I change the duvet cover and they totally alter the lighting in the room, I also change the lamp shade every summer . Feels like a new room on a budgetx

  10. If you cannot afford to wallpaper a room try putting wallpaper at back of bookcases and shelving units etc to freshen it up and give the room a lift. You can often get odd rolls of wallpaper greatly reduced in price.

  11. Upcycle! Buy a little tub of paint (or better yet use any that you have our in the shed; white, colours, neutrals – anything) and give an old piece a fresh lick of paint! We recently went to the seaside and picked pebbles which we then painted and now display in a bowl as a decor piece. Literally cost nothing!
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  12. I’ve found picking some flowers from the garden or a few wildflowers (only non protected ones, only a few and careful not to pull up from the root so as not to deplete wild flowers) from when out walking and putting them I a vase brightens up any room.

  13. Flowers especially ones you have grown yourself can be an inexpensive way to brighten a room, otherwise we have seasonal textiles such as thin and light organza curtains that allow plenty of light in

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