Where To Buy Replacement Sofa Cushions
Replacement couch cushions can transform your living experience by providing renewed comfort, the perfect style to fit your decor and lasting performance. With hundreds of fabrics and several fill types to choose from at Cushion Source, your new sofa cushions will be truly custom.
where to buy replacement sofa cushions
Your couch is a stylish investment in comfort, and you shouldn't have to throw out the entire furniture piece because your cushions have gone flat or because the fabric is no longer trendy. Instead, you can easily get custom-made replacement couch cushions to fit the furniture's frame. Cushion Source makes custom cushions for modern sofas that do not have an upholstered frame, but rather a wooden or metal frame, and even some leather frames. We offer seat and back cushion styles that will provide comfort for years to come, as well as matching ottoman and loveseat cushions.
Use our custom cut cushion service to order replacement seat and sofa cushions to breathe new life into your furniture. Simply select your shape and enter in the dimensions, foam type(s), and quantity, and our team of specialists will craft foam cushions tailor-made to your specifications.
With our selection of couch cushions replacements and custom cushions, find the perfect shape for your needs at an affordable price. When a sofa has old, flattened cushions, it can make the seating less supportive and comfortable. Most cushions tend to lose their appeal over time and become relatively thin. The best way to remedy this is with our couch cushion foam inserts. We have a wide selection of foam types and styles for you to choose from with our selection of affordable custom cushion options.
We make our high-quality indoor replacement cushions from polyurethane foam that is free from fire-retardant chemicals. Alternatively, we offer all-natural latex couch cushion foam made from rubber tree sap and other certified-organic materials. Just enter your dimensions or send us a pattern, and your replacement cushions will be shaped and sized exactly like the original cushions for a perfect fit. If needed, we can provide replacement couch cushion covers from leading manufacturers such as Sunbrella and Robert Allen. Each replacement foam cushion is made to order following the specifications you provide. These new cushions are also a great choice if the factory cushion is too firm, too soft, of lower quality or has any other issue.
We offer two main types of foam for indoor couch and sofa cushions; our traditional polyurethane (free of harmful chemicals), and our organic latex foam. Starting with the traditional polyurethane, we recommend our Everflex foam for couch cushions that will be used most days, and our lower-cost Econoflex foam for occasional use couch cushions in guest rooms or seldom-used areas. Most customers will be happy with our medium-firm V44 Everflex foam for couch cushions between 4 and 6 inches. If your couch cushion is thinner, you might consider firmer V54, and if thicker than 6 inches we generally recommend our softer V34. For latex foam, we recommend medium N31 or medium-firm N36 for standard-thickness cushions. You can also select cushions using memory foam as a top layer above firmer polyurethane foam. Contact our customer service team for help with ordering.
When it comes to the best foam for sofa cushions, High Resilience foam claims the title. It provides the most comfortable seat cushion and offers the highest longevity. Many different types of expensive furniture and yacht cushions often use this excellent quality foam. High Resilience foam is one of the heaviest foams on our list, at 3.0 lb. per cubic ft. The minimum qualifying weight to be classified as High Resilience is 2.5 lb. per cubic ft.
Memory foam is an excellent quality foam when it comes to mattresses. However, this does not necessarily translate well into sofa cushions. Granted, if you were to lay on your sofa with Memory foam cushions, it would be very comfortable. However, there are some problems. After you get up from lying or sitting on it, your sofa will be covered in wrinkles for several minutes. This is because Memory foam is slow to recover to its original height. There is also the price. Memory foam is more expensive than the other foam grades described so far. As such, furniture manufacturers do not use Memory foam in the production of seat cushions. Furniture cushions will only contain memory foam if they are custom built.
Summary: Latex foam at 5.6 lb. per cubic ft. is an excellent foam to use for sofa cushions. It will last over a decade and will provide extra bounce and air filtration. However, it is more expensive than other foam options.
We hope you found this article helpful and now know what is the best foam for your sofa cushions. If so, you can order foam cushions cut to size for different kinds of furniture on our Seats and Cushions page.
The sofa you bought from RTG may have come in an industrial-grade High-Density foam that is used in most average furniture, with a longevity of 4 years. Most cushions become softer as the foam wears out and the HM Richards replacement is firmer than the original cushions for this reason.
Hi Lisa. Mayo uses a 2.0 lbs. high-density foam in their sofas. We also sell High-Density foam at 1.9 lbs density. If you are looking for a replacement, we would recommend upgrading to Lux foam, at 2.2 lbs. density, which would increase the quality.
Hi there: I just inherited a lovely Bernhardt sofa from a friend who rarely used it. But these sofa cushions sink immediately and are already compressed and I have only had the sofa a week! Are you familiar with what type of foam Bernhardt uses so that I can seriously upgrade it? I appreciate any assistance you can give!
Bought a couch from the Detroit sofa company. The seat cushions have some sort of a memory foam inside, I believe but the pillows at terrible. I appears to be something like a cotton inside and they never hold shape. Any suggestions on what type of foam to use to make this better?
Hi Lisa. Seat cushions for sofas are normally stuffed with foam and pillows are normally stuffed with polyester fiber or feathers. There are two types of foam that are normally used for bed pillows. Memory foam and Latex foam. Shredded foam can be used for throw pillows.
Went over the site and planning on ordering replacement foam for my 2 seat cushions. they measure at 34x25x5. I am debating on either full HR-firm or a split of HR-extrafirm and memory. cushions are not reversible. Any opinions?
1. We recommend High Resilience foam over Latex foam because it is cheaper while still an excellent quality foam and is available in more firmnesses than Latex foam. Latex foam is very expensive considering how many cushions you have that require a foam replacement. Additionally, Latex foam is very heavy and can be hard to pick up and maneuver.
Hi, I want to replace the foam in the seat cushions for my George Smith sofa. There is a down envelope with an inner foam core on the seat cushions. What foam density and firmness would you suggest that is close to the original foam used and will still have that cushy down feel?
Hi I have a pottery barn leather 3-cushion-seat sofa and the seats are now too soft for my husband when he lays down on the sofa. He weighs around 175 pounds and has a bad back and wants the sofa to feel quite firm. Sometimes the 40-50 pound dog joins him on the sofa ? The sofa is around 15 years old but otherwise in great shape and we do love it so I am hoping to get the correct foam as a DIY project to fix the cushions. The sofa has seen little use in recent years but the cushions feel too soft and worn out. We need 23x23x5 and I am wondering what foam you recommend for FIRM. I can cut it smaller if we can get a roll Eg 24 inches wide and 5 inches thick. Thank you very much for your help, I appreciate it.
Hi Laura! The Klaussner sofa seat cushions are more than likely manufactured with a medium-quality industrial-grade High-Density type foam. The replacement will be an upgrade to a good quality Lux type foam in medium-firm for the seating. The back cushions will also be upgraded by switching out the Polyester fiber batting and replacing it with a medium-soft High-Density type foam.
I have a three cushion Selig sofa and the seat cushions have gotten to the uncomfortable stage. No support which causes my back to hurt and make it difficult to arise from . Please advise the type of cushions I can order. The seat covers are removable and the upholstery is in good shape so it only the inside which needs replacing. Any help you can give would be appreciated.
Hi Kelly. Because the Lee Industries sofa is manufactured in High Resilience type foam with 30% Soy product, it lessens the quality of the High Resilience foam. Therefore, as you mentioned, the cushions began to sag after a few years. The replacement for the seat cushions should be 100% High Resilience type foam in the firmness medium or medium-firm. Because the seat cushion foam is inserted into the down ticking cases, they should not require Dacron.
The Polyester fiber-filled back cushions will lose their support and not hold their shape over time, making the covers look loose and sloppy. To improve this, the foam type recommended is of lesser quality than the High Resilience foam, known as High Density, because the back cushions do not take as much pressure as the seat cushions and will last longer for that reason. We would recommend this foam type in the firmness soft. The back cushions will require Dacron wrap to make them puffy looking, similar to the original look of the sofa when it was new. The thickness of the Dacron should be 1 inch.
Hi Rick. Unfortunately, there will not be enough room between the buttons to be capable of stuffing any foam, even shredded foam, into the covers. We would suggest bringing the cushions to a local upholstery shop, where the upholsterer should be able to cut the strings holding the buttons. At that point, the upholsterer should have the capability of replacing the cotton batting with foam padding, including some Dacron to give the cushion a slightly puffy look. We would recommend the foam type High Resilience in a firmness of firm because the foam is only 3 inches in thickness. The upholsterer should be able to re-thread the buttons and put them back into place using a button needle and tying button slip knots. 041b061a72