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Fashion Essay

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The living room is a general room in a house that is meant for relaxing as well as socializing. It’s also known as a sitting room. The designs picked out for a living room speak of one’s personality. The design for a living room may be mixed and matched to give the living room a functional and fashionable style. The living room furniture choice will depend to one’s own ...view middle of the document...

Most cushions are filled with foam or some poly material thus depending on how much comfort one is looking for. Cushions are used for kneeling upon, for sitting, to soften hardness or angularity of a chair or a couch thus making resting more soothing.
Cushion Types
Cushions were quickly seen as a way to add comfort for long hours of sitting. So as years went by more pillow types were made. These are;
* Chair cushions, a separate cushion placed on a chair to add comfort and style.
* Bench cushions, a type of cushion that’s used to provide comfort and style to an indoor or outdoor seating bench.
* Chaise cushion, are comfortable outdoor cushions and very popular.
* Floor pillows, are large shaped pillows in any one design one wants to design for lounging on the floor with while watching TV, napping, or just when relaxing with a book. They provide hours of comfortable relaxation and provide additional seating and relaxation space when one has friends or family visiting.

1. Map of Africa.

2. Floor cushions.

3. Piping.

4. Pompoms.

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