NEW YORK (AP) Some cushions can be a great way to stretch your budget and get a little more style out of your home.
But others, like the quirky, eclectic cushion that looks like it’s from an old-school sitcom, can be too expensive.
The answer to that question might be a new brand called VintageCushion.
The brand, created by a pair of women from Brooklyn, New York, and launched in the spring, is based in New York City but operates in nearly all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
It’s based in Brooklyn but has offices in Atlanta, Portland, Utah and Denver, Colorado.
It’s one of several brands launching this fall to try to lure a new group of consumers who aren’t necessarily into vintage, designer cushions.
The brand is offering two styles: a classic, faux-woodie look and a funky, soft-touch cushion that’s made of natural, organic, cushiony fabric.
It features embroidered logos and patterns on the front and back, along with an embroidered text that says “Made in New Jersey.”
The brand’s website says its cushions are handmade using a process called “microfiber rolling.”
It’s not just for vintage lovers, however.
It says they’re great for anyone looking for a more comfortable fit and a softer feel, too.
The company says it has sold about 10,000 of the cushions and says its goal is to sell 5,000 to 10, 000 in the next three years.
For a cushion to be unique, it has to be handmade by a person who has the expertise and passion to make the product.
VintageCushions uses the word “faux” in reference to its fabric.
The company says its “real” cushions feature natural fibers, but it also uses a “fancy” blend of natural and synthetic fibers to create the look of the faux-woods.
Violet Hill, a creative director at VintageCouch, says the word faux comes from the word ‘faux.’
It’s also a reference to the French word ‘neuf.”
Neuf’ is the opposite of ‘fancy,’ Hill said.
It means a softer, softer and softer feeling.
The term ‘futuristic’ refers to the way modern designs look.
Hill also said that she’s used the word designer to describe the products on her website.
The first thing that comes to mind when you look at these cushions is ‘what if I could have this in my house?’
Hill said she wants to create a collection of cushions that appeal to the modern woman.
Virtually every style is unique and has its own personality, Hill said, adding that the company has been selling cushions for about a year now.
VintageCuff doesn’t have a timeline for when it plans to release new cushions in the fall, but Hill said they have designs that they think will appeal to a wide range of consumers.
The most popular vintage-inspired cushions currently available include the original Cuff from J.
Crew, which is available in five different colors and styles, as well as the Cuff in the Modern, which comes in four different shades and styles.
Hill said that the brand’s other new brand, the Urban Cushion, is inspired by the 1960s and 1970s style, which was popular during the 1960’s.
The Urban Cuff, she said, is made of 100% cotton cushions with an organic cotton base.
The Urban Cuffle’s label is also a great guide to buying vintage, Hill says, noting that you can also find cushions from other vintage brands.