The design of designer cushion prints is still in the early stages of development.
The Australian government is investing $1.5 million to support the creation of more than 1,000 prints of the designs.
The cushions are being developed by the Australian Design Centre and the Design Council of Australia.
In the future, the designs will be produced in a range of materials, including wood, fibreglass and fabric.
In a bid to make the design affordable and easy to produce, the cushions will be manufactured at a state-owned facility.
The design centres are a part of a $50 million Australian innovation fund that will fund the creation and development of the first 100 designs by 2020.
While cushions have been around for a long time, there has been a huge surge in popularity over the last decade.
The number of cushions in use has risen from a few hundred in the late 1990s to about 2,000 in 2013.
“This is a big leap forward in terms of design and technology, particularly in terms with the use of materials and technology,” Dr Gillian Leech, chief executive of the Australian Innovation Centre, said.
It is also a huge step forward for the technology behind the cushion.
The designs are being created by a team of more to 25 people, including designers from the Department of Primary Industries, the Department for the Environment and the Australian Council of Designers.
Cushion manufacturing is one of the fastest-growing industries in Australia.
With cushions now being used by more people than any other type of material, the Australian Government is investing in a wide range of cushion manufacturing capabilities.
In the future the designs could be manufactured in a variety of materials including wood and fibreglass, which will allow for more affordable and easier-to-produce designs.