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Outdoor Styling with COAST NZ Cushions


Earlier this week I introduced you to the COAST NZ Indoor/Outdoor Cushions, with some living room styling. For our outdoor deck, which I'm excited to share with you today, I took the same approach, looking through the extensive range of fabric swatches and choosing a few different options. Such a fun process, here's a look at how it turned out. 

If you followed last year's deck update series, you'll know that we installed some custom-made seating by Outdure. The design lends itself perfectly to the COAST cushions, which come in three different sizes. I layered the 50x50 and 60x40 sizes on the seating, with a few extras thrown on deck floor, including the larger 60x60 size. Made from Sunbrella brand fabrics, which have an unmatched international reputation for quality, durability and style, the cushions are designed for New Zealand's harsh sunlight and are guaranteed against fading and deterioration for five years, whether inside or out.

I chose the same Upholstery-Grade Sunbrella Fabric as I did for the living room, which has a lovely, soft finish. Ideal for both indoor and outdoor areas, I love that you can move them around to suit, especially when entertaining.

I decided to start with a dark fabric, which I knew would tie in nicely with the deck railing and the exterior of our home, and then layered in a couple of neutral hues. With so many colours to choose from I wanted to experiment with something different, so I took cues from the artwork in our dining area and chose a soft pink. Providing a nice sense of cohesiveness between indoors and out, I love how it has all come together. Roll on summer!  

COAST Cushions in Sailcloth in Shade (50 x 50 & 60 x 60), Chartres in Heather (50 x 50), Cast in Pumice (50 x 50) and Cast in Petal (60 x 40)

The COAST indoor/outdoor cushions can be ordered online, or at the showroom, and are made here in NZ. Worldwide shipping is also available.

Styling and photography by Michelle Halford for TDC
(With thanks to Kings Plant Barn)

This is a sponsored post. I only work with products I love and all opinions are my own. For more information please visit my About Page.

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