Handmade Soft Furnishings from Selby Soft Furnishings UK

Our soft furnishing range is entirely unique to Selby Soft Furnishings and all feature our very own exclusive designer label.

 

Each item is expertly designed for maximum aesthetics and handmade in the UK at our very own workshop. All of our soft furnishings are made to the highest of standards and are sewn using industrial sewing machines from top quality upholstery and curtain fabrics.

 

All of our scatter cushion covers are designed so that they feature the most appealing pattern design on both the front and back of the cover. This means our cushion covers are fully reversible and feature consistent design to that of the photographs.

 

Our bean bag cubes and bean bag footstools are again, designed for maximum appeal and durability. Each is made from specially selected durable upholstery fabric. All are correctly double zipped to ensure the beans stay within pouffe or cube and are available filled and unfilled. Just like scatter cushions, these light weight and highly functional soft furnishings can really boost the appearance of a room.

 

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Very eye catching black and silver abstract design. The black chenille is raised, on a silver satin ..
£27.50
Striking abstract design with a satin silver with contrasting black and grey diamonds.   ..
£24.50
Striking abstract design with a satin silver with contrasting grey diamonds.   ..
£24.50
Available to purchase as the cover only or pre-filled. Please change the Filling Option above to Pre..
£25.00
Available to purchase as the cover only or pre-filled. Please change the Filling Option above to Pre..
£25.00
Available to purchase as the cover only or pre-filled. Please change the Filling Option above to Pre..
£60.00
Available to purchase as the cover only or pre-filled. Please change the Filling Option above to Pre..
£25.00
Round, pumpkin style design pouffe, ideal as a footrest or chid's seat. Natural grain in two-ton..
£50.00
The floral design is a raised plush chenille in burgundy, on a woven silver and burgundy backing. Ve..
£21.50
Round, pumpkin style design pouffe, ideal as a footrest or chid's seat. Mottled grain buffed fau..
£50.00
Round, pumpkin style design pouffe, ideal as a footrest or chid's seat. Dark brown grain finish ..
£50.00
Round, pumpkin style design pouffe, ideal as a footrest or chid's seat. Natural grain in this da..
£50.00
Subtle paisley design in two tone beige. Very clean and fresh looking cushion cover.   ..
£21.50
Floral design with a very sharp retro design on a plum background. The floral display is in white an..
£12.50
The background is a pale turquoise and onto this is an embroidered abstract design with a burst of c..
£12.50
Round, pumpkin style design pouffe, ideal as a footrest or chid's seat. Natural grain buffed fin..
£50.00
Available to purchase as the cover only or pre-filled. Please change the Filling Option above to Pre..
£60.00
Children's aquatic theme featuring fish, turtles and a submarine. Colours are royal blue, yellow..
£12.50
Available to purchase as the cover only or pre-filled. Please change the Filling Option above to Pre..
£25.00
Round, pumpkin style design pouffe, ideal as a footrest or chid's seat. Navy blue chenille fabri..
£45.00
Plain pale lemon background with a floral display in blue, purple and white. The flowing stalks and ..
£12.50
New Wave by Nigel Thompson for Nouveau Fabrics Ltd. UK, England. Made from quality 100% homespun cot..
£12.50
The floral design to the front of the cushion is raised in a dark edge with blue. The reverse of the..
£12.50
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