Deep seating cushions are usually defined as those with a greater than 24-inch depth. At FoamOrder we specialize in all cushion types, and can custom produce your deep seating cushions to any dimension, with any foam type, and a wide variety of batting and cover options. We offer over 30 different types of foam, including traditional polyurethane and high-resiliency (HR) foam, as well as ultra-comfortable organic latex foam and less expensive traditional foam options. We also offer a full range of custom batting and fabric cover options, including a wide range of durable Sunbrella® fabrics, cotton prints, and Robert Allen fabrics for indoor use. Our easy step-by-step ordering process will walk you through how to measure and order custom deep seating cushions that will meet exactly what you’re looking for. And, if you need additional help, our customer service experts are standing by to provide guidance.
Because deep seating cushions are deeper than traditional seat cushions, they often need to be just a bit firmer so you don’t sink back into the cushion and have difficulty getting/standing up. For deep seating cushions using our traditional polyurethane foam, we recommend starting with our medium Everflex™ V44 if your cushion is between 3 and 5 inches. If your deep seating cushion is thinner, you might consider firmer V54, and if thicker than 5–6 inches we recommend our softer V34. If you want luxurious, organic latex foam, we recommend medium N31 or medium-firm N36 for something firmer. For deep seating cushions, we do not recommend down or polyester envelopes, or memory foam as a top layer, as this will make it difficult to “get out” of the cushion. As always, contact our customer service team for help with ordering.
FoamOrder recommends dacron batting for all polyurethane seat cushions, traditionally with a book wrap. With deep seating cushions, a dacron bookwrap gives an upholstered deep seat cushion a full, comfortable, rounded look. Without dacron batting your cushions will likely show wrinkles in the fabric. We don’t generally recommend double-dacron with deep seating cushions as this provides too much “give” that might make it difficult to “get out” of deep seating cushions.