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We make our high-quality indoor replacement cushions from polyurethane foam that is free from fire-retardant chemicals. Alternatively, we offer all-natural latex couch cushion foam made from rubber tree sap and other certified-organic materials. Just enter your dimensions or send us a pattern, and your replacement cushions will be shaped and sized exactly like the original cushions for a perfect fit. If needed, we can provide replacement couch cushion covers from leading manufacturers such as Sunbrella® and Robert Allen. Each replacement foam cushion is made to order following the specifications you provide. These new cushions are also a great choice if the factory cushion is too firm, too soft, of lower quality or has any other issue.
The process of ordering new furniture cushions is easy. Start by clicking on the cushion shape above—if you don’t see the shape you need, use “Pattern Shapes” to create your own. Then fill in the dimensions plus everything else we should know: the unit of measurement, whether it’s a seat or back cushion, and how many you need. Once we have the info, we’ll provide a quote for more than half a dozen foam types, including high-density upholstery, natural latex, and memory foam. Finally, choose the firmness, wrap, and any cover fabrics.
FoamOrder has the resources to help with your purchase, including a step-by-step guide of How to Measure for Foam Cushions. Have we mentioned all cushions are made in the U.S.? Use live chat or give us a call if you need assistance.
We offer two main types of foam for indoor couch and sofa cushions; our traditional polyurethane (free of harmful chemicals), and our organic latex foam. Starting with the traditional polyurethane, we recommend our Everflex foam for couch cushions that will be used most days, and our lower-cost Econoflex foam for occasional use couch cushions in guest rooms or seldom-used areas. Most customers will be happy with our medium-firm V44 Everflex foam for couch cushions between 4 and 6 inches. If your couch cushion is thinner, you might consider firmer V54, and if thicker than 6 inches we generally recommend our softer V34. For latex foam, we recommend medium N31 or medium-firm N36 for standard-thickness cushions. You can also select cushions using memory foam as a top layer above firmer polyurethane foam. Contact our customer service team for help with ordering.
We always recommend traditional dacron batting for couch and sofa cushions, usually with a book wrap. Batting gives an upholstered couch cushion that full, comfortable, rounded look. Without it your new custom cushions will show wrinkles in the fabric. If you need extra padding around your couch cushion, consider either a double-dacron book wrap, or wrap all sides, if needed. For our high-end organic latex cushions we recommend our organic cotton or organic wool batting with an organic cotton wrap to maintain the organic composition as well as to provide premium padding with your couch cushions. We guarantee you’ll feel the difference. If you really don’t want any batting, then order the foam slightly thicker (1/4" to 1/2") than the case to make sure it fills in as much as possible.
When ordering replacement couch or sofa cushions we recommend you keep the thickness of your cushions the same as the original so that you can use the same slipcovers that came with the couch. If you are ordering new couch or sofa cushions, they can be any thickness that will work within the design of the couch, usually between 4–6 inches. More than that is usually unnecessary, and thinner than 4" may lead to heavier users “bottoming out” and hitting the support materials below the cushions of the couch. The top of seat cushions should generally be between 18" and 20" when measuring from the floor. Any taller than this and some people won’t be able to rest their feet comfortably on the floor.