Box Back Cushion
Back Cushions
Back Cushion selection corresponds to your Seat Cushion selection:

Barrymore Signature and Premium Seating
Each back cushion is double channeled and filled with precisely weighed, highest quality, hand-folded, high-loft polyester fibre.

Barrymore Firm Seating
Each back cushion contains more high-loft polyester fibre.

Barrymore Feathers Deluxe
Back cushions are filled with a precisely blended mix of waterfowl feathers and polyester clusters encased in down proof ticking.


Choose from four styles of back cushions:

Box Back Cushions add a square tailored look that works well with clean, contemporary lines or with formal, traditional styling.

Envelope Back Cushions complement relaxed, contemporary styles. All back cushion styles are available on pieces that have loose back cushions.

Knife Edge Back Cushions coordinate well with contemporary or traditional rooms and have a soft, comfortable appearance.

Button Back Cushions Buttons are applied to back cushions, tight back pieces or toss pillows (with loose back cushions, a button actually means two buttons, one on each side of the pillow).

Please note: All Barrymore Loose Back Cushions have zippers for easy removal, rotation and maintenance. This is a more comfortable alternative for people who like to lounge on their sofas.


Also Available:

Tight back A tight back sofa has tightly upholstered fabric going straight across the back for a more tailored look. The up side to a tight back sofa is less maintenance as you don’t have to fluff back cushions. It is not quite as comfortable for lounging. You can add throw pillows to make it a bit more cozy.

Tufted back This sofa back has deep folds and tufts on a grid, adding depth and a tailored look. Attached Buttons are optional.

Traditional Tufted back Diamond shaped tufts are created by passing a thread through upholstery fabric at regular intervals. These are often ornamented with buttons.

Modern Tufted back In this style, tufting forms a square pattern, which requires folding the fabric in perpendicular lines before the tufting process. This style was made popular in mid century design as an alternative to the traditional diamond tufting.


Button Tufted back In this style, tufting forms a square pattern, which requires folding the fabric in perpendicular lines before the tufting process. This style was made popular in mid century design as an alternative to the traditional diamond tufting.

Blind Tufted back Characterized by the lack of buttons, blind tufting is achieved simply by securing the pulled twine with a knot in the back, creating a modernized ‘invisible’ tuft.

Channel back This sofa has a back that is upholstered in vertical rows.