Written by KC Ennis
BUILDING A CUSTOM CUSHION
Our custom cushion interface gives you the opportunity to build up to three layers of your chosen foam, whether it be from the high quality Qualux series, the simple space-filling R series, memory foam, or the comfort and durability of latex. For reversible cushions, simply match the height of the 1st and 3rd foam layers.
All of our custom cushion can be priced, built and ordered online! Many of our custom cushion have the option of being built with dacron or organic cotton covers, please call 800-255-0181 for more information.
PLEASE CHOOSE FROM THE FOLLOWING FOAM PRODUCTS:
One of the more impressive everyday uses of polyurethane foam is in couch and seat cushions because of its comfort and lifespan. Today's polyurethane foam will retain its form and cushiness, likely outlasting the life of your couch, chair or mattress!
Polyurethane foam is available in varying firmnesses and qualities, ranging from the premium Qualux Series (also called "Q" Foam) to the economy (also called "R" foam).
Memory foam is considered medium in firmness and responds to your body's pressure and temperature. It conforms to the curves of the body, offering support without discernable pressure on bones and joints. Because of this lack of pressure, improved comfort and circulation is a noticible effect of quality memory foam.
There are several makers of memory foam internationally, but the Foamsource uses only the highest quality materials. Memory Foam is available in varying densities from a comforting 3lb to a premium 5lb.
TALALAY LATEX FOAM
For customers unfamiliar with latex, it is important to contrast that Memory Foam feels more molded. Latex tends to bounce back when touched, whereas Memory Foam will offer the sensation that your body is being conformed to. Both types of foam will reduce pressure points.
The amazing properties of talalay latex foam provide unmatached comfort and durability and are available as blended or 100% natural latex. Natural latex, also known as latex rubber, is a sustainable natural resource from the rain forests of Sri Lanka. It is derived from rubber trees, and provides a number of impressive health benefits including an impressive resistance to allergens.