The Comfortable DreamCore Cushion

Typical design dictates that when you focus on functionality, aesthetic appearance suffers. But, Homecrest Outdoor Living does not make typical designs. When it comes to outdoor furniture, we believe that functionality, comfort and beauty are all equally important. We bring all three to our products.

Nothing exemplifies this philosophy better than our DreamCore™ cushions. These cushions are made to look good, feel good and last through years of outdoor use. DreamCore cushions use a High Resilient foam to ensure longevity and appearance. Unlike conventional foam, our sumptuous DreamCore cushions have a high level of elasticity, which makes for a comfortable seating experience and consistent cushion shape.

BACK CUSHION
The back cushion is constructed with moisture-resistant ticking and is engineered to match the silhouette of the cushion, creating a tailored look. Individual channels hold the fill in place and create both comfort and support.

 

 

SEAT CUSHION
The seat cushion is constructed with High Resilient furniture-grade foam wrapped with a polyester fiber layer and moisture-resistant ticking that is glued, not sewn, to prevent moisture penetration.

 

 

SEAT DECK & GROMMET VENTING
The seat deck is constructed of 100% virgin vinyl strapping for enhanced comfort. Virgin vinyl straps do not contain clay fillers, which reduce strap memory. The underside of the seat cushion cover features grommet openings for breathability.

 

 

BACK ATTACHMENT
Homecrest Liberty and Havenhill seat and back cushions feature a Velcro back flap for security. Elements and Revive seat and back cushions feature a sewn seam to attach the cushions together, which eliminates the use of ties or tabs.

 

Many of our most elegant seating collections feature DreamCore cushions. Elements, Havenhill, Liberty and even our new Revive Collection make use of this cushion design.

Visit our website to learn more about our current collections or to find a dealer near you!

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